Nashville TN Custom Floor Coatings Epoxy And Polyaspartic Services Launched

MetroEpoxy announces the launch of its epoxy and polyaspartic coatings for garage floors, restaurants and commercial kitchens, industrial and commercial buildings. This elegant and efficient flooring is cost-effective and safe for homes, offices, and showrooms.

Nashville, United States - February 13, 2020 /PressCable/ —

MetroEpoxy announces the launch of its epoxy floor coating for concrete and wooden floors. Epoxy floors can be applied to factory floors, commercial establishments, and residences.

For more information visit their website at

MetroEpoxy announces the launch of its epoxy floor coating for different kinds of base floors. The main benefit of this flooring is that unattractive and harsh concrete floors can be completely redone and made to look elegant and function better.

Epoxy coating can also be used to increase the lifespan of wooden floors that have a lot of traffic from children, pets, etc. MetroEpoxy also deals with polyaspartic concrete coating. This coating can be applied to interior and exterior concrete and protects from chemicals and road salts.

Epoxy and polyaspartic coating can be used to resurface or seal garage floors. Both coatings are mixed with a hardener and a resin. They are available in a variety of colors and finishes. There are basic single-color systems, decorative chips or quartz that look like granite, and decorative metallic systems that look like marble.

There are several benefits to changing from a wooden or concrete floor to epoxy or polyaspartic coated flooring by MetroEpoxy. Industrial or factory floors have heavy machinery that is on the move and a lot of foot traffic. Concrete floors in this space end up looking dull and dusty. Concrete is also slippery, retains moisture, and is highly porous.

Epoxy floor coatings are available in bright and pleasant shapes and designs. They are easy to clean, mitigate moisture and are slip-resistant. Polyaspartic coating is also called the ‘one day floor’. They cure very quickly and can be installed on one day and driven on the next.

Epoxy and polyaspartic coating are seamless and enable the smooth movement of vehicles, forklifts, heavy equipment, etc. Floor treatments provided by MetroEpoxy are also an efficient, cost-effective, and safe option for commercial, retail, and residential purposes.

In addition to Nashville, MetroEpoxy serves the areas of Davidson County, Brentwood, Forest Hills, Belle Meade, Oak Hill, Berry Hill, La Vergne, Hendersonville, Goodlettsville, Millersville

For more information visit their website given above or Call them on +1-615-447-8773.

Contact Info:
Name: William Smith
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Organization: MetroEpoxy
Address: 604 Gallatin Ave #218, Nashville, TN 37206, United States
Phone: +1-615-447-8773

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88946573

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