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Why is Surface Preparation So Important?

When you install an industrial floor, you are expecting it to last for the years ahead. They are meant to be durable and long-lasting options that can withstand even the greatest amounts of foot traffic or wear and tear. Unfortunately, this might not be the case if...

PU (Polyurethane Cement) Flooring vs. Ceramic Tiles

Choosing the right floor for an industrial setting has always been a tricky endeavor. Contractors know that commercial grade carpets and hardwood floors aren’t going to be able to withstand the pressure,  friction and ability to be continuously cleaned aggressively....

How Durable is an Epoxy Floor?

Industrial settings often have a difficult time selecting a floor that is going to hold up well under the extreme wear and tear of a warehouse. There is plenty of friction, spills, and other daily occurrences that would ruin most flooring types. However, many...

Epoxy Flooring for Basements

Choosing the right flooring for the basement can be tricky because of the moisture in a below-grade area. Many of the more common types of flooring, including hardwood and laminate floors, aren’t approved for this type of application. You want something that is going...

How to Clean Polished Concrete Floors

Polished Concrete floors are an excellent option for most shop owners because they are extremely durable and low-maintenance. Nobody wants to spend more time than they have to sweep and mop their floors. Scrubbing them on your hands and knees can be a thing of the...

Best Flooring for High Traffic Areas

Everyone wants to install the most durable flooring in a high traffic area, but how do you know which one to choose? You will need to be more cautious when selecting flooring for a high traffic area because it will need to stand up to more wear and tear. Selecting the...