Ultra-Durable Showroom Floor Coatings for Facilities in Southern Illinois
The purpose of your showroom is to show your potential customers what your company has to offer. So, in addition to presenting products that they will find appealing, you want your showroom itself to be a space that helps you put your best foot forward.
Smart Concrete Coatings’ showroom floor coatings can help you significantly in this regard. Our concrete coatings look amazing and can be fully customized to bring your vision for your space to life. Additionally, they resist damage caused by abrasion, chemicals, and other hazards, ensuring that your showroom floor will retain its gorgeous appearance through the years with little to no maintenance required.
Which of Our Showroom Floor Coatings Do You Want for Your Space?
As a concrete coating company that aims to serve all preferences and budgets, we offer two types of showroom floor coatings for you to choose from. Our polyurea chip system features a layer of vinyl flakes sealed between a polyurea topcoat and bottom coat. These chips give the flooring an attractive, unique appearance and can be custom-colored to create any look you want. The chips also create a slip-resistant texture that can help make your showroom a safer environment.
If you really want your showroom to stand out, consider opting for our metallic flooring system. This showroom floor coating has a 3D marbleized appearance and vibrant color that can deliver the wow factor you desire. To fully protect your space, you’ll likely also want to have our formcove system installed. This system will be mixed on site and applied by our certified installers to effectively keep water, bacteria, and grime out of the spaces where your showroom flooring meets the surrounding walls.
Let’s Create the Impressive Showroom that Your Business Deserves
Creating the perfect showroom begins with selecting the right showroom floor coating. Contact Smart Concrete Coatings to learn more about the high-performance options we offer for your facility in Illinois, Indiana, or Missouri.