Epoxy and other resinous concrete resurfacing systems can be used to repair surface cracks and damage, while optional decorative elements, striping, slip resistance and high-performance topcoats add the finishing touches. Epoxy resurfacers make floors easier to clean and prevent concrete dusting.
Finishing off your epoxy or other concrete floor coatings with just the right thin-film topcoat is a very economical way of providing your floor with additional polymer attributes and even longer wear. Options to choose from include UV resistance, slip resistance, chemical resistance, electrostatic dissipative, and more. The urethane topcoat over top of an epoxy floor creates a harder surface that is less porous and abrasion resistant. Available in gloss and satin.
Epoxy mortar is a reinforced coating application that adds 1/4″ of coating to your floor. Epoxy mortar provides extreme durability to withstand high-volume, heavy-wheeled traffic. Urethane mortar is thermal-shock resistant, which means it’s great for concrete under extreme temperatures. Plenty of other options can be added to this application.
Polished concrete is a great alternative to tile, linoleum, and carpet. It is more cost-effective than more expensive coatings. Concrete is stronger, more durable, and has a longer lifespan than alternative flooring options. Both new and old concrete is polishable and never needs waxing!
Decorative flake coatings are a beautiful, monolithic application that consists of a blend of vinyl flake chips. The layer of vinyl chips is then coated with epoxy and urethane. These types of floor coatings are great for offices, retail and commercial facilities. Decorative flake coatings provide great strength and pleasing aesthetics. They provide excellent slip resistance, abrasion resistance, and chemical resistance.
Adding lines and logos to your concrete floor system is great for marking areas and adding aesthetics to your facility. Unlike vinyl or painted-on lines, we apply ours under the urethane top coat, which adds 50% more protection, increases visibility, and adds longevity. Additionally, we also have the capability of adding logos and text to your floor.
Control joints and cracks easily accumulate dirt, dust, debris, grease, and other liquids. Control joints are easily chipped and cracked under normal wear. Filling and repairing your joints and cracks offers easier maintenance and increased durability. Our polyurea joint/crack filler is a self-leveling, flexible material that provides increased protection, chemical and abrasion resistance and a seamless appearance.