Anti-slip floor treatment
When subject to spills or the ingress of moisture, some floors can become slippery and present an accident waiting to happen. Often, replacing flooring simply isn’t an option, which is why our anti-slip flooring treatment offers the ideal solution by making your existing floors safer.
- Increases slip-resistance
- Increased stain protection
- Maintains appearance
- Cost effective solution
- Suitable for all floor types
- What to expect
- Price guide
Accident-proof your workplace
The specialist anti-slip floor treatment* is ideal for hard floors that are subject to the inevitable daily spills, tap splashes and the ingress of foot borne moisture which increase the chance of slipping and accidents.
The anti-slip floor treatment is applied to your hard flooring to create a hard-wearing surface with greater slip resistance and protection against stains, helping you reduce the likelihood of accidents in your workplace.
The anti-slip treatment is suitable for all environments including kitchens, washrooms and reception areas. It can be safely used on vinyl, linoleum, glazed and polished stone, ceramic tiles and wood flooring finishes and creates floors with an R10 classification after the anti-slip treatment has been applied.
*It is important to note that some high gloss and polished finishes may lose a slight degree of shine after receiving the anti-slip treatment.
- Increases resistance to stains
- Highly effective on all floor types
- Creates a hard wearing anti-slip surface
- Provides a cost effective solution at a fraction of the cost of floor replacement
- Greatly reduces the chance of slipping, helping you make your workplace safer
- Experts visit your site to assess your flooring's suitability and provide a quote
- All work will be completed out of hours for minimum disruption
- Our technicians will thoroughly clean your flooring
- The anti-slip treatment is then applied
PHS supply a variety of specialist floor cleaning, restoration and treatment services. The price of these services are based on the size of the area treated and the level of restoration work required. Before providing a quote, a flooring expert will complete an on-site assessment of your flooring.