Often exposed to high foot traffic, commercial bathroom floors need to be twice as sturdy and functional as their residential counterparts. Thankfully, there are several materials that are up to this task.
Guardian Garage Floors, a trusted expert in bathroom and garage flooring, discusses some of the best materials that you can use for commercial bathroom floors.
Concrete is one of the most affordable options suited especially for first-story commercial bathrooms. Since concrete is typically used as a subfloor underneath surface coverings, it can be relatively inexpensive to spruce up with different kinds of stains, polishes, and other decorative treatments. Concrete bathroom floors are also easy to maintain, although they may need to be sealed regularly.
Slate and other natural stone products can elevate the look of commercial bathroom floors. With their dimensional texture, they can provide good traction even in a wet bathroom environment. Natural stone floors are quite strong, but keep in mind that they’re also porous — which means they may require chemical sealing once or twice a year.
Polyaspartic Floor Coatings
Polyaspartic floor coatings work great for garage floors and bathroom floors. They can offer many benefits such as increased durability and improved safety. This type of floor coatings can resist dents, cracks, scratches, fading and peeling. It can also protect bathroom floors against liquid penetration and reduce the likelihood of injuries.
Apart from these practical benefits, polyaspartic floor coatings can also add appeal to commercial bathrooms. They are available in a wide array of colors and textures, so you can customize your commercial bathroom flooring and ensure it fits the style of your building.
At Guardian Garage Floors, we always put customer satisfaction at the top of our priorities. Rest assured that we will deliver quality workmanship to give your home the best bathroom and garage floors. To request a free consultation, call our TN office at (678) 831-9972 or our GA office at (602) 932-2601. You can also fill out our contact form. We serve customers in Nashville, TN, and Rome, GA.