Epoxy Flooring Repair
for Commercial/Industrial Facilities

When it comes to maintaining your commercial or industrial floors, consider repair services that can improve the look and safety of your facility such as epoxy resurfacing, crack repairing and concrete patching. Damaged floors not only reflect poorly on your facility but they can also create a serious safety hazard. From self-leveling epoxy flooring and resurfacing to urethane floor systems and non-slip flooring options, PennCoat can work with you to develop a plan, prep the area and apply a safe, durable and long-lasting floor — on time, on budget and with minimal impact to your business.

We are committed to repairing your floors in order to keep your facility operating at optimum levels, offering a number of high-quality solutions tailored to your specific operation. Whether you’re in need of epoxy coating products or non-slip flooring for your commercial kitchen or a repair for your freezer floor or concrete floor, PennCoat can help to promote maximum cleanliness, organization and, most importantly, safety — even when working in the most complex commercial and industrial environments. In fact, we write and follow a job-specific safety plan for every project, helping owners to maintain visual workplace and 5S standards throughout their facilities.

Explore how our courteous, professionally dressed and safety-trained team can help keep your commercial or industrial facility operating safely and looking its best below, and contact us today for more information. 

Epoxy Floor Coatings

From self-leveling and polyaspartic epoxy flooring to decorative epoxy floor systems designed to make your floors stand out, there are several different options when it comes to an epoxy floor repair. If you’re in need of a floor repair and you’re looking for a highly durable, no-odor coating that resists heat and chemical damage, scratches, scuffing and impact damage, our experts can evaluate whether an epoxy floor repair is the most appropriate solution for your operation.

Epoxy Resurfacing

If you have a concrete floor, it’s inevitable that cracks, chips and pits will eventually start to form. So if you’re looking for an effective, affordable method of smoothing your floors to create a safer surface, fresher appearance and longer-lasting durability, consider epoxy resurfacing of your concrete. At PennCoat, we can meet with you to determine whether it’s time for epoxy resurfacing and develop a plan to transform your pitted, cracked concrete floor into a smooth — and safe — surface.

Urethane Floor Systems

Repairing your existing concrete floors with urethane flooring can make them more resistant to wear-and-tear, slips, scratches, moisture, temperature and chemical abrasions. As such, urethane is a popular choice for industries like healthcare, transportation, manufacturing and food service where foods are subject to heavy wear. Our experts can review the benefits of urethane flooring with you and help to determine whether this option is right for your commercial or industrial floor repair project.

Non-Slip Flooring

If you’re in need of a professional floor repair to better mitigate the risk of slips, trips and falls, consider non-slip flooring — especially if you’re in the food and beverage, pharmaceutical, veterinary or healthcare industries. At PennCoat, our team can evaluate the various non-slip flooring textures and additives we offer such as aluminum oxide, polypropylene spheres, silica sand, colored quarts and glass spheres to find the one that’s best-suited for your operation.

Ready to Start?

When it comes to commercial/industrial floor repair, our technicians know that maintaining high-quality, durable flooring systems is important for the morale and safety of your employees as well as for the overall appearance of your facility. As an Avetta-trusted, ISN member company, our team is standing by to help with our dedicated project managers, ongoing and consistent safety training, and the ability to plan, prep and complete your commercial/industrial floor repair job with minimal impact to your operation. To get started or learn more, contact us today. We look forward to hearing from you!