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Serdan Group have the experience, technology and certifications to can offer a wide range solutions catalogue of concrete floors, this with the best quality and according your real needs. 

In this section you can know all our solutions and benefits. 



The Positive Characteristics of Concrete Flooring

Durability: Concrete flooring is extremely tough and resilient, and is able to withstand the pressure from very heavy equipment such as cars, trucks, forklifts, and stacked crates. That is why it is such a popular material for hard working commercial areas such as garages and warehouses.

Durability also means that the material is difficult to damage. High heals, furniture legs, and pet claws will not scratch the surface. You also don't have to worry about damage from most dropped items. While it is possible to chip or scratch a concrete surface, you will generally have to work pretty hard at it to succeed.

Easy to Maintain: Keeping a concrete floor looking its best will only require a minimum amount of maintenance. It will need to be sealed or waxed every 3-9 months depending on the level of traffic in order to maintain the protective layer over its surface. Other then that you can use a neutral cleaning agent to mop the floor clean periodically. A blue utility pad can be used for particularly stubborn stains.

Environmentally Friendly: In most cases a concrete subfloor already exists beneath another flooring material in grade and below grade locations. That means that installing a concrete floor is actually just uninstalling anything that has been placed over it. Because no new material is produced, there is no carbon footprint or depletion of resources.

Versatile: As long as the concrete is smooth and free from holes, bumps, and defects, you have the choice of installing any floor surface covering that you want over it at a later date. This gives you a lot of design freedom going forward. Please note that an underlayment may need to be installed between the concrete and the new material that you select.

Long Lasting: A sealed and properly maintained concrete floor can last indefinitely. Even in commercial applications it can survive under high traffic conditions for years to come. This saves you money, while also preventing the hassle of having to get new flooring installed periodically.

Design Options: When most people think of concrete floors they think of ugly gray utilitarian surfaces with sharp bumpy textures. However modern advances in concrete mixing and setting have allowed designers to achieve an endless variety of color and texture effects using this versatile material.

In some cases coloration will be mixed directly into the concrete before the slab is placed. For already installed floors you can either acid stain the surface, use an appropriate dye or staining agent, or paint over it with a water proof latex paint.

The texture of the concrete can be made smooth during the installation process. Alternatively decorative textural patterns can be carved into the surface while it is still setting. You also have the option of polishing the material to a smooth sheen, or etching it to create a faux tile effect.



Cleaning, grading and compacting the surface to work. Attaching wooden or metal formwork for casting borders. Application of expansion joint filler for polyethylene foam. Laying rebar or mesh, plastic or driveway with saddles made ​​on site. Pouring of the concrete, giving the thickness required for the project, spreading evenly, while applying a vibration.


Float surface with mechanical and manual equipment, followed by flatness correction (cut highs and lows filling). For subsequent application of finish. Development of cuts to avoid breaks in the concrete slab. Control sealing by placing polyethylene backer and auto-leveling polyurethane sealant. Quality Testing for concrete strength.  






(includes silanes, siloxanes, and silicates)



How They Work

Penetrate and react chemically within the capillaries of the concrete to shield against moisture penetration and deicing chemicals.

Form a thin protective film on the concrete surface. Available in both solvent- and water-based formulations.

Form a high-build protective film on the concrete surface. Available in both solvent- and water-based formulations.

Primary Applications

  • Exterior concrete surfaces subject to corrosion and freeze-thaw damage.
  • Where a natural, matte finish is desired.
  • Both exterior and interior concrete
  • On projects where easy application and economy is important
  • To enhance the beauty of colored, stamped or exposed- aggregate concrete
  • On fast-track projects, since acrylics often dry to the touch within an hour
  • Both exterior and interior concrete
  • On floors in high-traffic areas, to provide good resistance to scuffs and staining
  • To enhance the beauty of colored and stamped

Type of Finish

Provide invisible protection without changing the surface appearance or leaving a sheen.

Available in a range of sheen levels. Solvent-based acrylics generally enhance color better than water-based products.

Available in a range of sheen levels. Finish is transparent and non-yellowing.


Provide excellent protection against outdoor exposure conditions. Most products are also breathable, allowing moisture vapor to escape.

Provide good protection against water and chloride intrusion, but usually wear faster than polyurethanes and epoxies.Solvent-based acrylics generally perform better than water-based products for outdoor use. On indoor surfaces, softer acrylic sealers usually require regular maintenance with several coats of a sacrificial floor finish, or wax, to prevent wear and black heel marks.

Nearly twice as thick as acrylic sealers, and produce a very durable chemical- and abrasion-resistant finish. Most urethanes are moisture intolerant until they cure, so no water should be present on the surface when the sealer is.