Proper prep will save you from costly callbacks
If you’re a painting contractor thinking about expanding your business into floor coating, then you’re not alone. Whether it’s bidding on a large-scale industrial project or staining a customer’s garage floor, contractors are increasingly expanding their services to include floor coatings.
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H&C Coatings, sealers and stains help you protect horizontal and vertical concrete surfaces. Whether oceanside condos, suburban warehouses, restaurant floors or patios and walkways, maintaining concrete is important to protecting its integrity and keeping it looking good. Continue reading No one knows concrete like H&C®.
You now have an answer when customers ask you for that on-trend, natural, low-sheen look for their concrete surfaces. New H&C ClariShield Natural Look offers a low-sheen finish that maintains the original surface beauty, plus, protects and extends the life of concrete. It’s available in water-based and solvent-based* formulas. Continue reading H&C® ClariShield® Natural Look Clear Concrete Sealers
This self-crosslinking acrylic creates a durable, protective finish that provides advanced stain resistance and minimizes the need for cleanup from footsteps, dirt and debris. And even if cleanup is needed, it’s quick and easy to do.
Cool Feel® with Comfort Step Technology™ is ideal for concrete surfaces like pool decks, patios and lanais, walkways and more. It’s available in hundreds of colors at Sherwin-Williams, so concrete can be cool and look cool too.
*Reduces surface temperature when compared to bare concrete. Amount of temperature reduction may differ due to: color choice, ambient temperature, time of day and the amount of direct sunlight on surface.
Running from New York’s Times Square to Lincoln Park in San Francisco, the Lincoln Highway is the nation’s first trans-continental highway.
Near the middle of its 3,000-plus miles is the National Headquarters of the Lincoln Highway Association in Franklin Grove, Illinois. The village of 1,000 people is also home to one of the highway’s oldest – and newest – attractions: The Lincoln Way Inn.
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