Floor Restoration with self-leveling epoxy in NYC

Location – 340 West 5oth Street, New York City
Project – New World Stages, 6200 square feet
Problem – Delaminating epoxy paint due to moisture vapor emission
Solution – New high performance, non slip coating to withstand moisture pressure
Products Used – Perdure MVT+, Lumiere Metallic Epoxy
Contractor – Mirage Finishes, Valley Stream, NY

Epoxy Floor New York City
Purdure MVT

Application of Purdure MVT+

Project Summary

New World Stages, a theatrical venue located on West 50th Street, New York City had an epoxy floor coating over a self leveling concrete floor that was delaminating. Moisture vapor pressure from underneath the floor was pushing upwards breaking the bond between the epoxy and the concrete surface.

The contractor for the project, Miarage Finishing, removed the old peeling epoxy and and applied a new, high build coating called Perdure MVT+. This is one of our unique moisture control floor products that will withstand excessive moisture pressure that will cause most coatings to fail. This product has unusual bonding characteristics making it one of the best solutions for floors with moisture issues.

The coating was applied 1/4 inch thick followed by application of Lumiere Metallic Epoxy. This is an additional high performance coating with unlimited decorative potential in addition to being extremely durable and easy to maintain. The contractor applied a non – slip component with a coefficient of friction level exceeding OSHA recommended levels.

If you have a concrete floor in any residential or commercial property, we likely have specialized products that provide a functional, decorative and economical result. We also maintain a nationwide network of contractors and flooring artisans skilled in using all our concrete products.

Application Of Lumiere Metallic Epoxy and Finished Floor

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