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Planning Concrete Flooring Projects Around Weather and Climate

In the fall and winter season, inevitably, cooler and sometimes freezing temperatures become a reality on the jobsite. These environmental conditions can wreak havoc during installation if proper precaution and planning is not addressed early on. In addition to cold temperatures, humidity and heat that is common during summer months …
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    What is The Best Test …

    Concrete moisture remains the number one reason for flooring failures and therefore, moisture testing and/or mitigation strategies are always recommended to ensure a successful installation. But what are the methods of testing and are they reliable? Here are a the most common testing methods: Hand-Held Moisture Meters Contractors often ask if hand-held …
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    How To Select the Proper …

    Using the correct diamond tooling will dramatically improve your efficiency and jobsite success, but how do you know which ones to choose for specific jobs? The following is a guide to help you make the diamond tooling choices for your project. DIAMOND BOND BASED ON CONCRETE HARDNESS Selecting the proper bonding for …
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    The 5 Steps of Successful …

    Ask any jobsite manager in the concrete coatings industry how to ensure a smooth installation and they will likely tell you that proper planning has a lot to do with success. As the old adage goes, “By Failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” Don’t leave your jobs to …
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    Are Polyaspartics Better Than Epoxy?

    If you work with resinous-based floor coatings, you’ve probably heard it before; Polyaspartics outperform epoxies and are the “gold standard” for protection and performance. The idea that polyaspartics are better than epoxies is quite common in the garage floor industry and for end-users. This is likely due to consistent and …