Industrial Flooring

We have the coatings you need to refresh your floors.

We know each space is different, so we’ll provide you a quote for multiple floor refinishing options, create a list of pros and cons for each option, and help you determine the best solution for your space.

Grind and Seal

If you just need to clean up your space and aren’t concerned about the aesthetic, a grind and seal may be all you need. We’ll rough up the concrete, densify it, burnish it, and seal it so nothing can penetrate it. And, if there are any gouges in the floor, we can patch them at the same time. This is the best way to clean up your concrete floors quickly.

Polished Concrete

Polished concrete is durable, typically lower cost up front, and can be easier to maintain and clean than other flooring options. It also gives you a shine without being slippery. Lastly, unlike with epoxy floors, if you have polished concrete, you don’t have to shut down for nearly as long because there isn’t a curing process like epoxy requires.

Epoxy Flooring

An epoxy floor is any type of synthetic, resin based coating that’s laid on top of concrete. This flooring can take a little longer to refinish because of the curing process, but it can also last you anywhere from five to ten years.

Our line striping process is made to last.

Line striping should be a part of the concrete floor refinishing process. Instead of painting lines on top of your floor, which can fade quickly, we grind them, apply epoxy paint, and add a clear coat to help them last.

Floor refinishing may take less time than you think.

For a 5000 square foot space it can take anywhere from five to seven days to refinish your floor. For a smaller space, around 1000 square feet, it can take as few as one to two days to refinish your floor.