What measures could you take to protect the floors from disintegration and deterioration?

December 10, 2021
What measures could you take to protect the floors from disintegration and deterioration? - PaintOutlet.co.uk
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It doesn't matter which type of building you want to floor or put tiles on, there is always one phenomenon predominant in every case, and that is the deterioration and disintegration of the floor with time. There are many factors that could trigger this adverse impact on the floors such as water and moisture penetration, poor materials, and extreme weather. 

According to an estimate, there are over 1 million damp properties in the UK. And the factors already mentioned combine to put a lot of strain on the floor, making it prone to water and moisture. When water penetrates through the floor, it can lead to mould, bacteria, and moisture. These items would degrade the quality of a healthy environment in any facility, whether it is a warehouse, office, or residential structure.

If not treated on time, this condition could also decrease the thermal insulation of the floors and increase the amount of heat that would be lost through the floor to the underlying ground. But here’s a point to ponder: how could you ensure the protection of the floor and help to maintain the quality of a high eco-friendly environment.

Thermilate Technologies has strived to provide long-term, durable, and sustainable solutions to its clients. Their research and development department has used nanotechnology to manufacture the Insofloor floor primer which has been tested scientifically and achieves excellent results with its 12m2 coating. 

Through one or two coats of floor primer, the incredible resistance against the penetration of water and moisture would protect the internal buildings from moulds, damp walls, and floor disintegration and deterioration. 

The floor's greater robustness and durability would improve the floor's thermal insulation. This might reduce the amount of energy needed to manage room temperature because more heat would be insulated within and not lost to the outside environment in the winter or colder climates. Thermal barriers, on the other hand, would prevent excessive heat from gathering and raising the surface temperature, keeping the floor steady and comfortable in hot climates like summer. This would also extend the structure's life and make it more resistant to adverse weather.

The flooring' disintegration and degeneration would be reduced as a result of greater protection against moisture, moulds, condensation, and weather. This would result in fewer maintenance costs, lower energy use, and a more environmentally friendly environment, all of which would help to cut carbon emissions. So don’t look any further as our floor primer will help you get rid of these floor defects. 

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