Concrete Surface Coatings provide a wide range of concrete floor coatings for commercial, industrial and retail floor spaces. This includes Polished Concrete Floors, Epoxy Floor Coatings, Polyurethane Floor Coatings and Concrete Sealers.

Warehouse and Factory Floor Coatings

Warehouse and factory floors need to be protected with either a sealer or an epoxy floor coating. This will increase the aesthetics of the work area and protect the concrete surface. Industrial floors may also be required to be non-slip. Learn more.

Polished Concrete Floors

Polished Concrete Floors have become very popular over the last 15 years. Due to the availability of concrete grinding and polishing machines and price decreases in concrete floor chemicals. Polished Concrete Floors are cost effective as the price only includes labour costs and materials are minimal. Polished Concrete Floors are great for cafes, restaurants and shops. Polished Concrete Floors provide a natural and light atmosphere. Learn more.

If you own a mechanics workshop, panel beating workshop or a car dealership. Epoxy floor coating can make your workshop safer, lighter and increase the professional image of your business. Learn more.

Commercial Kitchens | Food Processing Floor Coatings

Food storage and preparation areas need to be kept hygienic and durable. Commercial kitchens usually require a polyurethane non-slip floor coating as it is hygienic and safe when wet. We can also apply epoxy screeds over a floor to help with draining in wet areas. Learn more.

Chemical Resistant Industrial Floor Coatings

In industrial processing plants. Chemical resistant or chemical proof coatings are essential. Depending on the types of chemical exposure there are different types of floor coatings that react or don’t react with the chemicals found in that environment. Learn more.

Medical Practice Floor Coatings

We can apply various types of epoxy and polyurethane floor coatings depending on the legislative standards and environment that the floor will be used. Medical Practices require a floor that is hygienic and non-slip. Learn more.