How do epoxy floor contractors stay in business? By carefully building a reputation of high quality work. By painstakingly establishing a relationship with customers. To do all this, they need all the skills and expertise they have and the best tools to do the job right.
The business of flooring applications revolves around function and form, for these are the two requirements that attract and maintain customers. Facility managers are concerned about floor coating applications that are strong and enduring for warehouse floors, shop floors, parking decks, and the like. They need beautiful and interesting floors for hallways, patios, and lobbies. Often, epoxy floor contractors even have to deliver both form and function in floor applications.
Such complex requirements often surprisingly need the simplest and most basic of tools to get them delivered in good quality. A big factor is that in the hands of skilled epoxy floor contractors, the tools can be put to good use to create something great. But still, a look at the tool boxes of these epoxy floor contractors will reveal stuff like clean rags, for example. Epoxy floor contractors need clean rags when they are in a painting job. These rags are perfect for quick cleanups of spills, drops and splatters. At the end of the work, rags get the cleanup and disposal job done.
Buckets, sponges and mops may not fit literally into epoxy floor contractors’ tool boxes, but they’re as necessary as the screwdriver or the paint brush. Buckets serve as a mixing container, while sponges and maps are the dirt-busters of the bunch. They are used to remove surface dust and grease and can really help prepare the surface prior to paint application.