From the monthly archives: February 2019

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How Densifiers Protect Industrial Concrete Floors

Whether you’re moving into a new warehouse or refinishing your existing flooring, concrete floors are one of the most attractive and durable options around. Concrete floors create an elegant and clean look that works well for most commercial operations, from large-scale warehouses to smaller-scale operations.

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How Concrete Sealing Protects Your Floor

Concrete floors have continued to grow in popularity over recent years thanks to their incredible durability and versatility of style. They look great with just about any architectural style and work well in everything from trendy restaurants to beautiful, older homes. They’re also tough enough to withstand heavy usage but elegant enough to look stunning even in the most refined establishments.

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Can My Concrete Floor Be Saved From Glue?

Concrete floors are one of the most beautiful flooring options available, and they look great in everything from hip restaurants to large-scale industrial operations. They’re highly customizable, too, which means you can match just about any architectural design or style. If you’ve been thinking about refinishing the concrete floors in your home or business, you may be hesitant because of glue damage from previous flooring.

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4 Great Places for Epoxy Floors in Your Home

When it comes to choosing flooring for your home, it’s easy to get caught up in the most obvious standard flooring choices like carpet and hardwood. But thinking outside the box can be rewarding, especially when it comes to alternative flooring solutions for your home. One of the most unconventional residential flooring options can be found in epoxy. Epoxy floors are not only incredibly durable, but they’re also beautiful, and you’d be surprised at how versatile they are.

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