Moisture Vapor Barrier in Plantation, Florida
For over 21 years, FLORIDA Epoxy LLC has been protecting industrial and commercial concrete through the use of moisture vapor barrier technology, ensuring that moisture cannot compromise the strength and finish of your concrete floors, walls, and ceilings. Our experienced professionals are on the ready to provide you with a full-service consultation. To learn more about all of the benefits of installing a vapor barrier at your Plantation, Florida facility, call FLORIDA Epoxy LLC today.
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Protect Your Plantation Commercial Concrete Floors
As an important element to your Plantation, FL concrete floor's integrity, installing a moisture vapor barrier that is designed to prevent moisture from compromising the finish of your floor is paramount. Whether a new or existing floor, the threat moisture presents to the finish and structural integrity of your floors needs to be mitigated. FLORIDA Epoxy LLC can protect your floors by installing a single coat, epoxy resin barrier, ensuring moisture vapor stays out! FLORIDA Epoxy LLC is here and ready to take care of your industrial or commercial concrete floor.
Vapor Barrier System Explained
Without a moisture barrier, moisture can compromise the adhesive and finish of a concrete flooring system, as moisture can penetrate into and through concrete flooring systems lacking this layer of protection. Shot blasting and diamond grinding your concrete floor, then applying a moisture vapor barrier and proper epoxy floor covering over that will ensure this level of protection. Our vapor barrier products seal tightly to the concrete under the floor finish, eliminating the transfer of moisture between the two. Contact FLORIDA Epoxy LLC at (954) 271-3071 and schedule a moisture barrier consultation today.
Installation of a FLORIDA Epoxy LLC Moisture Barrier in Plantation
The Plantation vapor barrier installation experts since 2000, FLORIDA Epoxy LLC begins the process by shot blasting and diamond grinding your existing concrete floor. This creates a toothed, porous surface for the moisture barrier epoxy to properly attach to. Once the moisture vapor barrier has cured, a final epoxy finish coating of your choice is applied to give your concrete floor a customized, desired finish.