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Commercial Concrete Floor Installation in Austin, Texas

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Commercial Concrete Floor Installation in Austin, Texas

There is a wide variety of commercial concrete floors available for different types of installations and use cases. At Craftsman Concrete Floors, we specialize in a variety of commercial flooring installations, including polished concrete floors and terrazzo. This article will cover the various types of commercial flooring we offer, along with links for more information about each.

To Learn more about Commercial Concrete Floors in austin, Visit our ‘Austin concrete floors‘ page

An ESD epoxy floor during the installation process

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Craftsman Concrete Floors provides innovative, eco-friendly concrete flooring services for both residential and commercial projects across Texas.  Whether designing a new build or renovating an existing space, our experienced team is committed to delivering meticulous customer service and satisfaction, segment-leading expertise, and an equally stunning and sustainable finished product.

Types of Commercial Installations

Polished concrete floors are a type of commercial flooring that is ubiquitous in retail, manufacturing, warehouses and multifamily development. Polished concrete offers a cost effective, environmentally friendly flooring solution that can last 20 years or more with little maintenance. Because polished concrete uses the structural slab of the building, they reduce waste and cost significantly. Further, they’re reflective, so lighting requirements are reduced in buildings utilizing polished concrete floors. Finally, they’re easy to clean and slip-resistant

See our ‘polished concrete floors cost guide’ for commercial pricing information

Urethane cement is the most durable and resilient type of commercial concrete flooring available. As its name suggests, urethane cement is a combination of polyurethane and cement and is installed at thicknesses of 1/4″ to 3/8″. Urethane cement is also slopeable, meaning it can be used around drains and curbs. Common uses for urethane cement are food processing plants, breweries, distilleries, waste processing facilities, and cold storage facilities. Urethane cement offers extreme resilience to impact and thermal shock, and can be installed in spaces where moisture is constantly present.

For more information about urethane cement floors, visit our ‘urethane cement installation‘ page

Epoxy floors come in a large variety of installations, but the most common variety is a ‘thin-mil’ epoxy system. These systems generally utilize 2-3 coats of thermoplastic material–a base or primer coat, a body or build coat, and a top coat. Materials such as polyurethane or polyaspartic may be substituted in these systems, and broadcasts such as quartz sand or plastic flake may be added to the body coat. Common uses for epoxy floors are food manufacturing, veterinary and medical offices, automotive repair facilities, and waste management facilities.

To Learn more about epoxy floor prices, Visit our ‘epoxy flooring cost‘ guide

Terrazzo flooring is a type of commercial flooring that is commonly used in installations with extremely high foot traffic, such as schools, courthouses, and stadiums. Terrazzo mixes an epoxy binder with marble aggregate chips, creating a floor thats both aesthetically pleasing and highly durable.

see our main ‘terrazzo floor‘ page for more information

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    About Craftsman Concrete Floors

    At Craftsman Concrete Floors, we specialize in commercial flooring installations. With nearly 25 years of experience installing polished concrete flooring and terrazzo, we’re the preferred installer of countless contractors and builders. 

    Our in-house design team is available at no cost to help you achieve your project’s desired goals. We employ well-known veterans of the commercial coating industry, many with decades of experience. Proudly, all our employees are full-time W-2 employees receiving a living wage. At Craftsman Concrete Floors, we never subcontract jobs.