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Enhance The Value of Your Home With Epoxy Flooring

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Epoxy Flooring for Slip Resistance 

Textured epoxy floors can provide excellent slip resistance for your facility, but one size does not fit all. There are many factors to consider when choosing a floor for slip resistance. As well as for selecting the right texture for your floor. First, a reliable flooring manufacturer will have proper slip-resistance test results for their flooring product.

Factors like the daily volume and type of traffic your floors experience, expected contaminants, and maintenance procedures should be considered. Your flooring representative should further be able to help you determine the proper floor for your environment. 

Epoxy Flooring for Sanitary Environments 

The seamless nature of these floors makes it possible to wash away contaminants easily. Without leaving dust or bacteria to hide and grow. Since they are durable and impact-resistant, they continue to provide this benefit over time. This is because the floor does not crack, split, or break leaving openings where microbes will inevitably find a home.

Epoxy Flooring for Sustainability 

Unlike many other flooring products, epoxy floors become a part of your building’s structure. Therefore, they won’t end up in a landfill after their long life or after their replacement. Epoxy floors can also incorporate recycled materials and rapidly renewable components. Compared to other flooring options, epoxy flooring offers optimal sustainability.

Epoxy Flooring for Air Quality 

The more knowledge we have about products we use and their effects on human health. The more precautions we have taken to protect people.

Certain liquids and solids, such as cleaners and disinfectants, emit volatile organic compounds as gases when burned. In addition to paints and paint strippers, air fresheners, automotive products, and hobby supplies. In addition to pesticides, wood preservatives, adhesives, permanent markers, and many more. Concentrations of many VOCs are consistently as much as ten times higher indoors than outdoors.  

So, are epoxy floors safe when it comes to indoor air quality? The answer is, yes. When installed, epoxy floors may odor, but most are low-VOC products, with readings of less than 100 grams per liter.

Contact us today at 732-707-1395 or visit our services page for further information and epoxy flooring installation.