Self Leveling Concrete Flooring in Denver, CO

Industrial Self Leveling Concrete, Denver Colorado by Fishers Concrete

Tim Fisher of Fishers Concrete of Louisville Colorado outside of Denver completed this project by applying our Param 5500 Self Leveling Concrete and one of our sealer systems.

This was a 1500 square foot floor requiring 85 bags of Param 5500 to level the pre-existing surface. The process started by grinding the floor removing potential bond breakers and opening the pores of the surface for increased adhesion. As you can see in the photos, the fixed cracks, damaged areas and filled in the joints. The goal was to create a smooth, seamless, non slip surface.

Param 5500 Self Leveling Concrete

One of the unique benefits of our Param line of self leveling concrete is that they are non shrink. The result is an overlay that stays exactly where it is applied. It can be used over tile, old mastics and has been used over wood. It is very strong with compressive strength of over 6,000 psi.

It can be used as both as underlayment for carpet, tile and hardwood or as a decorative wear surface. Many of our contractors will integrally color Param Self Leveling Concrete and seal the surface.

It can be used in residential homes, industrial warehouses, retail stores, restaurants and office buildings. It is a cost effective, solution based product.

Sealers Used

The sealers used in this project were Perdure E02, Perdure U50 and Endura E21. This system is a combination of layers of epoxies and polyurethanes.

Contact Us

For more information about this project and a contractor for your next flooring job contact us at 1-866-835-6595.

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