Healthy Air. No Mildew or Mold.
Authentic Stone Flooring Brand Flooring’s specially formulated, proprietary epoxy, used only by Authentic Stone Flooring Brand Flooring, is the secret to its beauty, performance and longevity. Carpeting, wood, tile, paint and vinyl don’t allow concrete to breathe naturally and can trap moisture between the concrete and the underside of the floor covering, causing mold and mildew which promotes unhealthy air quality not only in your basement but throughout your entire home. Eventually the flooring will need to be replaced. However, Authentic Stone Flooring Brand Flooring allows moisture to continuously evaporate because of the intentional HYDROSTATIC PORTS Technology evaporation openings formed into the flooring during installation. The result is a permanent floor covering that will never need to be replaced and will resist the growth of mold and mildew even in damp or wet conditions.
Not all stone and epoxy mixtures provide the same level of performance over concrete. For a beautiful floor that eliminates concrete problems permanently, Authentic Stone Flooring Brand Flooring uses a blend of the finest natural stones and specially formulated, proprietary epoxy developed by and used exclusively by Authentic Stone Flooring Brand Flooring. The strength of the epoxy is enhanced by a proven stone-to-epoxy mix ratio developed by Authentic Stone Flooring Brand Flooring. This combination creates HYDROSTATIC PORT Technology that permits concrete to breathe naturally, preventing the growth of mold and mildew by allowing moisture to evaporate thus promoting clean, healthier air in your home.
HYDROSTATIC PORTS Technology explained:
The key to our HYDROSTATIC PORTS Technology is our specially formulated, proprietary epoxy and proper epoxy-to-stone mix ratio. Below are samples of the underside of improperly mixed stone and epoxy flooring with inferior formulated epoxy, next to Authentic Stone Flooring Brand Flooring with our specially formulated, proprietary epoxy and a proper mix ratio of stone and epoxy.
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