Industrial floor coatings are made from a variety of materials, including epoxy and acrylic, to create a clear or colored finish over your concrete floors. You may choose to add it to your existing areas or install it with a newly constructed surface. Our products are high-quality and guaranteed to meet the needs of your business. Discover the benefits of industrial floor coatings to find out why this option is important to your business.

1. Durability

One of the most important benefits of installing industrial floor coatings is their durable quality. You need a product that will hold up to wear and tear for several years, whether that is simply foot traffic or something more abrasive. Adding a protective layer to your concrete floors will ensure that they last for years to come with minimal maintenance needed. We install in rooms and buildings of all sizes, including many installations over 75,000 square feet.

When concrete floors become damaged, they can crack, chip, and pit. If your concrete floors have deteriorated, they can benefit from resurfacing. Resurfacing can smooth off cracks and fill in gaps, giving your concrete a brand-new appearance. This simple process levels the surface and prepares it for the application of industrial floor coatings. These coatings will ensure the same damage cannot be repeated and creates a floor that is strong.

2. Customization

No matter what comes in contact with your floor, there is a floor coating option that will protect it. We can install a thick concrete floor coating that is up to 125 mil (thousandths of an inch) to withstand heavy vehicle traffic. Our coatings can also be made to resist chemicals, oil, and other hazardous or staining products. If your floors will often come in contact with a significant amount of water, we can ensure they are moisture resistant. If you have specific needs, we can plan your project to meet or exceed them.

3. Professionalism

A high-quality industrial floor coating gives your buildings a professional, finished appearance no matter how it is used. Our products are popular in manufacturing facilities, car dealerships, health care offices, food manufacturers, and in United States military facilities. We can install our products in conference rooms, warehouses, hallways, cafeterias, and bathrooms. Our products can also improve your outdoor spaces. A uniform finish throughout your buildings can ensure your floors look their best, everywhere.

4. Maintenance

Industrial floor coatings are easy to care for and maintain a like-new appearance. Unfinished concrete is naturally porous and will attract dirt and debris, which contributes to long-term wear. Our options can be made waterproof and dust resistant. This makes cleaning a simple process, often with just a broom and mop. Choose a glossy or high-shine finish for a clean look with minimal effort. For high-traffic areas, a multicolored finish can reduce the visibility of dust between cleanings.

5. Aesthetics

The appearance of your floors is not something that should be overlooked. We offer a range of colored finish options, as well as multicolored patterns. You can create a warm and comfortable environment where both visitors and employees will feel at home. Our products provide a balance between the functional and aesthetic qualities of workplace flooring.

Installing new industrial floor coatings is our specialty. If you are considering this for your business, contact us through the Got a Project form and we will provide a brief no-cost consultation. We are available throughout the areas of Manchester, NH; Boston, MA; Hartford, CT; Albany, NY; and elsewhere in the region. You can also keep in contact with us by entering your name and email address in the submission form to the right.

Concrete Flooring Service Area

ICS provides concrete solutions to all of the northeast. Here is a small list of cities and towns where we have completed many industrial and commercial concrete flooring applications.

Portland, MaineBangor, MaineAugusta, Maine
Nashua, New HampshireManchester, New HampshirePortsmouth, New Hampshire
Boston, MassachusettsWorecester, MassachusettsSpringfield, Massachusetts
Burlington, VermontMontpelier, VermontSt. Johnsbury, Vermont
Providence, Rhode IslandWarwick, Rhode IslandCranston, Rhode Island
Hartford, ConnecticutNew Haven, ConnecticutStamford, Connecticut
New YorkNew JerseyPennsylvania