BATHTUBS, SHOWERS AND BATHROOM FLOORS
Bathrooms and showers often have tile floors, which can become very slippery when wet. It is no different for the bathtub, whether you have a porcelain, acrylic, fiberglass or enamel bathtub, all these surfaces become very slippery when wet.
The most dangerous room in your house is the bathroom. Hard surface flooring and an aging Florida population create a dangerous combination! Especially the young and elderly are at risk. Bathtubs and showers are obviously very dangerous when they are not slip resistant.
Whether you are a residential homeowner or renter, we can treat your shower and tub with our long lasting durable tub grip, raising the Coefficient of Friction (COF) to safe levels for users. This treatment will make your shower and/or tub anti-slip with no appearance change.
POOL DECKS, PATIOS, STEPS AND WALKWAYS
Living in Florida means enjoying the outdoor lifestyle! Whether that means enjoying a morning walk, an afternoon swim or a glass of wine out on the patio in the evening, either way many of us live here because of the climate. Using the pool also means our pool decks get wet and often slippery, sprinklers and our almost daily rain often make for slippery surfaces around the house such as our walkways and our patios.
The anti-slip treatment that Florida Non-Slip would apply is a non-yellowing, transparent, easy-to-apply liquid cure and seal which provides a clear, flexible and durable abrasion- and stain-resistant protective film.
In addition, this anti-slip treatment offers improved resistance to common pool chemicals. Designed specifically to retain and enhance the appearance of colored concrete and exposed aggregate surfaces for years to come. The compound contains a slip-resistant additive, which establishes an easy-to-clean, anti-slip surface for traditionally slippery areas.
Contact us for a free quote on how to make your outdoor living safer for you and your loved ones with our anti slip treatment!
KITCHEN FLOORS, LAUNDRY ROOMS AND DRIVEWAYS
Driveways can be extremely slippery after the sprinklers hit them, or how about after a typical Florida rainstorm? Kitchen floors and laundry room floors are subject to water and other spills in any home.