David Brown, business development manager for Seal-Krete, says his company’s favorite projects are those that solve problems. “Being a dog owner, keeping my pet safe is important. I understand the issues veterinary clinics face when looking for a flooring solution to protect their patients,” Brown says. “So when we were tasked with providing flooring solutions that offer easy maintenance, long-term reliability and antimicrobial protection, we jumped at the opportunity.”
This Orlando, Florida, clinic now sports a low-odor flooring system that consists of Seal-Krete’s Epoxy-Shell WB 250 as a primer, followed by a full coverage chip broadcast into its Epoxy-Shell 1000, then top coated with the company’s Poly-Shell 1000.