Floorseal.com Features 35 Project Summaries for Health Care, Government, Education, Consumer, Corporate; Includes Vapor Seal 309, MES 100 LEED/CSI Guide Specs
Milpitas, Calif. – February 12, 2015 – Floor Seal Technology, Inc. launched a new website designed to give building owners, architects and contractors an in-depth look at several products that protect new and existing concrete slabs from moisture vapor emission and alkalinity damage. Because moisture‐related floor failures can lead to construction delays, costly replacement and legal liabilities, the website also contains several informational sections – including product downloads, warranty details, case studies and an illustrated portfolio of successful installations in the healthcare, government, education, consumer and corporate industries.
Floor Seal offers concrete curing compounds, moisture coatings, toppings and more including:
- VaporSeal 309 vapor emission control system for new concrete slabs
- MES 100 moisture reduction system for existing concrete slabs
- Engineered Cements for substrate leveling and repair
- Decorative Concrete for a custom, elegant look on new and existing floors
“Floor Seal has successfully installed more than 60 million square feet of concrete treatments for the health care, biopharmaceutical, high-tech and other industries,” said Floor Seal CEO Bill Clyne. “Our new website reflects our 35 years of experience and includes case studies of our most notable installations – including UCSF Medical Center, San Francisco General Hospital and Sutter Medical Center in Castro Valley.”
Floor Seal is unique in that it accounts for every aspect of new concrete slabs installation, including using its own custom products that have been manufactured under tight quality controls and closely monitoring the final installation. The company provides a comprehensive ten-year warranty and guarantees the bonding of its product and the adhesion of the floor covering to the concrete. Floor Seal is also dedicated to providing sustainable and earth-friendly flooring solutions. Customers can get in touch with Floor Seal’s Construction Specifications Institute-Certified representatives by calling 800-572-2344 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Floor Seal Technology
Established in 1980, Floor Seal develops and manufactures concrete moisture vapor emission and alkalinity control treatments for the health care, biopharmaceutical, high‐tech and other industries, including specialized end‐users. Services include concrete vapor emission control, concrete moisture testing/analysis, polished concrete finishing, and concrete leveling /restoration. More information is available at www.floorseal.com.