When constructing a Warehouse Flooring, you want to ensure the structure is strong enough to hold and protect your inventory while also providing an attractive workspace for employees. With precast concrete, you can achieve all of this and more with a building that is fabricated off-site and delivered to your construction site ready for installation. The off-site manufacturing process reduces the chance for accidents and other disruptions, and it also allows you to keep your project on schedule and get your inventory into your warehouse sooner.
Resurfacing vs. Replacement: Maximizing the Life of Concrete Warehouse Floors
Warehouses have unique demands on their floors, and these needs must be met in order to ensure employee safety and optimal equipment functioning. While concrete is an excellent floor material for warehouses, the high volumes of traffic and chemicals can wear it down over time. Using an admixture in the concrete that can bind with water and fill up all of the pores will help extend the life of your warehouse floor and eliminate the need for frequent resurfacing and repairs.
Stains and tire marks from pallet jacks, forklifts, and other vehicles are common in warehouses, as are chemical spills that leave unsightly or sticky damage on the surface. Over time, this can cause the floor to become slippery or dangerous to walk on, and it can affect warehouse operations, management, and safety procedures. With concrete overlays, you can revitalize your existing warehouse floor and introduce a new aesthetic to the space without breaking your budget.