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What’s the Difference Between Epoxy and Acrylic Sealers?

The Differences between Epoxy and Acrylic Sealers When deciding on which sealer to use for your concrete floors, it is best to look at a few main differences between epoxy and acrylic sealers. There are pros and cons to each sealer in terms of the finished look, economics, downtime, and whether you should use it inside or outside. Many people refer to “stained concrete,” “epoxy floors,” “sealed concrete floors,” or even “polished concrete,” as a floor that has been ground smooth, possibly stained or applied with a topcoat of epoxy (usually clear but can be colored), polyurethane, polyaspartic coatings, or an...

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Polished Concrete Benefits  

Benefits of Polished Concrete   Colorado Concrete Repair specializes in industrial and commercial flooring solutions, including polished concrete, so we’d like to take a moment to share with you polished concrete benefits. Polished concrete floors are a green flooring solution that also contribute to the awarding of a LEED designation; they are also durable and increase the ambient lighting in each space. Let’s review the some of the benefits of polished concrete below.    Some of the benefits of polished concrete include:   Stain-Resistant: The mechanical process of polishing the concrete, including densifying and sealing the surface, tightens the porous concrete floor to repel liquids,...

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Warehouse Floor Resurfacing

Warehouse Floor Resurfacing: When Is It Time to Resurface Your Warehouse Floor and What Do You Need to Consider?   Colorado Concrete Repair specializes in warehouse floor resurfacing in the Denver metro and Rocky Mountain region. We have the powerful machinery and equipment to take on 1,000 sq. ft. projects to more than 10,000 sq. ft. projects. Our specialties include: concrete grinding, polished concrete, and epoxy, or concrete coatings.   How Do You Know It's Time for a Warehouse Floor Resurfacing? Is Your Warehouse Floor Ready for a Resurface?   Warehouse floors take on a lot of wear and tear from machinery, including forklifts, foot traffic,...

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Epoxy Urethane Floor Coating

Epoxy Urethane Floor Coating - A Recent Project Colorado Concrete Repair specializes in epoxy urethane floor coatings. We have spent the last decade learning all that we can about the concrete repair and coatings business. We are your experts in transforming dull, spalling, cracked concrete warehouse floors into beautiful, durable, high-performance, and easy-to-clean concrete floors. This past May we refinished a waterproofing membrane manufacturing facility’s 8,000 sq. ft. concrete floor. Our client requested a high-performance floor coating that would brighten up their facility and that would be easier to maintain with good traction to meet safety requirements. The Decision-Making Process: To meet their specifications,...

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Epoxy Coating for a Fort Collins City Building

Epoxy Coating Project Complete We completed an epoxy coating project in the Fort Collins Power and Light office building this past month. The client chose to install the quarter inch Copper Mountain flake epoxy system, so that it would be easy to clean, durable to high traffic, and look good. The job was a big success! We transformed 15,000 square feet of rough and unlevel concrete that was previously carpeted into a beautiful, seamless, easy-to-clean floor. The client had decided on this application after having a previous section done and having seen how well it performed with workers walking through the...

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Floor Finish and What You Need to Know

Do I Need Floor Finish?   Often our clients ask us if or when they need to apply floor finish. Our viewpoint on when to apply floor finish might be different from some in our industry, but it is this way for a reason. The main goal of floor finish or wax, is to prolong the life of the sealed concrete. That is why many people in the industry call it a "sacrificial wear surface." This sacrificial wear surface is beneficial in many ways, however, once you apply it, you must reapply as your regular maintenance routine. Therefore, in most cases, we recommend...

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Industrial Flooring Options

What are your options when choosing an industrial flooring finish? Industrial Flooring Options Whether you own or manage a manufacturing warehouse, brewery, food facility, fire station, furniture store, retail store, veterinary facility, or even a pole barn, you want tough floors that will outlast the wear and tear of the daily grind. We'll explore the various industrial flooring options with you in this article, and hopefully we'll leave you with more knowledge to decide which flooring application is best for your situation.   There are many flooring options to consider, but which one is the best for your business or project needs? Let's take...

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Decorative Concrete Warehouse Floor

[caption id="attachment_22135" align="aligncenter" width="768"] Home Stars Furniture Warehouse {Parker Location} - Polished Concrete Floor[/caption] Warehouse floors are perfect candidates for decorative concrete, like polished concrete, epoxy floors, stained concrete, or concrete sealing.   As you can see in this picture, Home Stars business owner decided to go with decorative concrete, and in particular a polished concrete floor for his new location in Parker, Colorado, because of its neutral, yet stylish and modern look. He really wanted to showcase his luxury furniture and have the floor as more of a backdrop. Decorative concrete, like polished concrete, epoxy floors, and stained concrete are ideal options...

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Furniture Warehouse Opens 2nd Store in Parker, CO and Opts for Polished Concrete

Warehouse Polished Concrete Floor Home Stars opened up its second location in Parker, Colorado, and chose to show off its fine collection of furniture with a polished concrete floor. We were happy to work alongside owner, Mark, and his general contractor, Bryan, to give them the floor that would stunningly show off their beautiful collection! Polished concrete is a perfect choice for show rooms, such as a furniture show room. The main reason our client wanted polished concrete in the show room is to have it look both neutral and trendy. He wanted a floor that would show off his collection, yet...

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