Grind and Seal Concrete
Grind and seal concrete flooring system is an economical epoxy flooring system. This resinous floor allows for a clean and even new concrete surface at a great price point.
Creating a dust-free and new look for any space.
Different project, but the same warehouse flooring system
Existing Conditions: We were doing an installation for our clients' storage room, and they loved our job so much that they wanted us to complete their cafeteria floors. This Cafeteria floor had many cracks in the concrete and was very difficult to keep sanitary, especially due to the spillage of food and beverages. Our client was looking for a more aesthetically pleasing floor while also having a floor that is easier to keep clean for many years to come without breaking the bank.
Preparation of Existing Conditions: The existing concrete floor was in good condition foundationally but still required diamond grinding to create a mechanical profile to remove any surface contaminants allow resins to adhere well. In addition, our installation team edged all the walls to floor joints to ensure quality bonding throughout. From there we created keyways at all terminations to eliminate elevation differences where the new flooring meets the existing substrate. Next, we vacuumed the entire space to remove all dust particles. Finally, we patched any imperfections using quick-cure epoxy putty to ensure the floor will be a flat surface everywhere and now we are ready to apply the broadcast coat.
Products Installed: The first step of the installation for the warehouse floor painting system on this cafeteria floor was to apply the system primer, which is100% solid epoxy hybrid for moisture vapor barrier up to 99% RH. Once we applied the system primer, we were ready to apply the base coat, 100% solid epoxy. Lastly, our installation team applies the system grout coat and system topcoat, 100% solid scratch resistant topcoat to ensure the longevity of the floors.
Conclusion: This installation was rather routine, and done extremely quickly. When our client told us he wanted this done in three days, our crew worked overtime to ensure this resinous floor would be done on time and properly. Our team was able to create a cafeteria flooring system that would not only be eye-catching but would have to be fully chemical resistant and hold up against food, beverages, and oils. If you want to know more about grind and seal concrete flooring, please contact the leading warehouse flooring contractor at 732-384-5577.
Here is the finished epoxy flooring system. This system is not only cost effective but creates a clean and neat look for your workspace