Floor Covering wears out eventually and must be replaced. Solid wood floor covering gets scratched and stained and must be refinished or covered with a new floor covering. Sometimes a floor covering such as ceramic tile or stone becomes dated with cracks, chips, and discolored grout. New flooring makes a building look new again. One durable, long-lasting flooring choice is poured flooring. It can be installed over many sub-floors with the appropriate floor prep. Poured seamless floors can be used in many settings with great success.
Poured seamless flooring comes in several forms including epoxies, urethanes, Acrylics, self-leveling materials, and flexible materials. When installed by top-rated companies such as Hoffman Floor Covering Corporation, these floors are very durable and attractive. Homeowners and commercial building owners in the New York area can get attractive, seamless flooring for many applications including garages, warehouses, commercial kitchens, laboratories, showrooms, manufacturing buildings, retail shops, medical facilities, and pharmaceutical manufacturing areas. The beauty of poured flooring comes from the customer’s choice of decorative chips added to the base coat. Chips come in many colors, materials, and sizes. The installers can use chips to make simple or more elaborate designs in the floor. The customer chooses the thickness of the base coat and the density of the chip application. There are no seams to match or grout lines to contend with.
A seamless floor is as good as the installation by professional installers trained and approved as applicators by the major seamless flooring manufacturers. The sub-floor must be thoroughly cleaned and leveled. Then, the base coat of the chosen material is applied and leveled. Next, the chips are applied in the chosen pattern and density. The seal coat is added, dried, and polished. The finished floor is durable, seamless, level, and resistant to traffic. These nonporous floors are easy to clean and keep sanitary. Seamless Floor Covering for labs has the approval of government agencies including the USDA, FDA, EPA, US Dept of Health, and OSHA. Poured floors can go on the floor and part way up the wall to be even easier to keep clean and germ-free. For more information on seamless floors go to the website. Take a look at us to find out more about the services this prompt business offers to their customers. You can follow them on Google+ for more information.