Parking Deck Resin Systems
Multi-storey car parks help maximise the number of parking spaces in busy cities. Since there are often many places to choose from for customers to park, it is in the best interests of the car park owners and operators to ensure that their car park is clean and safe. A car park that feels well-kept will inevitably attract and retain customers. What’s more, car park owners and operators have a duty of care to their customers to ensure their safety.
Deck finishing is essential to prevent the deterioration of the reinforced concrete structural frame. Damage could result in the car park becoming unsafe. It also prevents water ingress through the decks. Leaks can quickly cause wet slippery floors, which not only look unsightly but can cause customers to slip. In addition, leaks can cause damaged alkaline salts to drip onto the paintwork of parked cars - both of which could cause costly legal claims.
Preventing water and de-icing salt penetration through car park decks is an essential part of maintaining and providing a safe place to park.
Avoiding potential claims is at the forefront of every car park owner and operator's mind. Accidents caused by unsafe slippery surfaces in a car park can lead to legal claims that will be very costly. They cause considerable inconvenience in time and effort for the customers and the owners and an accident can cause a customer to be injured and unable to go about their daily life. The reputation of the car park will be damaged and custom lost.
Car park designers recognise the importance of providing a resin floor finish to top deck, intermediate deck and ramp areas. Watertight sealed joints and a durable surface are required for both new car parks and refurbishments. We work with resin flooring experts who have the technical expertise to provide superior resin flooring that meets the arduous requirements of a busy car park. Our practical experience and expertise means you are in safe hands, we work with you to achieve the successful completion of your new car park or car park refurbishment. Our dedicated team supports you from the condition survey through to completion. The design team takes into account your key considerations for a new build and provides the best solution in deck finishing for your project.
Parking Deck Surface Wearing System Requirements:
We work with you to select the most appropriate surface wearing system for your project. The condition of an existing structure will dictate the best product to use. The previous surfacing treatments will be assessed along with the anticipated future use and exposure. Working within budgetary constraints whilst ensuring safety is important to most projects with the additional demands for sustainable deck surface wearing system products.
S&R resin flooring experts take into account every aspect of your car park project whether it is a refurbishment, upgrade or a new car park structure. Looking at the various areas of the car park, we will identify areas where a different treatment may be required such as ramps, turning circles and exposed top decks. Our experts will help you to make the right decisions when choosing and installing the most suitable and economical resin based solutions.
Efficiency is key in deck surface wearing systems. Downtime has a financial effect on the car park owners; therefore it is essential that works are completed in a timely manner. Depending upon time constraints the choice of which resin to use can be affected. For example, if time is less of an issue, cement repairs or new cement can be allowed to dry out fully. For projects with a tight timescale, either a Polyurea, polyaspartic or MMA system may be required for a rapid return to service. The rapid reaction of the chemicals in the Polyurea system means that the mixing and application requires specialised equipment and a trained application crew.
Whatever your requirements we will work with you to advise how to achieve the successful, cost-effective completion of your project.
Benefits of this system include:
Protects concrete from oil and chemical spillages
Virtually solvent free
Slip resistance options available
Approximately 1-3mm thickness from two coats
Is available in all RAL colours upon request
Protected by warranties