Municipalities have certain special requirements regarding flooring installations. A number of factors such as wet settings and extreme temperatures can damage a facility’s floors over time without sufficient protection in place. However, you can avoid these issues with the installation of reliable flooring and maintenance services, increasing safety and efficiency in the process.

Municipality Flooring Installation Requirements

Certain types of heavy equipment and corrosive chemicals will eventually cause damage to floors without dependable protective measures in place. Wear can also build up over time as a result of machinery and heavy foot traffic

A well-maintained flooring system will help keep municipalities safer and significantly less vulnerable to damage.

Reducing Maintenance Requirements

When installing flooring in a municipal building, you may believe that maintenance policies aren’t required, but the fact is that having these in place can help you save money in the long run. Everything from heavy equipment to cleaning chemicals in a facility will damage flooring over time if it’s not protected, and even light impact could cause more significant damage if the surface is already damaged. Joint damage is another aspect that facility managers should take into account.

Municipalities can save more money and time by avoiding these issues with the proper installation of the initial flooring. Keep in mind that damaged flooring can also leave other equipment, supplies, and staff at risk of damage or harm in municipal buildings, as equipment will require more frequent repairs when used on worn floors, and the risk of work-related injuries will also be greater.

Floor and Wall Services for Municipalities

One of the best ways for a municipal building to keep its flooring in good condition is to install a new high-quality floor surface in addition to the initial flooring. This surfacing could include a protective coating along with a properly installed floor base. However, if flooring has already suffered damage resulting from insufficient protection, you can also contact professional flooring installers to perform repairs. Installers can also incorporate epoxy and other finishes for additional protection.

MSC Floors offers a variety of floor and wall services to help keep all types of municipal buildings in good condition, including:

Municipality Facility Concrete Repair

Concrete will eventually require repairs for varying degrees of damage. Our concrete repair services include concrete sandblasting and shotblasting, diamond grinding, floor sloping, scarification, floor flattening, concrete scraping, trip hazard removal, dry concrete cleaning, and dust proofing.

Crack and Joint Repair

Cracks will develop in floors over time as they age and experience wear, which can increase the risk of contamination and accidents. Joint and crack repair services can remove any existing safety hazards and help prepare concrete and substrate for floor coating application, reduce the risk of injury, prevent contamination, and eliminate bacteria buildup.

Concrete Preparation

Concrete preparation services are needed to make sure that the floor coatings don’t break, peel, or fail over time as a result of insufficient adhesion. With the help of concrete floor preparation before coating, municipality facility flooring systems will benefit from added overall efficiency while preventing the formation of any flaws that might otherwise allow for contamination and damage.

OSHA Floor Striping

Some municipal buildings may need OSHA floor striping, which we also offer to maintain compliance with all OSHA safety guidelines for both marking and striping.

Wall Coatings for Municipalities

Wall coatings can provide additional protection for certain municipal buildings, preventing damage while making walls easier to clean and maintain. These coatings also provide more corrosion resistance and can help create a safer environment for staff and students.

Industrial Painting

Industrial painting may be needed for a municipality in some spaces. We can provide painting for nearly any type of project. We offer aluminum and vinyl finishing, seamless urethane and epoxy flooring, drywall finishes, textured coatings, machine coatings, conventional coatings, and more.

Electrical Services for Municipal Buildings

MSC Floors also offers electrical services for municipalities through our division MSC Electrical. This can help ensure that all of the equipment in the facility functions with optimum safety and efficiency.

All of these services can provide your municipal building with everything required to meet safety standards and increase efficiency.

Benefits of Working with MSC Floors

When working with Michigan Specialty Coatings, you’ll see several benefits from enlisting our services. In addition to FDA-compliant flooring, we also provide Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) flooring that meets the government, authority, and consumer standards.

Each flooring installation will meet all industry standards, with dependable solutions that maximize safety.

Our Associations

Michigan Specialty Coatings has received recognition in the flooring industry for providing reliable flooring solutions, including an award for Tennant Coatings “Contractor of the Year” in 2015. MSC Floors has also been featured in Coatings Pro Magazine on several occasions, and has received two awards at the 2017 Coatings Pro Contractor Awards in New Orleans. We are dedicated to providing high-quality products and services, which has made us one of the best options in the industry, whether you need our services for a bank or another type of municipal building.

Schedule a Free Site Survey

To receive a free estimate for our municipality floor coatings and other services, contact us for a free site survey and one of our knowledgeable professionals will visit your location and examine your floors. We’ll help develop a complete solution that gives you the results you want, while maintaining cost-effectiveness and efficiency across all of our services.

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