1. The Undeniable Durability of Epoxy Floor Coatings

    When it comes to industrial flooring, you want to ensure that your flooring will stand up to the test of time, as well as any other tests you throw at it. Depending on your specific industry, there are many different tasks that your flooring will undertake for you over the course of its life. When you run an industrial facility, you don’t have time to worry about your flooring scratching, tearin…Read More

  2. Cleaning Tips For Your Epoxy Floor Coating

    When it comes to industrial flooring, epoxy coating is a great option for your industrial facility due to its durability and easy maintenance. There is not a lot you must do to maintain your epoxy floor coating, but there are certain steps you can take to clean it, extend its life, and maintain its appearance. To properly clean your epoxy floor coating, read our tips below. Minor spills can be wip…Read More

  3. How Epoxy Floorings Benefits Health Care Industry Providers

    When a patient visits a health care provider, there are certain expectations that come with being in a clinic or other health care facility. You expect everything to be orderly, clean, and professional. In many respects, those operating businesses health care industry must meet specific certification standards. It all starts with the initial construction of a facility and then carries through into…Read More

  4. Common Epoxy Floor Coating Myths

    At Aetna Integrated Services, we are the epoxy floor coating experts. Therefore, we have heard a lot of misinformation out there over the years, and we have the experience and knowledge to debunk them all. In this blog, we will go over some common myths we hear about epoxy floor coating. Epoxy floor coating is too expensive. Actually, it is possible to receive our epoxy coating services for a very…Read More

  5. Why You Need a Quality Epoxy Coating in Your Commercial Garage

    So you’re opening a commercial garage or mechanics shop? Congratulations! Owning your own business is a great feeling and from the get-go you want to do things right. This business is your baby. One decision that’s often overlooked when opening a garage is the flooring, which isn’t that surprising. Sure, your commercial garage could operate with a plain concrete floor, but here are three rea…Read More

  6. Why Choose Epoxy Floor Coating

      There are many reasons to choose epoxy flooring for your concrete floors. Any industrial building can benefit from a concrete epoxy coating. An epoxy coating makes your industrial floors easy to clean, it protects them from damage and epoxy coated floors require very little maintenance. By choosing concrete epoxy you make your industrial floors highly resistant to chemical spills and any wear a…Read More

  7. 3 Things To Consider Before Hiring A Flooring Contractor

    Are you the property manager for an educational institution, health care facility, manufacturing facility, or other commercial building? If so, the responsibility of hiring commercial flooring contractors probably falls into your lap. Commercial flooring contractors are necessary to hire for renovation and update of the flooring in your facility, as well as general maintenance of the flooring you …Read More

  8. Is Polish Or Stain Best For Your Industrial Concrete Floors?

    When most people think of concrete floors, they imagine something that's boring and gray. Although there are many benefits to using concrete flooring in your industrial facility, it can leave something to be desired aesthetically. Concrete polishing is one option for beautification of concrete floors, but it's not the only option. In residential environments, it's become popular to use concrete st…Read More

  9. Benefits Of Hiring A Professional To Clean Up Your Construction Site

    Are you planning on making a significant addition to your commercial building, or heavily renovating an existing portion of the property? Although many property owners spend a lot of time and energy planning these projects with the help of designers and contractors, they don’t often think about what will happen to the site when the project’s over. For instance, a major addition or renovation w…Read More