Moisture Mitigating Flooring

Plan Effectively for Moisture Mitigation

One of the most common -and costly- construction and remodeling issues faced today is flooring failure due to moisture and alkalinity. Many construction projects are fast-tracked, leaving less time for concrete slabs to dry, pushing relative humidity or RH levels too high for a floor to maintain its integrity. In addition, curing, sealing or bond-breaking compounds currently used in concrete slab construction inhibit the free release of moisture. All of these factors can cause flooring systems to blister, bubble and curl, or adhesive bonds to fail months or even years later.

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These moisture-related conditions can also produce trip hazards, the tendency for mold and an unsightly appearance of the floor and, as a result, the entire facility.

Surface Solutions expert consultants will perform the necessary moisture testing to concrete substrate before any installation, to determine if a moisture mitigation system is required. The moisture mitigation flooring from Surface Solutions is designed to reduce the moisture vapor transmission levels created from the out gassing of concrete slabs, allowing for the installation of most adhesives, industrial flooring systems and coatings.

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Surface Solutions provides expert consultation and installation, and a full line of moisture mitigating flooring solutions in addition to other industrial flooring systems. We are committed to 100% customer satisfaction on every project.

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7 Straight Years as a Master

For the seventh consecutive year, Surface Solutions, Inc. is named Top UCRETE® Master Contractor for 2018. “We would like to congratulate you and your team on meeting the qualifying criteria in 2017, allowing Surface Solutions to earn BASF Performance Flooring Master Contractor status for 2018,” Esther Villeneuve, Business Manager – Commercial & Industrial Flooring for…

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Recently, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) started to enforce new Respirable Crystalline Silica Standards, regulations for construction, general industry and maritime businesses to reduce hazardous airborne dust and crystalline silica at job sites. In addition to updating Permissible Exposure Limits (PELs), contractors and high-performance flooring specialists like Surface Solutions are now outfitting tools…