Concrete surfaces can be compromised over time by any number of factors including chemical attack, frequent wash downs, high traffic areas, thermal shock and impact from heavy equipment.
One of the most critical aspects of resurfacing concrete is to properly prepare the damaged substrate. At Applied, we utilize state of the art equipment to ensure the resurfacing is well bonded. This helps ensure a long-term durable surface.
When concrete surfaces appear badly worn or damaged, it does not mean that the concrete must be removed and replaced.
Using a combination of specialized tools and polymer technology, Applied can provide concrete floor resurfacing solutions specifically designed for your unique and demanding environment. There are a number of color and design combinations to choose from, ensuring that your floor remains unique and meets your specific needs.
Our solutions provide superior and more durable solutions than the original concrete surface. Your damaged concrete surface can be transformed to into brand new and beautiful again.
- Coatings – Epoxy, Polyurethane, MMA, Polyurea, Polyaspartic, Chemical Resistant
- Electrostatic Dissipative (ESD) flooring Solutions – Anti-Static, Spark-Proof
- Vapor Mitigation Systems
- Safety Lines
The preparation of a bondable surface is crucial to the performance of your floor installation. We understand that speed and dust control are prime objectives to minimize your down-time, which Applied always includes prior to floor installation, or can be provided as a service alone.
Chipping- Detailing of surface cover removal of localized areas of dead concrete. These are all crucial to 100% performance.
Hand Diamond Grinding with Dust Control- Advanced dry grinding diamond technology allows for hand grinding to efficiently prepare edges, under equipment and constricted areas.
Scarification with Dust Control- Scarification allows for effective surface removal for localized and restricted areas.
Mechanical Shotblasting- High speed surface profiling and the removal of thin-film coating for large areas.
Dry Diamond Grinding- High speed surface removal of up to 1/2 inch thick polymer coverings for large areas.