While many business owners do pay attention to the appearance of their business, many tend to pay less attention to their floors. While residential floors play less of a role, industrial and commercial floors are vital to your business. Not only do you have to worry about what your floors look like, they also have to function correctly.
PennCoat Inc. has been providing flooring services in Maryland for nearly 30 years. Through experience and quality products, our company has perfected the process of industrial and commercial flooring. It doesn’t matter what kind of shape your flooring system is in, we have the tools and experience to bring your floors back to life.
We start by asking questions to better understand your needs and requirements. We then evaluate existing conditions both on and below your floor surface. PennCoat will design and install a floor system that meets your specifications, performs to your expectations and works within your budget.
Our flooring systems have a variety of great benefits. We have self-leveling epoxy floor systems. These floor systems come in a number of different colors and options. This allows us to follow the colors and patterns of your company so that it always looks professional in front of customers and executives.
At PennCoat Inc., we have Quartz and chip floor systems that are poured and designed to provide a terrazzo-like appearance. The results are amazing. Such flooring options include radius cove-base and an endless selection of colors. Again, it gives your company options to have the design and color that you wish.
We install a heavy duty, trowel applied, 1/4″ seamless floor topping which is specifically designed for resurfacing deteriorated concrete floors. Face it, some manufacturing and facility floors take a beating over the years. This can leave your floors damaged and unsafe. And since safety is always a top priority, we can help you get compliant and make your flooring system look ageless.
At PennCoat, we also have urethane flooring systems. Cementitious urethane systems (applied at thickness of 3/16 to 1/4″) are installed in wet process areas that include chemical exposure and high temperatures. Chemicals and high temperatures can wear out a flooring system over time. PennCoat can help turn back the clock on your floors.