No two jobs are ever alike. That’s a hard-fast rule in the world of concrete. And it’s never truer than when working with concrete flooring. When looking at a job, there are a number of different aspects to consider that are the difference between a job well done and a call from an unhappy client
Floor striping can be essential for safe aisles, hazardous areas, passageways in warehouses, distribution centers and similar facilities. Yet applying safety stripes can be challenging – you have to carefully consider need, placement, product selection, transparency, potential bleed through and surface roughness, among other factors
Although the installation of protective floor coatings isn’t rocket science, if there’s a parallel between space flight and the installation of effective, durable floor coatings it would be that, ensuring success in both fields needs to be approached with a thorough understanding of the dynamics that will guarantee that success before execution of the project ever actually begins.
There are two types of cove when it comes to seamless polymer flooring (epoxy, cementitious urethane, etc.): radius cove and cant cove. Both use a polymer/sand combination and are applied by trowel, although one should be applied by a very skilled technician