RUBBER FLOORING VERSUS EPOXY COATED FLOORS FOR COMMERCIAL FLOORING.
Rubber flooring has long been used in commercial settings such as retail, hospitals and kitchens. While rubber floors were innovative at the time, the new technology is epoxy coated floors. Unlikerubber flooring, our epoxy coating is specially formulated to withstand the weather conditions in the Great Lakes Region. While harsh temperature changes and other weather conditions will cause rubber flooring and other traditional materials to fail over time, normal wear and tear will also take their toll.
Rubber flooring is very expensive to install, then difficult to maintain. Acidic cleaners and solvents can cause damage to rubber floors. Rubber floors are also susceptible to scratching which creates an environment for bacterial growth and unsanitary conditions. Our epoxy floor systems are extremely scratch resistant and can be cleaned with a simple solution of water and vinegar.
If you are considering rubber flooring, you should contact us at Garage Floor Coating – The Great Lakes to learn more about the epoxy floor difference. View the chart below for an easy comparison of rubber floors and epoxy floor covering systems.
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