Concrete Urethane – 8 Reasons It’s the Right Floor Choice for the Food Processing Industry

2022-05-17T19:29:41+00:00By |Blog|

The food processing industry requires industrial strength floors that can withstand serious abuse, and concrete urethane is one of the best choices. Chemical and oils spills, heavy loads, and constant traffic, are only a few of the reasons plant managers need rugged flooring solutions. Here are eight reasons concrete urethane is up for the challenge

Industrial Epoxy Floor Coating: 5 Ways Epoxy Coatings Can Create a Safe and Secure Work Environment

2022-05-17T19:29:41+00:00By |Blog|

One major goal for every company is to create a work environment that ensures overall safety and productivity for all employees. A great solution is to apply a safe coat of industrial epoxy floor coating on to your floor. It is a cost effective solution that provides long term protection and an improved look for

4 Reasons Why Epoxy Floors May Be Your Ideal Industrial Flooring System

2022-05-17T19:29:41+00:00By |Blog, Industrial Flooring|

Finding the ideal industrial flooring system for a space and facility can be a huge concern. It is crucial to have the right flooring to maintain productivity and minimize risk of damage and injury. Not to mention it has to look good, be easy to maintain, and last. Epoxy flooring offers facility managers and owners

Diamond Grinding vs. Shot Blasting: Which Method Should You Use?

2022-05-17T19:29:41+00:00By |Blog|

Shot blasting concrete and diamond grinding are both methods used to prepare floors for epoxies and resurfacers when installing new flooring systems. But which is the best method for you and your floor installation? How do you determine which technique will better support your new flooring system? Let’s delve into these approaches and find out.

Epoxy or Polyurethane? Here’s What You Need to Know.

2022-05-19T20:52:25+00:00By |Blog, Concrete Floor Options|

Epoxy Coating vs Polyurethane Coating?  Both epoxy coating and polyurethane coating are used in industrial and commercial settings across the globe. Both types of products offer their own set of advantages and considerations, which can make choosing between the two difficult.  Luckily, we’re industrial flooring pros and can guide you in the right direction.

What is the Best Epoxy Flooring Solution for the Manufacturing Industry?

2022-05-17T19:30:05+00:00By |Blog|

Deciding on what type of flooring to use in your industrial manufacturing facility can be a difficult task. There are many factors that come into play in determining what the best epoxy flooring for manufacturing is.  This article addresses the reasons Epoxy Flooring is ideal for facilities that manufacture goods. Your facility likely faces

4 Ways Clear Resin Topcoats Will Improve Your Industrial Facility

2022-05-17T19:30:06+00:00By |Blog, Industrial Flooring|

Epoxy floor coatings with  improve the appearance, longevity and durability of many types of industrial facilities. When Liquid Floors installs epoxy floor coatings, we often suggest an additional layer of clear epoxy resin in the form of Clear Resin Topcoats in order to further protect and beautify your new liquid floor. Clear resin topcoats provide an additional

Epoxy Flooring vs. Bare Cement

2022-05-17T19:30:07+00:00By |Blog, Industrial Flooring|

Epoxy flooring vs. bare cement. Which is ideal for industrial or manufacturing facilities? Not all industrial or manufacturing facilities are alike and many Facility managers do not feel the need for epoxy floor coatings and instead carry-on with the cement floors that came with the facility. In this article, we are looking at the benefits

​Preparing an Industrial Facility Floor for Polymer Flooring Installation

2022-05-17T19:30:07+00:00By |Blog, Industrial Flooring|

It is absolutely critical that your concrete floors are properly prepared for the application and installation of polymer flooring. There are many different ways to prepare a floor for coating and it is critical that the proper preparation steps are taken based on the current status of the flooring to be coated. Clean the Floor The

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