Jan 13, 2019 | Concrete Coating Company, Slip Resistant Floor Coatings
Whether you are a home or business owner, if you have concrete you should always consider a no-slip concrete coating. At Concrete Coating Systems, we are your premier choice for no-slip concrete coatings. No more slipping and sliding on your flooring. Concrete Coating Systems has got you covered with slip resistant coatings that will last for years on end.
Slipping on Concrete – It doesn’t matter if you are 5 years old or 85 years old, if you slip on concrete, it’s going to hurt
Oct 30, 2018 | Coating Color Options, Concrete Coating Company, Garage Floor Coatings, Polyurea Concrete Coatings, Slip Resistant Floor Coatings
Auto shop professionals have a hard job to do day after day. The last thing a mechanic or auto body technician wants to worry about is floor beneath their feet. Choosing a slip resistant, stain resistant, protective floor coating system that lasts can provide a great return on your investment. Your customers will appreciate the professional presentation and staff will appreciate the easy maintenance of a floor concrete floor coating from Concrete Coating Systems (CCS). There are several factors to consider when selecting the best floor coating that is up for the challenges of the auto industry. The floor coating experts at CCS can provide you superior quality options to fit your time schedule and budget.
Sep 25, 2018 | Concrete Coating Company, Epoxy Floor Coatings, Polyurea Concrete Coatings
If you’re in need of a floor coating for a garage, warehouse, or shop floor you’ve likely heard of two different types of floor coatings: polyurea and epoxy. At Concrete Coating Systems, we have been installing concrete floor coatings since 1985, and in this time we’ve seen a number of different types of coating materials come and go. One material that has been extremely popular, and that we still utilize today is polyurea floor coatings. In this blog, we’ll cover the differences between polyurea floor coatings and epoxy floor coatings and discuss why we continue to recommend polyurea over epoxy time and time again.