Top 3 Benefits Of Grind And Seal Flooring
Updated: Jan 18
There are several benefits to using a grind and seal floor company:
Grind and seal floors are generally more durable than other types of flooring, such as waxed or polished floors, because the sealer provides an extra layer of protection against wear and tear.
Grind and seal floors are easier to maintain than other types of flooring. The sealed surface is more resistant to staining and scratching and can be easily cleaned with a damp mop or cloth.
Grind and seal floors are more environmentally friendly than other types of flooring, as they do not require the use of harsh chemicals or waxes.
Grind and seal floors are relatively quick and easy to install, as they do not require multiple layers or complex finishing processes.
Grind and seal floors can be customized to suit the needs and preferences of the client, with a wide range of colors, textures, and patterns available.
When trying to decide on a new epoxy flooring option for a commercial facility, the task might seem overwhelming at times. There are many different flooring options to choose from, and you might be left wondering what type of epoxy flooring would be best for your specific needs.
While there are an array of options available, one of the most effective options for any type of commercial facility is a grind and seal flooring system.
Grind and seal floors are quick to apply and can be completed without the need to shut down production. But what are the other key benefits? Keep reading to find out more.
Grind and Seal Epoxy Flooring Is Cost-Effective
Grind and seal floors are the most cost-effective flooring option available today. This is one of the major draws of installing this type of flooring system, as it is not only economical but leaves your workspace dust-free and looking good.
Concrete resurfacing, another common name for this type of flooring, is achieved by using the original concrete substrate that exists in your facility.
An experienced epoxy contractor will be able to assess any patching and or remediation that might be necessary to create the epoxy flooring system. It is important to point out, that it is critical to use patching material that is not only compatible but quick hydrating so there is no trapped moisture in the final grind and seal the concrete floor.
After the existing substrate is ground down with diamond grinding tools, the floor can be refinished to the desired sheen. Additionally, since there is no existing floor to remove or dispose of, there are no costs associated with the disposal or transfer of materials.
Grind and Seal Concrete Floors Are Easy To Clean And Maintain
Grind and seal concrete floors are simple to maintain and clean, mostly because they do not have the seams or edges for peeling etc.
As long as you keep them properly cleaned, which is as simple as a broom and mop or an auto scrubber. Also, since these flooring systems require little to no maintenance, there will be no time taken away from your production schedule to deal with floor maintenance issues. Concrete floor resurfacing is the simplest way to upgrade your flooring, and it can dramatically improve the way your facility looks and operates.
Grind and Seal Floor Coatings Are Long Lasting
Grind and seal floor coating has a dramatic effect on making your floor last longer, which is another key benefit of installing this type of flooring system.
This is for a variety of reasons, but the most important one is that a grind and seal concrete floor makes the concrete substrate resistant to high abrasion and long-term wear and tear. We like to recommend a clear system as any incidental dragging of pallets we will not show so readily.
Since grind and seal floors use the existing substrate, there also won’t be any peeling, cracking, or, delamination that takes place. This adds to the appeal of this flooring system and is one of the major reasons why commercial facilities choose this option.
If your commercial facility requires a new epoxy flooring system, or you would like an evaluation of your current concrete substrate, give us a call today at High Performance Systems. We can’t wait to hear from you!