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Concrete-alternative restoration brings new life to UDF fuel islands

The main entrance went from having weathered, damaged tile to having an anti-slip, attractive surface – in just one day. That was the end result for a state-of-the-art biotechnology office and lab in Durham, N.C., whose main entryway had become a real eyesore. It certainly wasn’t presenting the positive image they aimed for. And it was now posing a safety concern for employees and visitors.

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Office building’s damaged concrete and tile entryway resolved in one day

The main entrance went from having weathered, damaged tile to having an anti-slip, attractive surface – in just one day. That was the end result for a state-of-the-art biotechnology office and lab in Durham, N.C., whose main entryway had become a real eyesore. It certainly wasn’t presenting the positive image they aimed for. And it was now posing a safety concern for employees and visitors.

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Restoring Concrete Fuel Islands with Epoxies

Question: How is epoxy used in fuel island restorations? Answer: Our product is basically made out of 100 percent solid epoxy. For a gas island, it’s a three-step build-up process. First, we would take off and remove the metal, and then we would form the island up. We would then mix our epoxy with a special…

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The Case for Not Replacing that Damaged Concrete

Spring is the time of year we begin to realize the beating our concrete surfaces took during the cold weather months. Pitting, spalling, unevenness and cracks are common consequences of the harsh temperatures on concrete. Freeze-thaw cycles, snow and ice, and snow-melt chemicals also play a part. These concrete defects are more than just eyesores.…

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