Polished concrete and industrial concrete coatings are both popular choices for flooring in commercial spaces. However, there are certain things to consider to ensure you get the right flooring system to meet the specific needs of your facility. While both options are suitable for industrial spaces, there are certain advantages and disadvantages of each. Read
An epoxy coating is one of the toughest and most durable finishes you can add to your concrete floors. However, adding decorative aggregate to this coating increases the durability even more. Not only do these concrete coatings protect your floors, they also turn plain cement slabs into professional-looking, extremely attractive spaces. About Epoxy Coatings Epoxy
Before you hire someone to upgrade your concrete floor, you need to ask your potential contractor a few questions to ensure you are making the right choice with who you hire to stain or coat your concrete floors. Here are 8 questions you can ask before you get started with your next project.
Are you considering an office remodel? If so, you have many flooring options to consider. One great option to consider is polished concrete. Why polished concrete or concrete coatings? Durability over time: Every time you need to make a flooring change in an office setting, it is a big disruption to your customers
You would be surprised of all the new ways we are fixing up old cracked or damaged concrete today. It’s amazing what can be done. The Standard Mechanically polished concrete is what we do the most of right now. We fill in all the flaws and voids in the older concrete with a cementitious
When you are looking to upgrade your next commercial floor, you will need to decide what type of coating you would like to use (if you decide not to perform a mechanical polish). When it comes to industrial strength and flexibility, your best choice is: Hybrid Polyurethane Epoxy has it's place in certain commercial environments,
There are so many ways to upgrade your concrete floor from polishing to coating to engraving or staining. We love helping our clients pick out the right fit for what they are looking to accomplish. Sometimes it's a bit overwhelming to choose what to do with your concrete flooring. Here are 8 ways you can upgrade