Is your warehouse concrete floor doing more damage than good for your business? Broken down forklifts and hard-to-maintain concrete can impede production and prohibit a good customer impression. These are both indications that concrete flooring repair is something to consider for the future of your business.
The Reasons Concrete Flooring Repair Could Save you in the Long Run:
1. Forklift Damage: The slightest bump in the concrete causes internal jolts to the forklift that can, overtime, cause repair needs, however, when the floor is full of large divots, joint spalls, or bumpy concrete from exposed aggregate, these expenses can add up quicker then you’d expect. Bearings, axles, and tires all endure major damage when these conditions are present. Furthermore, it could leave you with a down machine which means losing production until it can be repaired.
2. Cleanliness: When concrete floors are damaged with cracks, spalls, and holes it can be difficult to keep clean. If the concrete has eroded anywhere, it could be a dusty maintenance issue. If you have customers to impress this could be a huge eye sore for them and result in a loss of business – first impressions are everything. Concrete flooring repair and restoration can brighten your facility, increase employee morale and production, and provide you with an easy-to-maintain floor for years to come.
3. Safety: To most employers, safety is the number one concern. Trip hazards such as large cracks in the floor, holes, or unstable concrete may need to be addresses before someone is injured. In addition, if a forklift driver loses a load due to bumpy conditions, it could pose major safety concerns.
All of these factors contribute to your bottom line. Addressing concrete flooring repair, may seem trivial, but the price you pay for it now could save you huge in the long run.
Titus Restoration is a professional, industrial concrete flooring repair contractor. Our services can protect your investment and your bottom line. Contact our estimators today for free site evaluations for concrete restoration.