Epoxy Can Help to Reduce Your Flood Costs
Mold- and Bacteria-Resistant Floor SurfacingOne of the biggest issues for home or business owners returning to their property after a flood is dealing with the risk of mold or bacteria growing on previously flooded surfaces. It is virtually impossible to completely dry out most floor surfaces, leaving them vulnerable to later bacterial growth. Epoxy is designed to be both mold and bacteria resistant, complying with the guidelines laid down for floor surfacing in laboratories and other locations where hygiene is absolutely vital.
Epoxy is Attractive as Well as Practical
A growing number of people are turning to epoxy as their floor surfacing of choice where flooding is a possibility. Because epoxy can be dyed, as well as mixed with a selection of decorative agents to give a spectacular, attractive finish, it can be used in lounges and living areas, as well as in garages, utility rooms and similar. The epoxy can be gently curved up the walls, increasing the area of space that requires little more than a mop down to return it to its former glory following a flood.