Tile Restoration, Inc.
Don’t Replace Your Floors, Let Us Restore Them
Commercial flooring can get dull and dirty very quickly, especially in high traffic areas of medical facilities, hospitals, universities, and corporations. Replacing those industial floors is time consuming, expensive and not necessary. Tile Restoration, Inc., located in South Jersey near Philadelphia, and its sister company SaniGlaze of Pittsburgh, can restore those hard surface floors so that they look clean and new for years to come. They can even change the color of the floor. All with the most cost-effective solutions for cleaning and restoring the existing floors: SaniGLAZE® and SoyPoxy™.
The SaniGLAZE® tile and grout restoration process is a proven, economical solution to your tile and grout cleaning problems. While many companies perform a simple grout sealing or staining that leaves contaminants, dirt and odors underneath the grout, the SaniGLAZE® grout restoration process extracts all contaminants and shields tile and grout against the penetration of future contamination. We clean, sanitize, remove impurities and shield the floor for a more permanent floor makeover.
SoyPoxy™ is a more organic, green floor solution and it’s perfect for high traffic areas such as lobbies and emergency room floors. It consists of 100% solid epoxy and natural reclaimed granite and marble chips. It is mixed, poured and troweled, unlike a broadcast epoxy floor. Other Epoxy Resin Systems are blended with plasticizers (phthalates), which are steadily becoming more regulated because they are not environmentally sound. But our chemical processes allow us to replace harmful agents with a very renewable and environmentally friendly Soy Extract.
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The SoyPoxy™ Pure Performance difference:
- 18.8% Rapidly Renewable Content Flooring
- California Prop 65 Compliant
- Excellent Flexural and Adhesive Strength
- Excellent Temperature Resistance for Tiles
- Excellent UV Stability compared with other phthalates
- Excellent temperature resistance compared to phthalates