Floor Leveling

If a concrete slab needs to be leveled, our self-leveling pumps can handle as much as 30,000 feet in one day. They can correct uneven floors, repair damaged concrete, and provide a smooth and durable new surface for decorative treatments. These flowable polymer-modified toppings have the ability to self level without troweling, making them a quick solution for smoothing and leveling worn or uneven concrete.

We have 2 mixing pumps for self-leveling. Each pump is capable of producing up to 7,000 ft per hour


Shotblasing is a dust free method of removing contaminants such as carpet glues, tile glues, mortar beds and profiling the concrete to accept new coatings or other types of floor covering materials. In order for a new coating or overlay to bond properly, the concrete must be clean and have a surface the consistency of 80 grit sand paper. Shotblasting is the most widely recognized and accepted method for concrete preparation in the industry.

Floor Covering Removal

Using one of our three terminators, Floor Logic can remove 10,000 square feet of floor covering per day which helps projects stay on schedule, saves time and money over manual removal options. Floor Logic offers both propane powered and electric units for specific job site needs.

These units remove carpet, carpet tile, VCT tile, LVT tile, sheet vinyl, ceramic tile, marble and hardwood in no time.

Diamond Grinding

Diamond grinding is a great alternative to shotblasting when a coating needs to be scuffed or removed prior to new coating application without damaging the top layer of concrete. Diamond grinding is also a great method of glue and mortar bed removal. Various levels of profile can be achieved with the use of more course or fine diamond tooling.

Floor Logic can remove any coatings and/or provide the shine of your choice with our many grinders

Grinding & Sealing

Grinding and sealing is system to a achieve a polished concrete floor look, but is cheaper and very commonly used. The concrete is ground back to achieve the desired stone exposure level and then sealed to produce a high gloss or matte finish. Sealers are usually clear and can be water or solvent based acrylics, epoxies, or urethane. A stain ban be used with grinding & sealing to create a decorative flooring.

Moisture Mitigation

Did you know that moisture is the cause of 70% of all flooring failures. While moisture is needed in a concrete slab to maintain, excess moisture can damage floor finishes and can cause additional headaches, such as mold and mildew. We have a way to test for moisture and remediate it, if necessary, prior to any final treatment. There are a variety of products to combat this issue, with many being epoxy based treatments applied prior to finishing. Moisture mitigation is important to keep your construction on schedule and to protect your concrete flooring investment.