Concrete slabs and foundations may seem like little more than the stone your warehouse rests on, but in reality there is so much going on below the surface. In fact, concrete moisture moves through your porous concrete surface from the groundwater in the earth’s surface. Without a proper vapor barrier between your concrete and the water in the soil, damage can ensue.
You need to limit the amount of vapor your concrete emits at a rate that works with your selected floor coating. Yes, it sounds complicated but our commercial flooring contractors are experts in taking your moisture levels and regulating them to your advantage.
The Best Moisture Mitigation Techinques
Air Pressure and Moisture
Here at Kaloutas’s industrial flooring division, we understand that the correct moisture mitigation system depends on the average temperature and air pressure of your warehouse facility. Our commercial flooring contractors take into consideration all aspects of your facility functions, temperatures and locations before recommending and installing a vapor barrier system. Even the most beautiful concrete sealer products and concrete floor coatings are worthless when placed on top of a damaged slab.
Vapor Barrier Systems That Work For Your New England Warehouse
Nature is always at work around your facility, but a correctly installed, sophisticated moisture mitigation system can protect and preserve your warehouse investment for years to come. Don’t ignore signs like bubbling, cracking, pinholes and staining for another day. Call our professional team of flooring experts to neutralize costly moisture damage and install commercial flooring systems that work for you.
Check Out Our Moisture Mitigation Projects
Take a look at this concrete repair project we completed for an Andover, MA office space with badly damaged concrete. We utilized smart concrete repair techniques and a beautiful commercial painting job to meet the needs of our satisfied clients.
Click the link to take a look at the moisture mitigation systems we installed for this Massachusetts manufacturing facility. Our experts corrected the high moisture levels in the concrete to restore and preserve the facility’s foundation.
How Can We Repair and Preserve Your Warehouse Concrete?
If you’re noticing the key signs of concrete damage we mentioned above, don’t wait for it to get worse before giving us a call at 978−532−1414. Our pros can jump into action to correct the damage before costs skyrocket. If you’d rather contact us online, click here to contact us with questions and estimate requests.