Specialists in floor safety

Our Work

All of our products are manufactured in the United States and developed by top chemists in their fields.

Types of Floors, Tiles and Surfaces

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Resilient Floors

Resilient flooring is flexible pliant material most commonly sold in tile form. It is important to note that resilient flooring has low slip resistance when wet. Vinyl, VCT, and linoleum are just a few examples of resilient flooring. Always use wet floor signs in public areas if the floors are wet.
We are proud to introduce our exclusive coating for Resilient Floors. This easy to apply coating will increase traction for years to come, leaving behind a high gloss look. It is a waterbase sealer with zero VOC's and fumes.

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Tile Surfaces

A tile is a artificial piece of hard-wearing material such as ceramic, stone, glass or metal. The two main categories of tiles are glazed and unglazed. Glazed tiles are usually the more popular choice in wall and floor tiles today compared to unglazed tiles. Due to their low absorption rate, glazed tiles are commonly used in bathrooms and for outdoor flooring. These glazes have the ability to give the tile a decorative color or texture and create flooring that is more durable. This Glazing gives the tiles increased protection against scratches, stains and fading due to the sunlight. Unfortunately it can also leave your floors very slippery when wet. Our easy 3 step process will increase traction on these floors to reduce risk of slips.

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Outdoor Tile

There are a variety of floor tiles available for outdoor use, including ceramic, porcelain and slate tiles. The main safety concern with outdoor tiles is that they can be very slippery and hazardous when wet, especially around pool areas or tiles exposed to precipitation (rain, snow etc...). The pooling of water can create a very slippery surface, so it is important to treat outdoor tiles with an effective non-slip solution.We have that solution!

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Pool Tile

Pools, whether indoors or outdoors, are a great place to have fun but they can also be very dangerous if you have slippery pool tiles. Pool tiles are available in a variety of colors, shapes and styles. Some frequently used tiles are mosaic, glass and porcelain. They are functional and aesthetically pleasing. Most people are surprised to learn that the most likely place for a pool-related accident is not in the water; it's around the pool. According to the CDC, accidents around the pool take the lives of over 400 people every year. Bare feet, slick tiles and water create a dangerous combination that can result in horrific injuries. Obviously, wet tiles do not provide the same traction as dry tiles. When someone around the pool walks across the tiles and suddenly steps on a wet spot, it's usually too late to prevent the accident. It is important minimize the risk for these accidents by making your pool tiles less slippery. With our products, our qualified applicators can increase the traction around the pool area to help prevent slips while enjoying your pool.

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Wood Floor

There are many types of wood flooring. Wood flooring consists of hardwoods and softwoods, available in a variety of colors and finishes. While wood floors are one of the most popular flooring options, they tend to be very slippery when wet. Many finishes and stains commonly used on wood flooring decrease the surface traction making the floor more slippery. With our unique products we can increase the surface traction without ruining the appearance of your beautiful wood floors.

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Types of Surfaces We Treat

  • Kitchen Tile
  • Bathroom Tile
  • Wood Floor
  • Bathtub and Shower
  • Outdoor Patio Areas
  • Indoor and Outdoor Pool Areas
  • Restaurant Floors
  • Locker Rooms
  • Stairs
  • Ramps
  • Etc