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Diverse Use of Resinous Flooring Systems at Sporting Venues

Posted December 10th, 2012 by Daniel Owen

Over the past decade, resinous flooring and architectural concrete surfaces have secured a foothold in sporting areas. And why shouldn't they? Our products are attractive, durable and easily customizable to fit the design needs of each venue. Here’s a quick look at where these resinous flooring products are most effective...

 

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Concrete Professionals: Bringing Value to Customers, Establishing Realistic Expectations

Posted November 16th, 2012 by Daniel Owen 0 Comments

As concrete repair and protection professionals, how do we bring real value to our customers? This is an important question we need to ask ourselves from time to time. I am a big believer that the best value we can bring is us! Our expertise! We do it day in and day out, probably on every job we set foot on

 

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The Significance of Dew Point in Polymer Floor Coatings

Posted October 22nd, 2012 by Peter Collins

Simply put, the dew point is equal to the temperature at which condensation begins to form, depending upon the amount of moisture (humidity) in the immediate, surrounding atmosphere. When condensation forms, it will do so on some sort of surface. That surface can be a bottle of beer, blades of grass, a vehicle’s windshield or virtually any solid surface

 

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What to Consider When Using Hand Troweled Overlays to Create Decorative Effects for Interior Floors

Posted September 17th, 2012 by Daniel Owen

Hand-applied polymer concrete overlays can be used to create beautiful decorative flooring systems for interior floors. These systems can help you achieve the appearance of stone and tile, or they can be troweled smooth to look like colored concrete. They offer an endless array of color and design options, plus they’re typically more economical than competitive flooring materials...

 

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