Good preparation is an essential part of the refurbishment process. In the areas where displays had been, the process starts by cleaning the floor and removing all unwanted material such as dirt and grime, and any old paintwork.
We also needed to prepare the areas in several display isles, and a larger section in one part of the warehouse.
We used a “Diamond Grinding” process to prepare the floor and to help key the concrete surface ready for the next stage.
After completion of the preparation work, the final part of the process is to apply the resin flooring top coat to the isles and display areas. The new surface provides a cleaner and more presentable area for the visitors to the store.
As is our standard we provide advice on floor maintenance, including which solutions to use and how to keep the floor looking as good as new.
At the outset, a major concern was the trip hazard left by the move of several displays, so it was important the finished surface on those areas was seamlessly integrated in to the existing flooring surface. To help contribute to the safety of the warehouse staff and customers, an anti-slip surface was also added.