Our best industrial clients are businesses experiencing at least 3 of the following 8 conditions:
1. Employees slipping on floors due to poor drainage.
2. Permanent Stains, Ugly and worn out Floors.
3. Using rubber mats to remove moisture and slippage problems.
4. Floors, stairs are scratched, cracked, and peeling in some areas.
5. Increased pressure from local health authorities to resolve Health OH&S issues.
6. Floors are dull and unattractive after years of abuse.
7. Floors always slippery from oil that has soaked into concrete.
8. Epoxy floor coatings are beginning to peel and chip.
We’ve found that we can have a dramatic impact on the floors with people who are experiencing these issues with a likely outcome of increased productivity and a reduction in floor maintenance costs.
Call us now at 1-800-288-9589 or schedule a time to learn more.
Epoxy Floors or Polished Concrete?
We often get asked which is better, polished concrete or epoxy floors? The answer is not always easy because it depends on where the floors are located and the plans for how they will be used. Let’s take a look at some examples.
Epoxy flooring is beautiful and can thrive in business and retail environments such as restaurants, hospitals, libraries, service bays, and retail showrooms. Epoxy coatings are resistant to chemicals and are easy to maintain because there’s no waxing or buffering involved.
Here are some questions to consider before choosing a concrete coating:
Do you have equipment or furniture that may scratch the floor?
Do you want your floor to have a gloss or satin finish?
Are you willing to make a decision based on our recommendations?
When people think of polished concrete they think of regular grey concrete or a waterproofed surface. The actual process of polishing concrete goes beyond a sealer and can actually include staining, designs, colors, and logos.
Concrete floors that are polished become stronger because of concrete densifiers that provide superior durability and performance. It has become a popular choice in retail, warehouse, and office facilities as an alternative to marble, granite, tile, or linoleum.
When considering a polished concrete or epoxy flooring, be aware that the process requires a great deal of expertise and specialized equipment to prepare surfaces and apply top coatings.
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In order for us to accurately inspect your floor issues and plan your resurfacing project, some additional information is needed beyond what is found during the initial conversation.
For example, we always recommend that you have a moisture test performed by a 3rd party. This will let you know what kind of problems may exist beneath concrete substrates and will save you thousands in repair costs later.
Over the last 25 years we’ve applied epoxy floor coatings on large and small jobs, covering just about every aspect of the industrial and commercial market. We rely on our expertise and connections in the industry to help you decide if and which epoxy product will work best for your project or floor. We also own and operate all of the equipment and machines used daily in our concrete floor coating business. That’s just the start of what makes us different.