Posts Tagged ‘Concrete Floors’

Decorative concrete resurfacing – Comparison

Monday, August 31st, 2015:

Floor Masters are New Zealands Leading decorative concrete resurfacing (overlay) installers for concrete floors and external concrete surfaces. Since 2000 I have been transforming concrete floors and concrete surfaces in and around residential and commercial buildings in New Zealand with our concrete resurfacing/overlay systems. We have developed a number of different systems and finishes for decorative concrete resurfacing or as some people call it, concrete overlay. What is a decorative Concrete Overlay or Resurfacing? In basic terms our resurfacing/overlay systems are a thin (1-5mm) layer of polymer modified, cement based, concrete refinishing compound, that is applied to existing concrete surfaces. […] Read More →

Dust proof, sealer and concrete hardening – Seal Hard

Thursday, July 9th, 2015:

Concrete floors last longer and perform better after treatment with Seal Hard. The unique formulation of Seal Hard results in a internally sealed concrete floor that will outshine all others, and gets better over time. Seal Hard is the only Concrete sealer system to offer a 10 Year Guarantee. SEAL HARD is a proprietary, colorless, environmentally safe chemical solution that increases the wear surface strength of concrete floors subjected to pedestrian and vehicle traffic. SEAL HARD penetrates concrete surfaces to seal, dustproof, densify and harden them. SEAL HARD floors last longer, cost less to maintain, are safe to use, and […] Read More →

How to fix a bad Concrete Floor or Concrete slab

Friday, April 24th, 2015:

For over 16 years I have been fixing a huge variety of problems with concrete floors, concrete driveways, concrete paths, basements.  You name it I have probably been called to fix it. Problems range from concrete floors not being flat or level, puddling, draining the wrong way… Rain damaged concrete is very common in Auckland where rain can appear from nowhere. Surface delamination in warehouse floors. Cracks and Joint spalling Coloured concrete where they put 8kg of oxide instead of 18Kg Slippery surfaces – concrete too smooth – concrete too rough. Problems with rising damp/hydrostatic pressure causing moisture to come […] Read More →

Garage floor paint or coating

Sunday, April 13th, 2014:

Your garage floor is an important part of your home. We offer many options to make it look and function best. Garage floor painting/coating, polished concrete and more in NZ Read More →

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