Serving the Maryland, Washington D.C. & N. Virginia Areas

Serving the Maryland, Washington & Virginia Areas

Concrete Floor Sealing

sealing concreteConcrete Floor Sealing Service

Concrete is one of the most durable and beautiful flooring surfaces available today. But as anyone with a concrete floor knows, this porous surface can be easily stained, marred by grease, darkened, chipped or otherwise damaged when it’s subjected to high traffic. Concrete floor sealing can solve these problems by making the surface nonporous and protecting it from nicks and chips.

Why Seal?

Your floors will be new again! We offer clear sealers & custom colors. When you seal your concrete floor, you’re actually strengthening it and making it more impermeable. Your floor will last much longer and look much better. With the proper sealing, you’ll enjoy lower maintenance since your floors will stay cleaner, resist stains, increase the ambient light by a full one-third (decreasing your energy cost), appear lighter in color and most importantly have a non-slip surface.

 The Process

RJC Janitorial is skilled at janitorial services, and that’s just the beginning. We have extensive experience with different types of flooring, and we recognize the important nuances involved with sealing concrete, so much so that we created a separate division devoted to this specific service. Our certified professional certified staff consists of full-time RJC employees who specialize in sealing concrete.

Our process is thorough. First, we remove any unsightly marks or nicks by grinding the floor down to its natural finish using diamond infused pads. RJC provides stunning decorative concrete flooring options, like coloring, decorative overlays and acid staining. We customize the stain to deepen the color or to have it match your interior. Finally, we seal the concrete, employing either an epoxy, acrylic, silicone or urethane sealant, just to name a few, depending upon your needs.

Contact us today to learn more about sealing your concrete flooring system.

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