The condition of your floors can make or break how your employees, prospects, or customers see your organization. Even more concerning, they can become a safety hazard. Workers may slip or trip more easily on uneven floors, or your floors may become a breeding ground for dirt and bacteria. In facilities where sanitation is a top priority and inspections happen regularly, clean floors are a must. No matter how professional and reputable your business is, damaged flooring gives the impression that your facilities are neglected and run down. If your floors could use a makeover, Alpine Painting & Restoration has you covered. We provide a team of trained floor resurfacing contractors in Pennsylvania so you can get your building in tip top shape again.
Floor resurfacing is a process that allows you to restore your floors to like-new condition. Rather than merely cleaning, polishing, or re-staining old flooring, floor resurfacing goes deeper. Contractors will grind down the top layer of your floor to create a smooth and even foundation to work from. Once this is done, grease, dirt, and any debris that was impacted on the surface of your floors is gone. After this, the contractors will sweep or vacuum up all the loose dust and dirt to expose a clean new surface. Next, the team goes to work creating a brand new polished surface overtop the rough surface that rivals more expensive flooring like marble and granite. In manufacturing environments, floor joints may be cleaned out and resealed with flexible epoxy so no dirt or water can get in. After a few rounds of grinding and cleaning, contractors will polish the top layer with a special coating that protects and preserves the floors.
While it may cost slightly more than a quick-fix solution, such as trying to refinish your floors on your own, the results will be far superior. Furthermore, you will save a ton of money resurfacing your floors rather than completely replacing them, which is usually an involved process that requires more of your attention and time. Resurfacing can be performed on indoor and outdoor surfaces and can change the entire look and feel of your building.
You may want to consider floor resurfacing if you notice:
Unfortunately, a simple coat of floor refinishing polish won’t necessarily raise the aesthetic value of your floors – Floors that are aged or heavily damaged need a thorough process that addresses the appearance, cleanliness, and durability of the flooring materials. Thankfully, floor resurfacing is the perfect solution, and it doesn’t take long to complete a resurfacing job with a team of certified experts.
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At Alpine Painting & Restoration, we resurface:
The resurfacing process will vary depending on the age and material of your flooring. If you’re not sure if we can help you, just give us a call and ask!
All floors sustain wear and tear, but certain environments are especially hard on floors and can accelerate the damage. These include industrial facilities and any environment with heavy foot traffic, forklift use, or exposure to the elements. If your floors are exposed to strong sunlight, extreme hot or cold temperatures, rain or snow, they will likely need some extra care. There are many benefits to floor resurfacing. By being proactive and opting for resurfacing, you will be able to:
If you’ve dealt with other restoration companies in Pennsylvania or New Jersey, you may have had trouble scheduling the work around your business operations. You won’t have that problem with Alpine Painting and Restoration. We have staff for after hours and weekends so we can get the work done outside of your regular business operations with minimal disruption to your weekly schedule. So if timing is your main concern, just let us know your preferred work schedule and we will happily accommodate your needs.
During the floor resurfacing process and any other procedure, the safety of our workers and our client’s staff is of paramount importance. Our contractors are certified, insured, and extensively trained to know what safety measures need to be taken in each building restoration project. Before embarking on any project, we make sure our job sites are OSHA compliant, organized, and safe for everyone in the building. Alpine is proud to be a member of ISNETWORLD since 2008. Members of ISNETWORLD must conform to the highest standards of safety, conduct, and performance. For more information on our adherence to these standards, visit our online safety guide to see how we operate.
Alpine Painting & Restoration
Upgrading your flooring is a big decision, and our team can answer any questions you may have about the process. If you are looking for Pennsylvania floor resurfacing contractors, we’re ready to get to work. For more than 30 years, our team has served many industries and specialized in asset preservation in corrosive manufacturing environments.
In addition to floor resurfacing, we offer many other services that allow you to preserve your property for long-term use. Have questions about epoxy flooring, commercial painting, specialty coatings, or industrial cleaning? Give us a call to learn more and receive a free estimate for your project.
January 1, 2023
The Top Differences Between Industrial and Commercial Painting
At Alpine Painting & Restoration, we provide industrial painting and commercial painting services throughout the Philadelphia area. While these services have similar sounding names, they are very different procedures
The Alpine Difference
Safety Compliance Guaranteed
For decades, our workforce has adhered to the maximum safety standards for corrosive manufacturing environments while progressively honing our craft to produce stunning results for our clients. We are active members of ISNetworld, the leading safety information management platform for contractors around the world.
OSHA-Compliant Job Sites
OSHA 10 & OSHA 30
Constant & Continuing Education
ISN Member Contractor
Detailed Workmanship & a Commitment to Excellence