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Industrial Building Breakroom Floor 

Project Summary

Metcraft Industries was undergoing some renovations to its office area and one of the items included was its breakroom. The owner decided to replace the polished concrete substrate with a high-performance coating to increase durability and create a new fresh look. Major Painting helped bring the new breakroom to life by replacing the trim and then applying PPG Amerlock as a primer before laying the top coat of PSX 600 self-leveling epoxy. After the coating was applied new trim was installed completing the new look and feel of the room.

  • Location: Lee's Summit, MO

  • Building Type: Industrial Warehouse

  • Client Type: Commercial

  • Completion Date: July 2022

Project Scope

  • Day 1: Remove the existing coating and grind the complete floor achieving a profile for the new coating to properly adhere to
  • Day 2: Vacuum floor, prep space, and apply (1) coat of PPG Amerlock 600 Epoxy
  • Day 3: Apply (1) coat of PPG PSX 700 polysiloxane to the complete floor
  • Day 4: Install new trim and de-prep the space

Color Scheme

  • Primer - PPG Amerlock
  • Top Coat - 2 Coats Amerlock 600 Self Leveling Epoxy

Project Details

  • Existing Floor Condition: Fair - Light Patch Work 
  • Floor Square Footage: 650
Project Details

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