All Surface Restoration installs high performance resinous flooring systems (epoxy, urethane and polyaspartics) and concrete polishing.
Our resinous epoxy and urethane seamless flooring include solid color, vinyl flake and colored quartz (sand) coatings. With many colors to choose from, our epoxy coatings are decorative and functional.
The systems we offer can be tailored to the type of coating needed to safetly support the traffic your floor will see, from heavy forklifts to pedestrian walkways. Our urethane and epoxy coating are used across all types of facilities including commercial buildings, residential garages, kennels, warehouses, caferterias, medical offices and educational facilities.
Our concrete coatings are ideal for areas that require a safe, clean, durable, and aesthetically appealing flooring solution. Our concrete coatings will provide exceptional value and performance over other types of flooring because they are seamless (no grout lines) and waterproof. Maintainence is easy on an epoxy floor, all you need to do is mop or use an auto-scrubber. Wax does not need to be applied to our coatings so periodic stripping and waxing is not needed.
Concrete polishing transforms ordinary concrete into a beautiful, durable, easy-to-clean surface. Polished concrete is the newest, most innovative flooring today. The concrete can be colored before final polish so you have a choice other than gray. See our Concrete Polishing page for more info.
Polishing concrete correctly is a very time consuming process. The general rule is to start the initial grinding with a metal bond 30-grit diamond and finish with a 1500 or 3000-grit resin bond diamond, depending on the gloss level required. These diamonds are impregnated inside metal (grinding process) or resin (polishing process). The grit size will double on each pass. After the grinding process is finished (30, 80, 120 metal bond), the polishing process begins with the resin bond grits. A transition type tool is used to remove the scratch pattern left by the metal bond diamonds before using the resin bonded grits.
When using the resin grits the steps may be 100, then 200, 400, 800, 1500 and finally 3000 grit. Throughout the process a densifier is used to harden the concrete surface, which allows the concrete to be polished. A number of densifiers can be used; these consist of a lithium, potassium sodium silicates. A grouting step is also used throughout the process to fill in any holes, cracks or imperfections that were exposed from the initial coarse grinding step. The concrete is then sealed with a impregnating sealer; this sealer penetrates the pores of the concrete preventing any staining from oils and spills.