Industrial Concrete Floors
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Installing Industrial Concrete Floors
There are few materials that can withstand the elements the way that concrete can. From heavy machinery to frequent foot traffic, industrial spaces need the durability and longevity that only concrete floors can offer.
On top of its ability to withstand heavy weight, regular use, and impact, concrete is also much easier to maintain and clean than surfaces like wood or vinyl flooring. Industrial spaces are also likely to have a greater buildup of dust, dirt, and debris, so it’s vital to keep these areas as clean as possible.
Concrete floors offer a variety of finishes and coating options to meet the needs of each unique industrial space. From polished concrete to stained concrete floors, and even epoxy floor coating, Concrete Texturing can provide a concrete floor solution that works well for any industrial space.
Polished Concrete Floors
The process of creating a polished finish to concrete floors involves grinding and resurfacing an existing concrete surface. This option doesn’t require waxing or further coating, making it a great, low-maintenance option for many industrial spaces.
Polished concrete floors offer incredible savings because all it requires is the proper equipment to grind down the existing concrete to the desired smoothness and shine. This eliminates the need to pay for additional materials.
On top of the cost savings, polished concrete floors are resistant to high foot traffic, require less maintenance while offering greater longevity, are highly reflective to make industrial spaces brighter and therefore safer, and are resistant to moisture absorption.
If you’re interested in a polished finish for your Las Vegas industrial concrete floors, contact Concrete Texturing today to schedule an estimate.
Stained Concrete Floors
Another great option for industrial concrete floors is staining. Acid staining is particularly effective in protecting industrial concrete floors — especially for outdoor spaces. Acid stain concrete is resistant to UV rays and abrasion, so the stained finish won’t fade or wear over time.
Stained concrete floors are an excellent option for industrial spaces where color and texture can be appreciated.
This style is also incredibly durable, and it adds a level of design that makes an industrial space feel more inviting and complete — even if it is just a warehouse or parking garage. If you’re interested in a durable flooring option that also adds style to your industrial space, contact Concrete Texturing to schedule a consultation.
Epoxy Floor Coating
Another option for your concrete floors that has gained a lot of traction for industrial spaces is epoxy floor coating. This type of concrete coating not only adds dimension and color to your concrete floors, but it’s also incredibly durable and adds a little bit of cushion to each step.
The customization options for epoxy floor coating are nearly endless. From chip epoxy to colored epoxy, and even metallic epoxy, the level of detail and versatility all depend on what you’re looking for.
With a variety of decorative finishes to choose from, it’s still good to know that you have high-performance concrete floors that can withstand heavy foot traffic, vehicles, the elements, and are easy to take care of. If you’re interested in epoxy floor coating for your industrial space, reach out to the Concrete Texturing team to get started.
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Concrete Texturing is dedicated to providing services that our clients are completely satisfied with. We’ve worked on a variety of industrial concrete projects, such as warehouses, commercial garages, U.S. Air Force Base facilities, high-traffic areas like FedEx Distribution Centers, and so much more. Get in touch with our team today to start working on your Las Vegas industrial concrete floors.
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If you’re ready to get started improving your commercial concrete floors, then Concrete Texturing is ready to help.
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