Sam’s Clubs endure a large amount of wear and tear, not surprising considering their high volume of traffic. So in addition to regularly maintaining these floors with cleaners, scrubbers, etc., it is also prudent that spalls, cracks and joints are periodically repaired. Exposed Design Group prides itself on the ability to restore concrete floors in this very manner, as evidenced in the photo below.
The Project: a new Sam’s Club store in Burleson, TX
A little bit of commentary…
In a high-traffic load setting like a Sam’s Club, MM-80 was the joint filler of choice for repairing the joints throughout the club’s sales area. The benefit of using MM-80 over other products is its ability to carry heavy loads on forklifts across floor joints. On the other hand, in the deli/food prep areas, Sam’s decided to use integrally colored concrete and RS88 polyurea. The benefits here include color choice and speed — how little time it took for the material to cure. As an installer, Exposed preferred the standard MM-80, as its crews could more easily fly through the store, shooting thousands of feet a day by hand. Then the next morning they shaved it off.
More About Exposed:
Exposed Floor Design Group, LLP was formed to bring highly specialized skills to the residential and commercial finish-out community. With more than 25 years of experience in general contracting, waterproofing, decorative concrete and polished concrete, the partners of Exposed Floors have the combined background and diversity to provide customers a service that cannot be matched. Exposed Floors has invested in the right equipment and training of its craftsmen. Each of their products and services require specific, skilled processes, as well as impromptu solutions, to give customers the floors they desire.
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