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    Fixing an existing brewery's floor

    We just moved into a brand new building with an epoxy product that just is not cutting it. It more has to do with the preparation of the floor and the thickness of the epoxy itself, but either way, we need to find a solution going forward. Has anyone had their floor overhauled during high volume production times? I understand we will need to most likely shut down for a week to keep the floors dry, but has anyone experienced this that could give some pointers? Our GC has only paid a portion of the epoxy floor bill so far which is my only saving grace at this point. Anything helps.

    Thanks
    Last edited by gavinsecchi; 01-02-2020 at 03:35 PM.

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    We would love to help! We have done over 260 breweries in 18 states. Feel free to call or email me!
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    WWW.CASCADEFLOORS.COM
    chris@cascadefloors.com

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