COMMERCIAL SEALED CONCRETE

Concrete that has been cleaned and sealed with epoxy to create a uniform surface and protect from moisture. 

WHY SEALED CONCRETE?

Sealed Concrete is concrete that has been cleaned thoroughly and sealed with epoxy to create a uniform surface.
 

  • Sealed Concrete increases the lifespan of the concrete and prevents stains.
     

  • Some sealers are specially formulated to prevent moisture intrusion under finished floors.
     

  • Good for low- to moderate-traffic areas.
     

  • Sealers can help prevent freeze thaw issues in cold areas and are used often for exterior purposes.
     

  • Multitude of finishes available from high-gloss to matte, as well as non-film protective coatings. 
     

SEALED CONCRETE

Perfect for: 

Stairwells

File Storage Rooms

Warehouses

Restaurants

Exterior concrete patios

pool decks

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01

EPOXY 
 

A multi-component fluid-applied floor which cures  to a hard-wearing durable surface able to withstand heavy and continuous traffic.

  • Offices

  • Industrial flooring

  • Warehouses

  • Clean Rooms

  • Laboratories

  • Storage rooms

  • Restaurants

02

STAINED
CONCRETE

Utilizes a surface with an applied reactive stain. There are various colors to choose from, and designs and applications are endless. Stains are then sealed with various products such as Epoxies and Urethanes. 

  • Garages 

  • Front-of-house Restaurant Flooring

  • Show Rooms & Display areas

03

TROWELED RUBBER

A system that consists of EPDM rubber granules (brand new, not-recycled rubber) mixed with a Single-Component Urethane and troweled to thickness of approximately .25". 

  • Gyms & Workout areas

  • Playgrounds

  • Athletic and Sporting Good Venues

  • Yoga Studios

04

CEMENTITIOUS
URETHANE

A three-component flooring system that is more chemically resistant than epoxy. It is moisture tolerant and can withstand thermal change and impact better than Epoxy Floors, and is self-leveling in most cases. 

  • High Traffic Areas

  • Commercial & Institutional Kitchens

  • Automotive Garages

  • Chemical containment areas

  • Food and Beverage Industry

  • Manufacturing and Processing Areas