Spa hotels offer the ultimate in relaxation, providing guests with the chance to de-stress and improve their physical and mental well-being.
The spa environment must be warm, welcoming, and aesthetically appealing—and we believe that creating a calm, clean, and relaxing space for your guests starts from the floor up.
Read on to discover the many benefits of installing long-lasting epoxy flooring in a spa hotel.
Flooring solutions for saunas and steam rooms
Unwinding in a sauna or steam room is an integral part of any spa experience. The heat and humidity relax our mind and body—but also provide a haven for microorganisms.
Most saunas are constructed using wooden benches, walls, and floors. But the disadvantage of using wood in saunas is that the material is very porous and allows for the absorption of sweat, moisture, and bacteria.
This creates the ideal space for microorganism growth and can lead to nasty odors, which are incredibly hard to remove once they have penetrated a surface.
To reduce contaminants in a sauna or steam room, we recommend installing a waterproof epoxy floor that will not allow bacteria to penetrate the layers of the floor where they would cause bad smells and damage to the substrate.
Our Everlast® Epoxy floors offer a seamless, nonporous, and self-containing surface, which ensures that all sweat and moisture is directed to the drainage area rather than penetrating the subfloor.
For added hygiene, our trowelable resin formula can also be applied to the walls for a seamless finish that provides guests with a relaxing, sanitary space in which to unwind.
Another issue facing spa owners is the ability of a sauna or steam room floor to withstand high temperatures. Wood will often warp under frequent heat, but an epoxy floor can withstand incredibly high temperatures without any degradation.
Our flooring can repeatedly withstand temperatures up to 158°F, meaning it can easily cope with the typical temperature (120°F) of a sauna.
Nonslip flooring for the pool area
Jacuzzis, hot tubs, and swimming pools are all important parts of the spa experience, and as a spa owner, it is your responsibility to make the environment a safe place for guests to enjoy.
In areas that are frequently wet, the risk of slips and falls is higher, so it’s important to install a flooring solution that will help protect your guests from injury.
Everlast® Epoxy flooring is manufactured using small marble chips that give the surface added grip, helping to prevent skids, trips, and falls. In wet or damp environments we can add extra grit to give additional protection to make your space even safer for spa visitors and staff.
Easy to clean and maintain
A clean environment is essential to attract customers to your spa—and keep them coming back for more!
Epoxy flooring for spas is designed to be easy to clean and maintain. Its nonporous surface means any dirt and debris can simply be washed down the drains, preventing them from penetrating the substrate. To keep your floors hygienically clean, we recommend our Everlast® Floor Care System to ensure decades of safe, sanitary, and beautiful flooring.
For added protection, all Everlast® Epoxy floors contain an integral EPA-registered antimicrobial component to inhibit the spread of bacteria, mildew, and fungi.
Fabulous-looking flooring for your spa
In addition to high-performance and functional flooring, the aesthetics of a spa hotel are equally as important. After all, your guests visit your facility to relax in pleasant surroundings, so your flooring needs to promote cleanliness and a beautiful design from the moment visitors step through the door.
Everlast® Epoxy flooring is created in a range of over fifty different colors, many of which are natural, light shades designed to reflect light and add to the sensation of space and clean surroundings to impress your guests.
Talk to our team about epoxy flooring for spas
We’ve helped many spa hotels across the United States to achieve a spa flooring solution that is sanitary, long-lasting, and good-looking.
If you’d like to ask our experts about flooring for your spa, call the team on (800) 708-9870 or contact us via our website to find out more.