Tripp Brothers Non-Slip Treatments Delivers Quality Sure Step Products in Bluffton, SC

November 15, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Residents and commercial businesses in Bluffton, South Carolina can now avail quality Sure Step products through Tripp Brothers Non-Slip Treatments.

Tripp Brothers Non-Slip Treatments, the Best Floor Safety Service In Bluffton, SC, uses only Sure Step products on its services. Sure Step is an anti-slip coating product that provides a durable skid-resistant finish for interior or exterior application. It is a widely-known high-quality brand.

The long-lasting chemical likewise imparts excellent color retention. It creates an invisible, sophisticated tread design into the surface of hard mineral floors and porcelain/enamel bathtubs. This treatment will not change the appearance of the floor or bathtub.

The product is resistant to abrasion and ponding water, as well. It can also be used to fill and seal cracks. It is also easy to apply and clean as it dries up fast. The floor can already be used for light traffic just 24 hours after its application. Aside from that, Sure Step is also effortless to apply. It can be applied by roller, brush, or squeegee.

Tripp Brothers Non-Slip Treatments states that their product can be used for concrete, quarry tile, Spanish tile, ceramic tile, glazed brick, marble, terrazzo, porcelain/enamel, and many other hard mineral surfaces.

The anti-slip floor solutions company has built a reputation in the community for its services. They have been in business, helping people and businesses significantly reduce their chances of slipping. The flooring safety expert serves clientele in Bluffton as well as in Lowcountry, SC.

For personal residences, they have helped people reduce their chance of slipping in their home, bathtub, shower, garage, or patio. For Businesses, they were able to reduce slipping accidents in offices that often lead to lawsuits.

“Tripp Brothers Non-Slip Treatments has helped businesses avoid serious lawsuits by reducing the chance of slipping in lobbies, kitchens, pool areas, and other open and potentially dangerous areas. We use highly effective chemicals that do not harm surfaces. In fact, after its application, it is completely removed, leaving that area much safer. The results are amazing,” the company states on its website.

Meanwhile, through its website, the company offers a free quotation. Clients just have to send their contact information and wait for the feedback of Tripp Brothers Non-Slip Treatments. The company has experienced technicians who can deliver marvelous services. With Sure Step, the company is insured, so are their customers.

To know more about Tripp Brothers Non-Slip Treatments, visit their website at http://www.trippbrothersnonslip.com/ or contact them at (561) 358-0435. They are located at 115 Spring Meadow Bluffton SC 29910 USA. They are also on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Youtube. Tripp Brothers Non-Slip Treatments is open Monday to Sunday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

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For more information about Tripp Brothers Non-Slip Floor Treatments , contact the company here:

Tripp Brothers Non-Slip Floor Treatments
Paul Tripp
(843) 505- 8338
paul.trippbrothersnonslip@gmail.com
115 Spring Meadow Dr, Bluffton,SC, 29910

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