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How to Repair Hollow Spots in Concrete Floors

When pouring a concrete slab, air or water can get trapped in the substrate during the finishing process, causing voids. If left untreated, voids or hollow spots lead to delamination, where a thin surface layer of concrete detaches from the slab and chips away. While time often reveals these hollow spots, they can also cause […]

How to Prepare and Apply a Polyaspartic Epoxy Coating to a Garage Floor

If your garage floor is currently a polished concrete surface, and you’d like to apply an epoxy coating, getting long-lasting, durable results requires more steps than you may realize. To help you get a professional outcome, we’re walking you through how to prepare a slab and install a polyaspartic epoxy coating on your garage floor. […]

How to Remove Multiple Floor Coatings from Concrete

If you have to lay down a new floor coating, the surface preparation steps are key to the success, durability, and longevity of the coating properly bonding to the concrete. To help you, we’re walking you through how to remove multiple floor coatings before laying a new coating. Be sure to check out the video […]

Partnering the Right Shot Blaster and Dust Collector

When it comes to surface preparation, shot blasting is one of the most common methods to clean surfaces of rust, paint, and ground in dirt while getting the right profile for successfully laying a urethane, epoxy, or mastic coating. However, shot blasters create a significant amount of dust that isn’t just a mess, it’s dangerous […]

How to Install a Smooth Epoxy Flake Floor

Installing an epoxy coating with a resin flake design is a popular way to add dimension and color to a traditional concrete slab. However, we wanted to create a new look with flake by eliminating the profiled effect and creating a smooth epoxy flake floor. We’re providing you with a step-by-step tutorial of this process, […]

How to Install a Multicolor Concrete Floor

While concrete is a serviceable material, up until recently, it wasn’t thought of as being beautiful. In the past few decades, we’ve seen how it can take on new life with dyes, stains, tinted coatings, and flake designs. These give you the opportunity to get creative with your concrete surfaces. We’re walking you through how […]

Clean, Repair, and Fill a Control Joint

Concrete control joints are a necessary part of a stable, durable slab, allowing individual sections of the concrete to contract while curing or shifting and moving over time without cracking or causing damage to adjacent pieces. Learn how to properly clean, repair, and fill a concrete joint in our step-by-step guide, and be sure to […]