How To Rehab Damaged Concrete Floorsby Vance Paz Professional Marketer
When companies try to renovate floors and walls, carpets and vinyl tiles are often removed. These renovations usually result in exposing large areas of adhesives, subfloors, and extensive holes in anchors, posts and equipment. Now there is a solution with step-by-step instructions and help.
Innovators often see no alternative than to reattach glue and similar floor coverings such as carpets and tiles. This is a shame as hard epoxy, urethane and glass emulsion surfaces offer cheaper and more durable alternatives.
When concrete is subject to wear, it eventually deteriorates. Friction wear, erosion and pollution play a role. Dust, cracks, crumbling, rough surfaces and the inability to keep the environment clean are symptoms of a floor that is not protected and becomes unusable. Carpet often retains contaminants and can be a growing medium for mold and mildew. Vinyl tiles cannot withstand heavy traffic on wheels, tend to lift when wet, and have a soft surface that can be contaminated with solvents and dyes.
Epoxy laminate coatings, on the other hand, form a wear barrier between a floor and its environment. These laminated surfaces not only prevent the concrete from deteriorating, but also form a protective film over it. Contaminants and hazards such as PCBs, heavy metals and toxic chemicals are kept away from porous concrete. When used correctly, these laminate surfaces can provide decades of protection and service.
Epoxy coated floors can heal the gaps in even the most damaged floors instead of just covering them. Customers are often amazed at how holes can be drilled in old walls and equipment brackets to disappear when filled with 100% solid epoxy and then rinsed on the floor. The process is quick, easy and lengthy.
Consumables you may need include glue removers, oil remover cleaners, and long-lasting, long-lasting epoxy fillers for holes, joints, cracks, and crumbling surfaces. Equipment sets can be customized to owner's specifications and delivered directly to the construction site. The kits include full instructions and 24/7 assistance lines with experienced floor experts so that professionals and amateurs can successfully lay a quality floor.
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Created on Mar 8th 2021 13:42. Viewed 238 times.
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