Risky Business: Are You a Gambler or an Investor? No one wants a call back because of an issue with the floor they’ve installed. The contractor knows it could cost them money and/or reputation, depending how they handle it. Often, the manufacturer of the material knows they will be blamed for the issue before they even arrive
Daniel Owen, ICP Construction’s R&D/Technology Director, Specialty Flooring, shared important considerations for installing slip-resistant flooring in recent article for CoatingsPro.
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