It’s an unsightly problem that can create a negative first impression among customers – a rusted metal band protruding from a crumbling base. Chipped edges. Severely cracked foundations. Paint flaking off. You get the picture.

We offer an easy fix. One that doesn’t involve removing fuel islands and shutting down a fuel station’s entire operation for days on end while concrete is torn out and re-poured.

Epoxy mortar products work especially well in fuel island applications because the pump does not need to be removed, significantly minimizing the station’s downtime.

Simon Surfaces’ Fuel Island Restoration is a long-term solution that resolves rusted
metal bands and deteriorated concrete without removing the pump.

This durable solution eliminates the metal band that typically surrounds an island, which in turn eliminates the risk of future rust issues. After removing the metal band, our high-strength epoxy mortar is poured into the island form, then hand troweled, grout coated and sealed with a resilient urethane top coat that can be custom colored.

And, because our epoxy is significantly stronger than standard concrete, our restoration system completely eliminates the need for a metal band, meaning no more rust for you.

Fuel Pump

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  • No need to remove pumps

  • 100% rust free

  • 2- to 3-times stronger than concrete

  • Chemical, gas, oil & salt resistant

  • Excellent wear characteristics

  • Can be custom colored to match branding or safety standards

  • Quick turnaround

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Break the cycle of just painting and re-painting your fuel island foundations.