Waterproofing the Floor Protects What's Below
Accidents happen all the time.
If it’s a water spill, chemical spill, product spill, pipes bursting or broken fire sprinkler head, you can be sure it will happen when nobody is around. It can cause product contamination, equipment damage and a big mess ensuring hours of clean up and possibly shutting down production for a period of time.
Concrete is a strong, durable product, but it is porous and does develop cracks over time. Untreated, it is a perfect pathway for water, chemicals or other liquid spills to find their through to interrupt production, ruin products or office space below.
Waterproofing materials provided and installed by Concare allow for the natural movement of concrete by bridging cracks and creating a 'bathtub' effect with a flexible material that moves along with the concrete providing continuous protection.
Waterproofing is a suitable application as a stand alone solution or as part of a great flooring solution to solve chemical, sanitation or safety concerns on the floor above.
If chemicals are present and there’s a chance of splash, spill or immersion, add chemical resistance to the mix. Better yet, ensure the safety of the facility and employees by creating a slip resistant surface.
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to any Industrial customer to provide a high quality floor resurfacing or new floor coating. Their workmanship is superb. The crew foreman had his crew here when he said they would be, and they worked extremely hard to get the job done on time and left the areas cleaner than when they started.
I was honestly amazed that the project was done on time due to the amount of work and the holiday’s, but they did. They worked around the clock, finished the job sooner than initially projected."
-- Facilities and Maintenance Manager