Innovative fuel island restorations eliminate metal bands

Innovative fuel island restorations eliminate metal bands Rusted and chipped fuel islands are a common sight. They can quickly become safety hazards. They also leave a bad first impression with patrons. So, If you ask station owners why they haven’t done anything to improve them, the most common answer is they cannot afford to have…

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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…

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Concrete showing winter wear-n-tear? Don’t despair.

If you’re in an area of the country where deicers are a necessity throughout the winter months, there’s a good chance your concrete surfaces suffered some damage. Deicers, known as calcium chloride or rock salt, react with moisture, change the temperature and melt the ice. Concrete is kind of like a rigid sponge, however, so…

Epoxy Mortar v Concrete

Epoxy systems provide strong relief from concrete’s weaknesses

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…

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The Smart Alternative to Concrete Replacement

Before deciding to replace the damaged, worn concrete inside or outside your facility, you should know concrete restoration is a smart alternative solution available to you in today’s commercial marketplace. Epoxy mortar systems are 2-3 times stronger than conventional concrete, they’re able to seal the surface to prevent water and other substances from penetrating it,…

Like New. Only Better.

The long-accepted solution for repairing damaged gas island foundations involved removing the pumps and the crumbling concrete, re-pouring fresh concrete, reinforcing it with a metal band around the edges and then painting it.  Or there was the band-aid approach of just painting it. In either case, there were flaws.  The standard replacement included a shiny…