Restore More. Stress Less.

Restore More. Stress Less.  When concrete surfaces become damaged and unsightly, they can also become a risk for slips and trips. No one wants to entertain the thought of liability challenges, but replacing concrete can be very costly both in terms of money and disruption in operations.  Instead of tearing out and replacing concrete, consider…

Rusted metal bands

Do your fuel islands look awesome? Or awful?

Do your fuel islands look awesome? Or awful? If you answered awful, you may want to continue reading. Fuel islands with jagged, rusty metal bands or crumbling, cracked concrete might be causing customers to visit your competitors.  Typical fuel island foundations are made of concrete and are encased with a metal band. Both look wonderful…

Deteriorated fuel island

Transform your fuel station’s curb appeal

Transform your fuel station’s curb appeal Watch how Simon Surfaces transformed these fuel islands from drab to fab in the video below. CONTACT US today to see how we can help transform your fuel islands! 3 Scary Outcomes of Damaged Fuel Islands Fuel Islands Restoration Fuel Island Process

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Let the numbers speak for themselves: Epoxy vs. Concrete

From pitting and spalling to the cracks that will inevitably appear, concrete damage on your curbs, walkways and ramps can be a nuisance. When it comes time to address these areas, take note of the advantageous strength and durability benefits of concrete-alternative epoxies. Let the numbers speak for themselves. Look at the epoxy systems’ compression…

cracked concrete becomes safety hazard for employees and customers

At What Point are Damaged Concrete Surfaces a Safety Issue?

The daffodils might not be the only things coming up from the ground as signs of spring begin to appear. In colder-weather climates, new cracks and other concrete surface damage are also showing their faces.
But at what point is this damage more than an aesthetics issue? When is it cause for concern for employee or customer safety? And how should it be addressed?

Deteriorated concrete fuel pump at a gas station

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.

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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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.…