ST. PAUL, Minn.
- June 24, 2019
-- Advantage Coating provides commercial concrete floor resurfacing. They want to discuss the benefits of resurfacing versus getting a new concrete floor. Concrete floors are a popular option for many commercial businesses. They are durable and affordable. However, over time concrete can crack, chip or peel, indicating it's time for something to be done.
Instead of laying a new concrete floor, business owners can choose to have the concrete resurfaced. Advantage Coating can apply epoxy resurfacers to fix concrete damage and minimize future problems.
Commercial concrete floor resurfacing can add durability and stain resistance that will last for many years. Resurfacing can hide imperfections and decrease the look of tire marks or other scuffs.
Resurfacing is also budget friendly. Compared to pouring new concrete or slab replacement, resurfacing is an affordable way to fix damaged concrete. It can fill in holes and cracks to revive the current floor. It will also smooth out the damaged area, providing a new level surface for working.
Depending on the size of the area that needs resurfaced and the extent of the damage, Advantage Coating has a few different options. For small jobs, hand-troweled products can be used. For larger areas, self-leveling or power-troweled resurfacing will be used to restore the floor. To make the floor even more durable, special resurfacing materials can be used that will resist damage from chemicals. No matter what option owners choose, they will be left with a floor that is smooth, durable, easy to clean and resistant to damage and wear.
In addition to the functionality of concrete floor resurfacing, the aesthetics will be improved as well. Clients can even add a special look with resurfacing, adding color, tints and designs. Different work areas can be designated by the flooring for safety, or designs and colors can be added just for fun.
Since 1993, Advantage Coating has been installing concrete floor coatings for various types of businesses, from medical to industrial. They install acrylics, conductive, electrostatic discharge, epoxies, secondary containment and urethanes. They also specialize in concrete polishing and epoxy resurfacing. They help concrete floors look better and last longer. Advantage Coating is proud to serve Minnesota and the surrounding states of Wisconsin, Iowa, North Dakota and South Dakota. To learn more about commercial concrete floor resurfacing, visit the blog at https://www.advantagecoating.com/getting-the-facts-about-commercial-concrete-floor-resurfacing-st-paul/