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In 18 months, epoxy fails and we’ll have two decades of lifespan left. Superior durability, hygiene, safety and fast installs make our floors the best value, hassle-free choice for commercial floors.

Material

Expected Lifespan

Install Time

Approximate Installed Cost

Cons

Pros

Epoxy Up to 1.5 Years Multiple days $6/sf plus costs to replace or repaint annually. Very thin. May replace epoxy 10-15 times in 15 years. May need extensive work prior to install due to thin material. Health inspectors don’t like it. Cheap at first, but not over time.
Vinyl 3 Years Multiple days $12-14/sf plus high maintenance costs. Very slippery. Seams fail. Dirt and grime form in seams and cracks. N/A
Tile Up to 10 Years Days to weeks $6/sf plus high maintenance costs every 6 months. Grout is unhygienic. Needs frequent replacement. Cracks develop, making it less hygienic. Unsafe. Slippery when greasy or wet. Maintenance and upkeep are time consuming and expensive. Cheap at first, but not over time.
Attractive finish for high-end areas.
Urethane Concrete Up to 30 years Over weekend $3-6/sf.
Absolutely zero
maintenance cost.
Must remove other flooring for
smooth finish.
Basic finish. Often for industrial
and back of house areas.
Durable flooring for rugged,
industrial needs.
Hygienic, safe, and slip resistant.
Holds up to frequently cleaning.
Withstands extreme temperatures.
Stands up to heavy machinery.
Highly customizable in hundreds of colors.
Very affordable for large areas.
Long-lasting. 30 year lifespan.
JetRock Up to 15 Years Done overnight $12-14/sf.
Absolutely zero
maintenance cost.
Cost savings
over epoxy
after 2 years.
Higher cost than urethane
concrete flooring.
More limited color options.
Characteristics of
hand-troweled floors.
Extremely hygienic, safe and durable.
Completely watertight.
Holds water 24+ hours.
Designed for commercial kitchens.
Safe. Slip resistant when greasy or wet.
Attractive finish for front of house.
Installs over nearly any floor.
Zero downtime. Very fast install.
Very durable. 15 year lifespan.
MaterialExpected LifespanInstall TimeApproximate
Installed Cost.
ConsPros
Epoxy Up to 1.5 YearsMultiple days$6/sf plus costs to
replace or repaint annually.
Very thin.
May replace epoxy 10-15 times in 15 years.
May need extensive work prior to install due to thin material.
Health inspectors don’t like it.
Cheap at first,
but not over time.
Vinyl3 YearsMultiple days$12-14/sf plus
high maintenance costs.
Very slippery.
Seams fail.
Dirt and grime form in seams and cracks.
N/A
TileUp to 10 Years
Days to weeks$6/sf plus high
maintenance costs every 6 months.
Grout is unhygienic.
Needs frequent replacement.
Cracks develop, making it less hygienic.
Unsafe.
Slippery when greasy or wet.
Maintenance and upkeep are
time consuming and expensive.
Cheap at first,
but not over time.
Attractive finish
for high-end areas.
Urethane
Concrete
Up to 30 yearsOver weekend$3-6/sf.
Absolutely zero
maintenance cost.
Must remove other flooring for
smooth finish.
Basic finish. Often for industrial
and back of house areas.
Durable flooring for rugged,
industrial needs.
Hygienic, safe, and slip resistant.
Holds up to frequently cleaning.
Withstands extreme temperatures.
Stands up to heavy machinery.
Highly customizable in hundreds of colors.
Very affordable for large areas.
Long-lasting. 30 year lifespan.
JetRock Up to 15 Years Done overnight $12-14/sf.
Absolutely zero
maintenance cost.
Cost savings
over epoxy
after 2 years.
Higher cost than urethane
concrete flooring.
More limited color options.
Characteristics of
hand-troweled floors.
Extremely hygienic, safe and durable.
Completely watertight.
Holds water 24+ hours.
Designed for commercial kitchens.
Safe. Slip resistant when greasy or wet.
Attractive finish for front of house.
Installs over nearly any floor.
Zero downtime. Very fast install.
Very durable. 15 year lifespan.

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