Concrete Slab Floor Repair, Handled Easily with Products From The Leader in Concrete Floor Joint Epoxies and Polyureas
Fix concrete slab floor cracks, spalls and gouges, joint damage and more!
For industrial concrete slab floor repair, more specifically products that make your repair stand the test of time, the experience and commitment of Metzger/McGuire for more than four decades speaks for itself. Ours is a long history of dedication to providing the protection of perhaps your facility’s most valued asset – its floor. From safety concerns, to creating a work floor that shows you have pride in your organization’s facility, look no further than the industry standard epoxy and polyurea concrete repair products that have been manufactured from Metzger/McGuire. With more than 72 standard colors, we are sure to have something that matches your finished floor.
Timely concrete floor repairs are essential for your industrial or commercial warehouse. Even a small crack or surface defect can pose hazards to workers and lift trucks and can negatively affect operations. You need to keep your employees and inventory safe – especially in heavily trafficked areas where repair needs are most common.
Stabilize Your Concrete Slab Floor, Repair with Confidence | Stop Deflection and Rocking
We have products that repair concrete cracks, fill contraction and construction joints, stabilize slabs from deflection and rocking as well as all varieties of surface defects. Our technical assistance and exceptional support help provide the highest quality repairs for long-lasting solutions.
Concrete Slab Floor Repair to Stand the Test of Time | Metzger McGuire
Our concrete slab floor repair and maintenance products have been setting the industry standard for decades. We have products to repair all surface defects, whether you have cracks, spalls, gouges, missed saw cuts, joint deterioration and pop outs.
All Metzger/McGuire products are 100% solids and fully compliant with the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental) standards and meet acceptance standards for use in facilities subject to regulation by USDA, FDA, and CFIA.