No matter what kind of business space you want to cover with uncoated floorings, it will make your operations more efficient and economic. They can help you reduce your downtime and follow-up costs, as you will have less work around fixing them and maintaining them.
Uncoated floors can withstand a lot
In places like hospitals, warehouses, and office space, there are a lot of people coming and going on a daily basis. Additionally, there are many things being moved around as well as equipment that can damage the floor over time.
By putting in uncoated floors, you will make sure that there aren’t any tracks remaining from external effects. At the same time, it will be more difficult to damage the actual floor and it will last for a long time.
They look better
Uncoated floorings give a finished polish to a floor that is completely out of concrete. This will make it more pleasant to walk on and look at as well. Additionally, there are many different finish colors to choose from so no matter how your whole area looks, you can find a color that will be a perfect match.
They are water resistant, which means that they will reflect a lot of stains that would be clearly visible on concrete floors. This also makes it look new and fresh for a longer time and after each cleaning.
It’s easier to maintain them
Stains on plain concrete floors remain for a long time and can be difficult to remove, especially if one has been there for a while. You might go through a whole a lot of trouble to get rid of them. With uncoated flooring, this is not the issue as their non-porous nature allows you to clean the stains more easily.
Most of the stains on this kind of floor can be removed with warm water, some chemicals, and a simple rag. If it still won’t disappear, you’ll just need a bit of elbow grease and all possible spills or stains can be removed.