Concrete floor dilapidation works progressing in Nottinghamshire and South Yorkshire

Level Best Concrete Flooring are nearing the end of another major concrete floor dilapidation and refurbishment project in Beeston, Nottingham. Thousands of previous tenant installed racking and fixing bolts have been removed prior to the removal of previous tenant installed line marking and demarcations. As seen on the photo below, multiple layers of paint has been removed by Level Best’s concrete floor repair experts prior to the remaining concrete repairing and polishing works commencing in Beeston, Nottingham.

Simultaneously Yorkshire-based industrial dilapidation and refurbishment specialists Level Best Concrete Flooring have been carrying out a heavy-duty joint removal and reinstatement project in Barnsley, South Yorkshire. Level Best were appointed to remove defective steel armoured construction joints and reinstate new steel profile joint along with a load transfer dowelling system. Phase 1 works have been signed off on this site. Further works are due to commence over the Christmas period and into the new year in South Yorkshire.

As the above and below shows, Level Best have a multitude of industrial concrete floor dilapidation and refurbishment solutions and systems available to cater for all warehouse and distribution facilities, needs and clients. All concrete floor repair works commence with a dilapidation survey carried out by one of Level Best several flooring expert surveyors. Concrete floor repair works always conclude with the handover of a suitable industrial concrete floor solution. To learn more please call Level Best Concrete Flooring on 01405 819199.

Multiple layers of line marking and concrete floor demarcations removed in Beeston, Nottingham
Heavy-duty joint removal and reinstatement completed in Barnsley, South Yorkshire by refurbishment specialists
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