Nashville TN One-Day Epoxy Flooring & Polyaspartic Floor Coating Services Launch

Floor refinishing company MetroEpoxy launched its updated epoxy and polyaspartic one-day floor coating services for residential, commercial and industrial clients in Nashville, Tennessee.

Nashville, United States - September 11, 2019 /PressCable/ —

MetroEpoxy, a floor refinishing company based in Nashville, Tennessee, announced the launch of an updated range of epoxy flooring one-day floor coatings for resurfacing concrete floors in homes, commercial and industrial buildings. These new technology epoxy and polyaspartic coatings are high performance, low maintenance, affordable and available in many designer colors.

More information can be found at http://metroepoxy.com

For garage floor coatings, the team at MetroEpoxy just launched the best formulations of polyuria and epoxy floor coatings to make each client’s floor look great and last.

Over time, moisture, oil, and the elements conspire to destroy concrete, causing cracks and pitting and generally making a mess of one’s garage floor.

The new one-day floor coating services by MetroEpoxy turn stained, marked, cracked concrete into a surface that owners can be proud of, all while adding durability and long-term protection.

One-day floor coatings provide more strength and durability to increase resistance to scratching, denting, and other common types of garage floor damage. Such coatings can be used in an industrial, commercial or residential setting.

In addition, the one-day epoxy floor coating system allows for minimal downtime for the client’s business or garage. With this new system, clients are able to walk on the floors just 24 hours later.

The team’s years of industry experience have given them all the necessary skills and knowledge to make informed decisions about what garage floor resurfacing materials and garage floor finishes to use. They specialize in epoxy and polyaspartic floors, and a variety of other concrete services.

With the latest update, MetroEpoxy is dedicated to providing the very best quality products and service in the industry.

A spokesperson for the company said: “For a completely effective surface prep and installation, Metro Epoxy pros are your resource. Our quality coatings and long-lasting durability are unmatched by traditional floor paints and coverings. With affordable flooring solutions and premium quality epoxies, we’re the best choice for every aspect of the process from design to final installation.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website.

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
Website: http://metroepoxy.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88917651

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