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Warehouse Floors

Low Maintenance Floors for Warehouses & Storage Areas

They’re not glitzy, and they’re not glamorous, yet warehouses & storage spaces need hard-wearing and low dust floors to keep cleaning and maintenance to a minimum.

There’s no doubt that refurbishing the floor in your warehouse or storage area is a hugely inconvenient exercise. It typically involves running down stock reserves and compromising the efficiency of your stock retrieval in other areas as materials are packed together during the downtime.

Fast, efficient & cost-effective surfacing is a must. That’s why Granicrete team is a great choice for your job. No matter how cracked or damaged your existing floor has become, our expert team and investment in the best machinery to grind and repair the existing surface means we can get the job done at least as fast and to a higher standard as any other contractor.

Back by our industry-leading 7-year guarantee, you can have the confidence to know that your warehouse will be pristine and back to full operation as fast as possible.

How to Choose the Right Surface for Your Warehouse Floor

Choosing the right surfacing for your warehouse floor really depends on how the space is used. Are there forklifts travelling across throughout the day, or perhaps just once per week? Is it foot traffic only? Does it need UV protection, be flood safe or need line markings? Is it a behind-the-scenes space or retail customer accessible (e.g., IKEA / Bunnings)?

For most warehouses we recommend either polished concrete or single colour Epoxy. The final choice really comes down to usage and the condition of the existing surface.

To find out which option is best for you, check out the overviews below and click through to each finish type to find out more. We also recommend you call us today to discuss your project and let us help you short-circuit your research for the best possible outcome.

Single Tone Epoxy

Single Tone Epoxy

This is a great solution for all warehouse spaces, both in terms of project cost as well as limiting your downtime. This is especially true for older or heavily damaged slabs – while we can work wonders on concrete that is badly damaged, the extra downtime is generally not desirable and it’s faster to quick grind a flat surface and layer an Epoxy solution that meets the demands of how you use the space. We don’t simply deliver a 2-coat epoxy floor (which is the industry standard), we take the time to understand the needs of your space, and design the appropriate layering and surfacing required.

You can choose any colour for your job, including matching brand colours, and we can also stencil in your brand logo or slogan.

Polished Concrete

Polished Concrete Floors

Polished concrete warehouse floors can look great and be a good solution, especially on new build floors or concrete that is in great condition. Where the warehouse space is only accessed by employees, a Grind & Seal approach can still be suitable, even if the starting surface is heavily worn. We’d only recommend a mechanically polished concrete floor for customer-accessible space on relatively pristine concrete. It will look great and provide a modern feel but does take longer to perfect than the simple grind & seal approach.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Epoxy Flooring

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