What the Concrete Contractor Needs to Know About Flooring

If you’re an architect, engineer, designer or builder, you know that you owe it to your client to ensure that their project comes in top-notch from the floor to the roof. This means that once the foundation is in place, flooring is your number-one concern.

Whatever the sector – hospitality, medical, industrial, food service, etc. – you need to make sure that they have the most suitable flooring available for their particular needs. Duraamen's reputation among designers, contractors, architects and specifiers is impeccable in terms of the production of flooring systems that are unsurpassed in quality and durability.

We back up our reputation by employing highly-trained, knowledgeable sales and support staff who can take a project from initial concept right through to completion. When it comes to commercial flooring, we offer decorative concrete overlays, resinous flooring, self-leveling concrete systems and seamless flooring.

We’re old hands at epoxy flooring, which continues to be the industry standard for durability and stain-resistance, but we’re also well in tune with the newer polyaspartic systems. With either, your client will enjoy stain resistance and beauty, along with resistance to damage from corrosive compounds that may spill, and from sources of heat. Whether your project is new construction or a renovation, we have the products and the support that will guarantee satisfaction once the job is completed.

Obviously, if you’re reading this, you have a commitment to quality industrial and commercial flooring. Would you like to take that commitment a step further?

Duraamen needs more licensed dealers. As the demand for epoxy and polyaspartic flooring increases in commercial and industrial sectors, more and more clients insist on providers who can offer not only products, but the expertise needed to match them with exactly the type of floor they need. Epoxy is more durable and stain-resistant, but polyaspartic treatments dry faster – what does your client require? Is it important to be back up and running as quickly as possible, or is it more important to have customers back in the building in record time? Is slip-resistance a factor? What about color? Top finish? Etc.?

If you’re comfortable being asked these questions, and you want to deliver top-notch products to your valued clients, you may have the makings of a Duraamen licensed dealer. We’ll offer you complete technical support, your own website, and all the print materials you need to promote Duraamen products to your clients.

All we ask in return is your commitment. Give Duraamen a call at (973) 230 1301 to discuss becoming a licensed dealer.

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