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Concrete Floor Marking and Striping 101

Depending on your industry, concrete floor marking and striping can be a critical matter in facility planning. The markings may delineate specific production areas, traffic aisles, walkways, and/or hazardous zones for the protection of employees or visitors. The markings may also be used to help increase efficiency of movement within the facility. OSHA requires specific […]

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Installation Advantages of Pourable Epoxy

If you’ve been considering different flooring systems for your facility, epoxy floors consistently offer a number of benefits over other flooring options. A highly decorative, top performing alternative to more expensive luxury vinyl or natural stone flooring, epoxy arrives at the installation site as a series of liquids. Floors created with fluid-applied, pourable epoxy offer […]

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Mechanic Shop Flooring – Creating a Safe Environment

Mechanic Shop Flooring – Creating a Safe Environment Vehicle maintenance areas, such as mechanic shops and auto body shops, have some intense requirements when it comes to their flooring. There are a range of different facilities that require garage flooring, including dealership maintenance areas, independent commercial repair garages, vehicle maintenance chains and franchises, governmental and […]

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Choosing a LEED-Compliant Industrial Flooring System for Your Facility

More and more, LEED certification is a topic that comes up when discussing building construction. Environmentally friendly building materials and sustainability are becoming increasingly important to many facility owners, so it’s not surprising that virtually every aspect of the building process, including the materials, can be carried out to green specifications. Flooring is no exception, […]

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Consider Cementitious Urethane Floors for Food Safety

The commercial food safety practices within the United States have been in the news recently. According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an astounding 48 million people are affected by foodborne illnesses in the United States each year, which translates to 15 percent of the American population. Around 4,200 people are […]

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Care and Maintenance of Industrial Epoxy Flooring

Epoxy flooring and other seamless commercial, industrial and institutional systems provide durable surfaces that are not only attractive, but also very simple to maintain. With just a few steps, keeping a facility’s resinous or epoxy flooring investment in top condition is easy and inexpensive. A regular schedule of routine sweeping and occasional light scrubbing will […]

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Advantages of Cementitious Urethane Over Common Quarry Tile

When considering the many aspects of successful facility management, having the right high performance floor might be easily overlooked. However, a well-selected, quality flooring system is one of the most important investments a business can make. Any industrial, commercial or institutional facility desiring a sanitary, low-maintenance flooring solution will appreciate the benefits of cementitious urethane. […]

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Fight the Elements with Cold Temperature Epoxy Flooring

When it comes to installation of industrial or commercial flooring systems, environmental factors play a large part in the decision-making process. Discerning facility managers searching for a cold temperature commercial flooring solution can rely on methyl methacrylate (MMA) systems, polyaspartic coatings and other cutting-edge resinous finishes that can be professionally installed in cool to below […]

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4 Ways to Better Health, Safety & Budgets – Facility Flooring

Regardless of the type of facility under your charge, the health and safety of building occupants is foremost in your mind. Since flooring is something found in every room, wouldn’t it be great if a single solution could both improve a building’s health and safety score and reduce costs? Here are four ways it can: […]

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Proper Concrete Floor Slab Construction for Ideal Coating Conditions

Whether newly poured or an existing slab, concrete floors in commercial, industrial and institutional settings must be structurally sound in order for the installation of a protective floor coating or polymer resurfacer system to be successful. Only upon ascertaining this, can facility managers proceed with their plans to have a new concrete floor topping installed. […]

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