The United States is a nation of animal lovers, with 70% of households* owning a pet and wanting the very best for them should they need to visit a veterinary clinic.
As a caring veterinary clinic, you’ll want to provide the best treatment for your furry patients, and there are many reasons to start from the floor up when it comes to making a visit to the vet a less stressful experience for pets - and their owners.
Discover how Everlast® Epoxy Flooring for veterinary clinics can provide long-term savings for your surgery, a sanitary, safe environment for patients, and a welcoming facility for pet owners.
A sanitary flooring solution
Not every pet relishes a trip to the vet - accidents can happen when animals get nervous! And if your flooring is not up to scratch or contains seams or joins, then bacteria will accumulate in the worn areas of the floors causing foul odors and an unsanitary surface for paws.
To combat any issues with urine, vomit, or feces, our veterinary clinic floors are seamless and non-porous, so fluids cannot penetrate the surface. Accidents can simply be wiped away with minimal effort.
Our floors are also formulated with an EPA-registered antimicrobial component to inhibit the growth and spread of bacteria. This protection forms part of the entire flooring system (rather than just a top sealer), so the antimicrobial properties are not compromised even if the surface should become gouged.
Non-slip for paws and claws
Our flooring has a coarse texture that provides a grip for paws and claws. Unlike tiles or laminate flooring, which have a smooth surface, Everlast® Epoxy flooring has a ribbed surface.
It’s kind to animals’ feet as it’s flexible, easy to walk on, and provides excellent traction - even when wet.
Durable and long-lasting
The physical burden of claws, paws, and foot traffic can take its toll on the floor of your surgery. Pet care facilities need to ensure their flooring can withstand daily abuse from patients and their owners, without looking tired and worn.
Everlast® Epoxy is a tough flooring solution designed to last for decades. Our secret to long-lasting floors is our thick and flexible system. Our floors are 160mm thick - unlike many other resin floors which are just 60mm thin - and we always use the correct mix of high-quality aggregate and epoxies to ensure your floor will last and last.
Puts pets at ease
Pets have an incredible sense of smell, and the odor in the surgery waiting room can determine whether they have a good or bad experience at the clinic.
Some veterinary flooring options contain solvents that emit bad smells, which can linger for months after installation - especially to an animal’s sensitive nose. Many resin floors also produce harmful fumes while the surface is curing, meaning the facility will need to close until the odors disperse.
Put your patients at ease with an odorless resin flooring solution. Our flooring contains no solvents and produces no fumes, so your surgery can remain open and care for pets during the installation.
Creates a warm, welcoming environment
Make your patients feel at home by creating a welcoming environment in your clinic. With a choice of over fifty shades, from contemporary cool grays and neutral hues to bright, cheerful reds and blues, there is sure to be a color to match your branding.
Our expert installers can even add your clinic’s logo to the design to create a striking first impression.
Don’t just take our word for it…
Our epoxy flooring for veterinary clinics is ‘four-legged-friend approved’ and trusted by animal surgeries across the United States. Discover how the dedicated team at Animal Lovers Veterinary Clinic chose Everlast® Epoxy to eliminate odor issues and create a safe and sanitary surface for the animals in their care.
Choose Everlast Epoxy flooring for veterinary clinics
We believe that if animals could talk, they’d tell us that Everlast® Epoxy would be their number one flooring choice!
Find out for yourself just how durable and attractive our floors are by requesting a free sample to see and feel the quality up close.
Our team is on hand to discuss your unique requirements for a veterinary clinic floor that your patients will love. Call us now at (800) 708-9870 or get in touch via our website.