Hospitals and Clinics
Today’s Hospital and Clinic Floors must comply with many state and federal standards and regulations. Many decorative concrete floors have met and surpassed these demands. That’s why they have become one of the most popular choices for medical flooring.
Decorative concrete floors have many advantages over tile, wood, linoleum, and other treatments. Concrete floors are engineered to last longer while improve both sanitation and safety conditions.
Sanitary – Bacteria, mildew, and mold can collect and thrive in the small cracks and crevices in floors. New technology coatings like Polyureas are dense, seamless coatings. The hard, smooth surface are micro scratch resistent, so there is no place for bacteria to attach and grow. Floors can be cleaned with mild soap and water.
Safe – A Coefficient of Friction is engineered into polyurea floors so they have non-slip surfaces that exceed OSHA guidelines. Polished concrete is another economical and decorative option with non slip characteristics that is being used in many hospitals and medical facilities nationwide.
Easy to maintain – Many decorative concrete options produce smooth, dense floor surfaces resistant to chips and scratches. This makes floors resistant to bacteria buildup and are low maintenance.
Smart Environmental Choice – Polyurea hospital floors can be polished to a high gloss finish which naturally reflects light. This creates a bright, cheerful environment which optimizes natural light and can help reduce energy costs.
Attractive – A beautiful environment has a direct effect on the mood and outlook of both patients and staff. Decorative concrete is available in dozens of patterns and colors. Soft pastels can be used in pediatrics, patterns can be used in maternity, and sophisticated stains can enhance hallways and patients rooms.
- Epoxy and Polyurea Coatings
- Polished Concrete
- Self Leveling and Microtopping Overlays
Areas We Serve
We have been serving the Boston, Ma and Providence, RI areas for over 15 years. We have completed projects from New York City to Maine. Please give us a call and we’ll be happy to explore design options and various polished concrete floor choices.