Choosing the Right Concrete Floor Panels

There is a lot to consider when it comes to designing a new or refurbished concrete floor for your building. Deciding on a colour scheme, layout and choosing the right grade of concrete is all important.

One of the things to consider is the effect going to colours will have on the contractors overall cost if they are going to paint the concrete, just like they did with the panels and floor systems that formed the wall.

Colours can have a large effect on the finished look of concrete. It may be possible to purchase glow in the dark paint pre-selected to match the wall and floor finish. This is an easy and low cost way of getting finishing touches that will have a dramatic effect on the area.

It can be a challenge to paint a newly poured concrete floor. However, if your contractor is being particularly liberal with the budget, standing back to back of the panels and applying with a specialist ban saw, a fine line can be neatly cut into the very floor of the concrete panel. These lines are very fine and only a small percentage of the floor could be actually painted.

With a really good ban saw with a very long punished blade, any go-ahead from the panel may spell the end for the wasted wall panel. It may not be possible to pick up every panel and flooring will be probably be achieved in patches.

It also doesn't help matters if there are large gaps between panels and a floor joist may have to be built up over time. After 20 – 30 years this is usually not noticed. After using a floor joist for decades, it will do you little good to look for something different in order to provide a floor finish that makes your contractors happy.

It might not look the same in the end, however, it will still be as durable as it is again. An extra key place to check is around the corners of the concrete floor. If there is a definable area that is just too high, a floor joist can be fitted to eliminate any gaps. These are applied by the same process used on the panels.

This is the best way to ensure that all your flooring is of a good standard and not subject to fading over time.

Positive reinforcement of a floor is a decent save and all can be created with the minimum of fuss and expense. Yes it is hard work. No one likes it at first but it is worth it if you want the best concrete floor in your organisation, that is required by law.

You can choose from a variety of colours and coatings and it's so easy.

After all, in the end, is it what you want? What do you want the concrete floor panels to look like?

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