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    Floor preparation is the final step before the floor installation procedure. It’s also the most significant. Having adequately prepped floors is critical for the sort of flooring you want to install if you wish for a smooth and seamless installation.

    Taking the effort to prepare your floors for new coverings will extend the life of your flooring by many years. Plus, you’ll avoid cracking and other damage to your floors, as well as improve their beauty. Why risk having your high-quality flooring damaged by sloppy installation?


    We can safely and methodically remove the existing floor without causing any damage to the rest of the property by combining efficient and effective removal techniques with top-notch equipment. Our in-demand floor removal services provide Melbourne customers with a tried-and-true alternative for removing their old, worn, or damaged floors. Our competent and expert team works hard to serve each of our customers with great labor and unmatched results on all floor removal tasks, no matter how big or small.

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    Concrete Scabbling Melbourne


    Scabbling is typically the only way to remediate concrete that has been contaminated with PCBs or other materials, whether you’re applying a new coating system or a concrete overlay. Our team of experts in subfloor preparation equipped with power tools can make a structure safer and more attractive for residents by removing a thin outer layer from a concrete surface.


    Cleaning and preparing floors for a new finish require the use of concrete resurfacing services. Concrete Shot Blasting is a cost-effective way to clear a floor that has been contaminated by paint or grease from industrial operations. Most manufacturers of subfloor preparation in Melbourne recommend concrete shot blasting before applying a new finish. Cleaning and profiling the floor at the same time guarantees that the epoxy coating adheres effectively to the concrete base and remains intact.
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    Moisture Treatment Melbourne


    Moisture-related difficulties result in an unpleasant environment, flooring failures, business disruption, and ultimately, a repair bill. Fortunately, moisture emissions from concrete subfloors may be treated and addressed. Even light-duty acrylic membranes, which are resistant to high RH, can endure the presence of moisture in the concrete.


    We offer our services all around Melbourne. Call and make an appointment to have our experts at your place. We investigate your floors and advise you on how to make the best out of the Sanding and Polishing process for your floors.


    How long does grinding a concrete floor take?

    It depends on the hardness of the concrete, the size of the area, and the amount (in millimeters) that needs to be shaved.

    How long does it take a professional to remove tile?

    Depending on the size of the space and how it was placed, removing tile flooring might take anywhere from 8 to 12 hours. Not to mention that this is a physically difficult task that will almost certainly require the participation of multiple people.

    How does a concrete scabbler work?

    Scrabblers hammer piston-mounted bits into the concrete surface with compressed air. More than grinding or scarifying, they tend to roughen the concrete surface. In a single pass, some machines, like EDCO’s Chip-Dek scrabbler, can remove up to 0.5 centimeters of concrete.

    Is shot blasting better than grinding?

    Shot blasting is a popular alternative for contractors who want to clean and contour a surface since it is so effective at removing debris. As a result, there are times when a shot blaster would be more efficient than a grinder.


    Find out about the most recent flooring product ranges, installation tips, novel flooring ideas, and so much more by exploring our blogs. We do our best to guide you through choosing the best flooring solution that you deserve.

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