Tripp Brothers Non-Slip Treatments Answer Increasing Demand For Accident Resistant Flooring

November 14, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Increasing awareness for floor safety is raising demands for anti-slip flooring in South Carolina. As the demand continues to grow, Tripp Brothers Non-Slip Treatments, the Best Floor Safety Professionals in the Lowcountry of SC, is quick to answer the call.

The anti-slip coating market is expected to increase until 2026, recent market research shows. The report also reveals that more people in the US, both residential and commercial are putting investments of floor coating due to its dust resistance, durability, abrasion-resistance, and waterproof features.

Meanwhile, Tripp Brothers Non-Slip Treatments is serving those looking for “floor refinishing services near me”. The treatments franchise is helping people and businesses in Lowcountry, as well as Bluffton, SC, significantly reduce their chances of slipping. The company is using Sure Step only. It is a high-quality anti-slip coating brand that is known in the US.

The brand imparts excellent color retention. It also creates an invisible, sophisticated tread design into the surface of hard mineral floors and porcelain/enamel bathtubs. The product is also resistant to abrasion and ponding water. It can also be used to fill and seal cracks.

For residences, the company helps people reduce their chance of slipping in their home, bathtub, shower, garage, or patio. For businesses, the floor treatment company dramatically lowers the chances of accidents in lobbies, kitchens, pool areas, and other open and potentially dangerous areas in the office. These accidents often lead to lawsuits, and Tripp Brothers Non-Slip Treatments are there to help businesses get away with it by simply visiting their company website at https://www.trippbrothersnonslip.com.

The company delivers various non-slip flooring for all types of floors. They have porcelain non-slip floor tiles, non-slip floor tiles for showers, non-slip kitchen flooring, and non-slip laminate flooring, among others.

"We use highly effective chemicals that do not harm surfaces. In fact, after its application, it is completely removed, leaving that area much safer. The results are amazing," says Paul Tripp, a flooring specialist and one of the founder and owner of the company.

"Providing this service to businesses and people is an absolute pleasure. I know I am helping them tremendously," he further adds.

For a complete list of the services they offer, call Tripp Brothers Non-Slip Treatments at (561) 358-0435. Clients can also visit their website and request a quotation without any charges.

Clients can also visit their office at 115 Spring Meadow Bluffton SC 29910 USA. They are also on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Youtube. Tripp Brothers Non-Slip Treatments is open Monday to Sunday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

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For more information about Tripp Brothers Non-Slip Floor Treatments , contact the company here:

Tripp Brothers Non-Slip Floor Treatments
Paul Tripp
(843) 505- 8338
paul.trippbrothersnonslip@gmail.com
115 Spring Meadow Dr, Bluffton,SC, 29910

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