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If your company is operating at an industrial level, then you need a building that's capable of meeting your needs. Just as importantly, though, you need quality flooring that can deal with whatever stresses you have.
One of the best ways to resolve the flooring issue is to apply an epoxy flooring layer above whatever else you have. With standard materials, the weight and stress of various items roaming around your floors (like forklifts and other heavy items) can wear the flooring down rather quickly and require constant repairs in order to meet industry standards for safety and cleanliness. Some types of epoxy, however, are very good at weight distribution and can last considerably longer than other floor types even when stressed regularly by movement on top of them. Other forms of epoxy have traits like resistance to slipping (particularly useful if liquids are a common sight and many workers travel on foot), brute strength and resistance to impacts, decoration, and even anti-static flooring for use with sensitive electronics.
The truth is, most industries can benefit somehow from epoxy floors instead of plain concrete, tile, or whatever other substance may have been used at that particular location. This isn't the only consideration that businesses need to keep in mind, though. After all, even the strongest flooring can be expected to wear away eventually, and this process is accelerated when the floor is constantly subject to stress. Worse, it does take time to install a floor, and that's time taken away from manufacturing and actually producing things.
That's the main reason why High Performance Systems works so hard to meet schedules and provide creative solutions for different industries. If you're considering installing or replacing an epoxy floor, then you deserve to know how the installation will affect your business and what your return on investment over time will be. This includes some estimates of how long it may be before the floor will need replacement again (probably quite a long time) and information on what type of flooring might be the most useful for your industry.
As noted above, there are a variety of types that epoxy flooring comes in, from floors that are focused on machines and materials to those with an emphasis on humans. Depending on the layout of your building, you may even want to have more than one type of epoxy flooring installed so that each part of your operations can have the best possible support, rather than going with a one-size-fits-all approach that may deliver a less than optimal result.
Not entirely sure what type of flooring you need or how much it will cost? Just give High Performance Systems a call or send us an e-mail explaining your issue. Our team of professional workers can examine your situation and give you some preliminary information to help you make your decision on whether or not an epoxy flooring will be the best value for your money. There's never been a better time to meet your industrial-strength flooring needs.