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    Floor Laying Refinishing & Resurfacing in Show Low


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    Business Listing   Above the Rest Cleaning & Maintenance Specialist - Show Low, AZ - Phone: (928) 532-5509


    Business Listing   Wagon Wheel Flooring - Show Low, AZ - Phone: (928) 537-3419


    Business Listing   Western Carpet & Tile CO Inc - Show Low, AZ - Phone: (928) 537-1702


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    Helpful Definition for: Floor Laying Refinishing & Resurfacing


    Floor laying, refinishing & resurfacing in Show Low denote the flooring services that provide a number of advantages to the concrete floor. Floor laying is the task of laying cement concrete flooring and can be employed either with strips or without strips. Both the methods require curing for at least 10 days. The major floor laying services available in Show Low include- Epoxy Flooring for water proofing, Polyurethane Flooring for exterior coating, Silicone Coating for water repellent coating, Chlorinated rubber paint for chemical & algae resistant, waterproof coating, Synthetic Rubber Paint for Tennis, Badminton or Basketball court coating, Polymers, Acrylic and Polysulfide coating.

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