Their new epoxy flooring allows dark and dated concrete floors to be transformed into bright and stylish feature accents that will bring any residential or commercial space back to life.
More details can be found at https://www.marylandconcretedesign.com
The company’s expansion into epoxy coating coincides with the growing popularity of the technique as interior decorators and architects increasingly value it for its versatility, durability and clean modern finish.
Metrocrete Maryland believes that, for residential property owners, there are many advantages to resurfacing with epoxy. It is easy to clean, stain resistant, waterproof, durable and quick to install.
Commercial property owners and managers will also appreciate that epoxy floorings require minimal maintenance, are environmentally friendly and are completely non-slip, exceeding the Coefficient of Friction levels dictated by OSHA regulations in the USA.
Though commonly applied to concrete surfaces, modern epoxy can adhere to all surfaces, including old tiles and even wood floors, whilst remaining perfectly level.
From an aesthetic perspective, epoxy coating is available in an unlimited color range. This means it can be made to match an already decorated space, or can be used as the bold basis of a planned remodel.
Metrocrete Maryland also offers potential clients metallic epoxy, which has an ultra-modern finish and is particularly light reflective, helpful for opening up dark spaces.
Epoxy coated floors are becoming increasingly popular for homeowners in basements, garages, kitchens and bathrooms. In the commercial sector, their use is booming in gyms, showrooms, schools, hospitals and office spaces.
In addition to their new epoxy flooring, Metrocrete Maryland continues to offer prospective clients their full range of flooring and concreting services, including polished concrete floors, concrete countertops, and driveways. The contractors also take on maintenance and repair projects.
Metrocrete Maryland has been serving Ellicott City, the Baltimore Metropolitan Area and Howard County for over 40 years. They are passionate about helping bring their clients’ visions to life.
A spokesperson for the contractors said, “Whatever your flooring needs, we’re here to help you find the right design to meet your needs and budget.”
More information is available at https://www.marylandconcretedesign.com
2146 Rogers Avenue
Emma was born in Tuskegee Albama and educated at Kent state University. She has written across the National News. She worked as a manager for the global marketing department and recently she is working on Weekly Optimist.
Disclaimer: The views, suggestions, and opinions expressed here are the sole responsibility of the experts. No Weekly Optimist journalist was involved in the writing and production of this article.