"What about the floors?" If you're in the construction industry you've seen it. A project stalled because the "floor guys" aren't finished removing the tile; the floor wasn't finished well enough to start laying new floor; the floor is removed but the concrete needs to be repaired and sealed before the project can go on. The "demo guy" said he could get the floor ready, but it's slow going and not nearly good enough to start installing the new floor.
Stop worrying about this part of your projects. At Custom Concrete Surface Prep, we are not tile guys or demo guys trying to be concrete prep guys. Clean, fast, cost-effective tile and flooring removal and preparation of concrete surfaces for the rest of the project is what we do.
Whether you are a demolition contractor, a flooring contractor, an owner, or a general contractor, you don't want to worry about who is getting the floor squared away. How long is it going to take? How much are we going to charge or be charged? Are they going to make a mess? WHAT'S UNDER THAT FLOORING?
Custom Concrete Surface Prep specializes in the preparation of concrete surfaces and removal of all floor coverings, including tile, wood, mastics, VCT, underlayments, asphalts, and epoxy. Our state-of-the-art equipment enables us to save you time AND money.
Pay a reasonable price. Get the job done right and on time by a professional outfit that doesn't just dabble, but specializes in the preparation of concrete surfaces.
Removed all tile and thin-set and prepped all floors of mall common areas so flooring subs could replace tile. Projects were done cleanly, at night, and on time, so the mall could stay open while all of the floors were removed and prepped:
Custom Concrete Prep Service areas:: Boston, Springfield, Worcester, Cape Cod, Martha`s Vinyard | Hartford, Bristol, Bridgeport, New London, Norwich, New Haven | Rhode Island: Providence, Warwick, Newport, Bristol | : Manchester, Concord, Keene, Claremont | : Burlington, Rutland, Pittsfield, Barre | : Bangor, Lewiston, Augusta, Waterville, Caribou, and all of New England.