All Surface Restoration installs high performance resinous flooring systems (epoxy, urethane and polyaspartics). Our resinous seamless flooring include solid color, vinyl flake and colored quartz (sand) flooring. 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.
There are no short cuts in the process of coating your concrete floors, attention to detail is a must. We have worked on many concrete slabs that are badly cracked, spalled, oil soaked and very dirty after decades of use. We have the right equipment to properly prepare your substrate so that your coating becomes one with your concrete. We diamond grind the concrete to remove the top layer of concrete to properly prepare the surface to bond to our epoxy primers. Many times we also need to "float" the floor to fill in divots and chips. All cracks are filled and ground flush with the rest of the floor. The end result is a smooth floor that bonds as one with our coatings. Our grinding machines are equipped with dust shrouds that keep dust to a minimum.
All Surface Restoration can restore your concrete slab or prepare it for floor coverings. We have the equipment to remove ceramic tile, sheet goods, (vct) or epoxy coatings in order to facilitate installation of your new flooring. We can provide a smooth and bondable surface ready for any coating or floor covering. More info ...
We warrenty our installations for a period of two years from the time of installation. We do not warrenty failures due to hydrostatic water pressure originating from below the slab. We warrenty our coatings against delamination, peeling or pre-mature wear-out.
Our service area includes Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Vermont.