Tearing Up the Floor
No, we’re not talking about John Travolta tearing up the dance floor in Saturday Night Fever. Or the song called Tearing Up the Floor released by the heavy metal band Patient Zero in 2011. Or even the YouTube video that went viral of the 5-year-old dancing. We are talking, quite literally, about tearing up the floor.
This is a service that we offer to commercial or industrial clients who want to replace the existing covering on a concrete floor. No matter what the original floor covering is, we can remove it. Next we can prepare the surface of the floor for a new covering.
Bring It On!
No job is too big for us to handle. With our own fleet of shot blasters, grinders and floor covering removal equipment, we can prep tens of thousands of square feet of concrete per day.
One of our most versatile machines is the Blastrac BMS-270. It removes VCT tile, carpet, sheet vinyl, ceramic tile, marble, terrazzo, hardwood, epoxy coatings and membranes. The BMS-270 can remove several thousand square feet of floor coverings a day.
After removing the floor covering, we then use our shot blasting equipment to remove the residue. This could carpet glue, tile glue, or mortar that is left on the concrete floor. Finally, we use our blasting equipment to prepare the concrete to accept new coatings or other types of floor covering materials.
Our Work Speaks for Itself
During our many years of experience, we have removed flooring of all kinds because we have the right equipment for all kinds of jogs.
Click to learn more about our shot blasting services or give us a call at 615-591-9491.