Why Choose Epoxy Flooring?
Unlike paint that eventually peels, epoxy bonds permanently with concrete and wood for a better seal. Air and water cannot get beneath the epoxy to undermine the adhesion and cause problems in the future. This permanent bond lasts longer so that you can get more years of service out of your floor coating.
Stain and Fade Resistant
Most substances are susceptible to sun damage, but epoxy can withstand UV damage. It’s not as likely to fade in the sunlight, so your floor will continue looking like new for years to come. The non-porous finish won’t absorb liquids, and that helps you avoid unsightly stains. If something spills on the floor, you just need to wipe it up and clean the area with a little water to keep it looking sharp.
When you bought your home, you probably weren’t given a choice about the color of your garage or basement floor. While you may be happy with the basic gray color of concrete, you certainly don’t have to settle for that. Epoxy coatings come in an incredible range of colors. Put a lovely tan in your workshop or use a deep green for the basement floor. Make your patio more welcoming by using a blue that matches the sky on a clear, summer day. You can also choose colors that look like granite or marble if you want a more upscale finish on walkways, your garage floor or even the foyer of your business.
With the waterproof finish, epoxy is very easy to care for. It won’t stain like concrete, peel like paint or fall apart the way some tiles will. Once the floor is swept, you just have to mop it with a damp sponge to pick up any residue. There’s no need to spend time scrubbing with degreasers or other concrete cleaners because the surface won’t absorb dirt and stains. Keeping your floor clean and attractive will be easier than ever before when you invest in a coating from TuBroz.
Virtually Odour Free
Epoxy has come a long way from the days of old. We use 100% solids, extremely low to zero V.O.C levels epoxy. You can be rest assured that anything we install in your home is safe for you and your family.