Eco-Friendly Floor

What’s the most abundant mineral on earth?

What reduces the consumption of raw materials?

What can incorporate recycled products, such as crushed glass, bits of recycled plastic, marble chips and metal shavings?

What floors optimize radiant heat transfer?

What floors work great with solar design?

What absorbs the heat of the sun during the day and releases the stored heat as needed at night?

What is considered one of the most durable materials on earth?

Yes you guessed it, its concrete flooring!

What floor, if properly maintained, can last a lifetime?… A Concrete one, “that’s right.” Other flooring types such as carpet, tile, and wood always are in need of replacement– not to mention they use up resources and create disposal problems.

What is a healthy alternative for people with allergies? Concrete is the alternative to wall-to-wall carpeting for those allergic to animal dander, dust mites, and the growth of toxic mold. In fact, exposure to toxic mold in homes and buildings often times is the sole reason for ailments ranging from headaches to severe respiratory infections and immune system disorders. Moreover, mold can thrive on other floor materials, where warm, moist, humid conditions are present.

What contributes to cleaner air? Concrete floors.