System For Renovating Floors Described In N e w Brochure

—Literature Available A new six-page, four-color brochure from Selby, Battersby & Co. describes the Selby System, in which thorough investigation, proper subfloor preparation and field-tested installation procedures produce years of trouble-free flooring service.

Abuse from chemicals or just simple wear and tear can reduce floors in industrial, institutional and commercial buildings into pitted, dangerous surfaces. New construction may be impractical or too expensive. The brochure describes how to evaluate problems on-site and how to select the most effective rehabilitation method and best flooring material for the area.

The brochure contains color and black and white photos showing typical before/after installations.

Facts about surface preparation, costeffectiveness, chemical and physical abuse, safety, waterproof capabilities, decorative materials and maintenance are all detailed.

Almost any customized flooring need can be satisfied with Selby's multiple product line, according to the brochure, and the firm's trained applicators and representatives are located throughout the U.S. and in many international markets.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 54,  Aug 1985

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