APF Epoxy Blog

How to Address Moisture Testing in Your Contracts

Posted August 4th, 2016 by Peter Collins

As a flooring contractor, you’re not responsible for moisture in the concrete slab. However, you could be held responsible for any damage caused to the floor coating that you installed, as well as any associated damages, if you did not test for the presence of moisture prior to the coating’s application in order to determine its suitability for coating or covering

 

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Floor Maintenance Troubleshooting: Breaking Down Common Conditions and Solutions

Posted June 21st, 2016 by Paul Scheidmantel

It’s critical to maintain your coated floors in order to extend their life and protect your investment. In Tips to Properly Maintain Coated Floors, I provided you with the steps to include in a regular floor maintenance program. Here, I’m breaking down common maintenance issues and offering solutions

 

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Tips to Properly Maintain Coated Floors

Posted June 21st, 2016 by Paul Scheidmantel

Proper maintenance will increase the longevity of your coated floor, and improve the gloss retention overall appearance.   The frequency of maintenance will depend on your work environment and the amount of dirt soilage that accumulates. Dirt and dust are abrasive

 

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Avoid Common Pitfalls with Hot Weather Installations Using These Rules of Thumb

Posted June 14th, 2016 by Peter Collins

All other things being equal, summertime conditions can lead to numerous problems for high-performance floor installations because the rise in temperature changes the application behavior of all polymer-based floor coating materials. To help you combat these heat-related issues, we’ve compiled the most common sources of problems, and rules of thumb to overcome them

 

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