Nothing lasts forever, and from time to time the industrial flooring in your lab will need to be repaired, refreshed, or replaced. If you have noticed flaking, chipping, or cracking in your laboratory flooring, it may be time to look into a new concrete coating. Industrial flooring technology has come a long way in the past few decades and your options list is longer than it’s ever been. Likewise, you should expect new flooring to do more for you, like ground static, ward off bacteria growth, and hold up to chemical and high impact damages.
Read on for some signs that your lab floors are due for an upgrade and what Kaloutas’s industrial flooring division team can do about it.
Sure Signs You Need New Laboratory Floors
Have you noticed cracks, chips, or stains in your laboratory flooring? These indicators of flooring failure are a sure sign that your floors have had it. Occasionally this can also indicate that you have a concrete moisture issue and may need to consider a concrete moisture barrier to regulate the moisture level in your slab. Our field managers are available for an estimate and can tell you what the issue is and the best way to go about fixing it.
Industrial Concrete Coating Options
Pharmaceutical labs are sensitive environments, doing the good work of saving lives through vital medicine and experimentation. If your floors aren’t supporting your process, it’s good to know that you have options. Our team recently installed beautiful new seamless epoxy flooring for this Lexington, MA lab which is chemically resistant and quick curing. Some pharmaceutical facilities opt for antimicrobial coatings to ensure their facility is free from mold and bacteria growth. Whatever your needs, the professionals at Kaloutas’s industrial flooring division can help you make the right choice for your facility.
How Can We Support Your Pharmaceutical Company?
The flooring contractors at Kaloutas’s industrial flooring division have more than 30 years’ experience assisting pharmaceutical clients across the Eastern Seaboard. We can help you meet the standards of GMP pharmaceuticals with our five New England locations in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire. Our large 80 person team is waiting to serve you, so if you’re ready to get started, give us a call at 978−532−1414. You can also click here to contact the industrial flooring contractors at Kaloutas via our easy to use online form.
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