Scopes of Work
Concrete sealers are applied to concrete to protect it from surface damage, corrosion, and staining. They either block the pores in the concrete to reduce absorption of water and salts or form an impermeable layer which prevents such materials from passing.
Polished concrete is concrete that has been processed through a series of mechanically ground "polishing/grinding" steps similar to the production of terrazzo. This process also includes the use of a penetrant chemical known as a hardener.
Dyeing floors is different from staining them. With dye, there is no chemical reaction with the concrete—it simply dyes the surface. ... Acetone dyes are made to be used on polished concrete floors that have not been sealed. If your floors have been sealed, the sealant will need to be removed before the dye is applied.
Acid-based chemical stains have been used by decorative concrete contractors for many years. They work by reacting with alkalis in the concrete surface. This creates a translucent, variegated look. Acid stains do a wonderful job in beautifying indoor and outdoor concrete like driveways, concrete floors, pool decks, and counter tops.
Epoxy & Urethane Cement Coatings
Epoxy floor and Urethane Cement coatings are commonly used for commercial and industrial flooring. Epoxy/Urethane Cement coatings are normally applied over concrete floors to provide a high-performance, smooth, and durable surface that can last many years and withstand heavy loads. Many industrial sites, warehouses, and commercial buildings rely on epoxy floors to maintain clean and safe conditions for workers, equipment, and inventory.
Surface Preparation, Repairs & Overlayments
There is no part of the job more important than Surface Preparation. Sometimes, simple patching and spall repair is not enough and you need to perform a comprehensive overlay system. Whatever the substrate needs, We will be there to address it appropriately to ensure the best final result for your floor.