Self-leveling epoxy is applied over new, old, cracked, or damaged concrete floors to create a smooth, seamless, durable, and low maintenance flooring surface.
Stamped Concrete is a revolutionary skilled technique. It incorporates colors and patterns to freshly poured concrete on driveways, paths & patios.
A tile is a manufactured piece of hard-wearing material such as ceramic, stone, porcelain, metal or even glass. Tiles are generally used for covering roofs, floors, and walls.
Homogeneous vinyl sheet flooring is the one single layer flooring with same content from top to bottom made by same mixed raw materials.
This is the strongest epoxy floor system available. This high-build, seamless system is made with 100% solids epoxy and graded sand or quartz sand and then troweled into place.
Terrazzo is a highly versatile building material used as flooring, walls, countertops in indoor applications. Terrazzo can be either poured in place or set with precast.
Polished concrete is a multi-step process where a concrete floor is mechanically ground, honed and polished with bonded abrasives in order to cut a concrete floor's surface.
The APP membrane, short for Atactic Polypropylene Membrane, is a special waterproofing material that is manufactured from Bitumen. They come in rolls.
Air dry epoxy coatings for metal are self-priming, corrosion resistant coatings that are recommended for use where a high performance, chemically resistant coating is desired.
Laminate is a floor covering that appears similar to hardwood but is made with a plywood or medium density fiberboard ("MDF") core with a plastic laminate top layer.
The surface of concrete floors is usually uneven, making it difficult to fix tiles, epoxies, vinyl’s, carpet, plastic flooring etc.
Car Park Epoxy Flooring; –Modern floors u Limited’s high build epoxy and stamped concrete deck floor systems are flexible in terms of color and design,
Electro-static charge (ESD) can be extremely dangerous in many work environments. Anti-static epoxy/vinyl flooring helps to reduce static hazards.