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Polya-what? Polyaspartic coatings are a relatively new innovation used commonly as a top layer on concrete surfaces. The material resembles polyurethane from a chemical makeup standpoint.
Crumbling, deteriorating concrete fuel islands are as much of an eyesore for customers as they are for store management. They don’t leave a good first impression and can be a safety hazard.
Many times, the reason for ignoring deteriorated fuel island foundations is perceived cost and disruption. The reality is that both can end up being be a welcome surprise when done properly. Particularly when you realize you don’t have to remove pumps or shut down operations to get the job completed.