concrete floor

Project Profile on Apartment in Denver CO

This private apartment located in Denver, CO was in need of a new floor. Trained flooring contractors installed the durable, high strength GSL® K2.6, a gypsum self leveling underlayment to the subfloor. In a single pour, applications from 0.375” up to 3” depth can be achieved. The medium flow GSL®  with self-leveling consistency remains placable for nearly 30 minutes, yet…

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Introducing Dependable’s new patching product SKIMCRETE® XP!

Introducing Dependable’s new patching product designed especially for exterior use. SKIMCRETE® XP is a high strength concrete mix with an added corrosion inhibitor. This exterior patch provides all the workability characteristics of high strength ready mix concrete. When blended with water and stone SKIMCRETE® XP can be poured into forms, vibrated in place, and finished in depths up to 10…

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DEPENDABLE’S FEATHERCRETE®

FEATHERCRETE® is an ultra fine textured, latex modified cement based patch. FEATHERCRETE® may be used to skim or fill most substrates without priming or the use of additives. FEATHRCRETE® is creamy and smooth spreading to provide a superior finish for the installation of most any floor covering, including sheet vinyl. FEATHERCRETE® is available in 10…

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CUTDOWN II-Valued Performance

Cutdown II – Valued Performance With a family of problem solving products, CUTDOWN II may be the most impressive. DEPENDABLE offers a wide variety of products to solve substrate problems, but for the overall value, CUTDOWN II provides an especially economical and often “low prep” barrier for moisture, moderate alkalinity (11 pH), OR adhesive residue…

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“Light Commercial Hardwood: Savvy Pointers to Avoid Costly Callbacks”

“Paramount to a successful commercial hardwood flooring installation is in knowing how to avoid certain pitfalls normally associated with commercial installations that don’t come into play as often in residential applications. There are quite a few of them, but I have selected five that could cause serious headaches and costly callbacks if not properly addressed.…

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“Relative Humidity Testing for Concrete: ASTM F2170 Becoming the Preferred Method”

“Why do testing?  The simplest reason why is to follow the industry standard: ASTM F710, Standard Practice for Preparing Concrete Floors to Receive Resilient Flooring. The language in the standard is very simple, and uses legal terms like “all,” “shall” and “regardless” that don’t allow for any wiggle room. “All concrete slabs shall be tested for…

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