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Joint Filling

Flooring & Concrete Expansion Joint Fillers

Are you looking for a service when it comes to flooring and concrete expansion joint fillers? Here at Florida Epoxy, we specialize in this type of installation. Are you not exactly sure what this service is? Or how it works? Our professionals are here to make sure you have all the information you need to grasp how we can help you firmly. We are serving Broward County & Palm Beach County.

What is an Expansion Joint Filler Installation?
Concrete floors are built with expansion joints so that as temperature change and heavy loads exert pressure on the slab, the floor sections can flex rather than crack. While these joints are created to protect the integrity of the floor, they are also the first place where the floor begins to deteriorate.

The joint fillers are used to control the floor installation in place. The most common use of the joint fillers is seen on larger scale units such as driveways, roads, and sidewalks because they are in constant use. Your floors can also be in need of joint fillers because newly installed floors start contraction after some time. Joint fillers fill the gap between the floor slabs and make it water-resistant and damage-free. However, the installation can get complicated. That is where we come in.

The Types of Concrete Expansion Joint

Expansion joint filler in concrete slabs

The joint expansion fillers are flexible joint fillers mixed with urethane. These fillers basically work for the expansion in your concrete slabs. Whenever you install a concrete floor in your driveway or garage, the slabs slightly start to narrow down in space, leaving expansion gaps. The joint control fillers cover the area so that no dirt or water can have access to go beneath the floor to damage it. These joint fillers are especially for interior gap-filling used.

Joint filling in seamless floors

Our floor installation services also offer joint fillers for seamless floors. When you install a seamless floor, there are apparently no joints because it is poured at once epoxy floor. These floors start to make gaps from the corners where the floor meets the walls. The mixing properties of these joint fillers are almost the same as the epoxy material, so it blends in with the floor easily by just applying it in the gaps.

Semi-rigid joint filler installation

The semi-rigid joint filler strips are for the heavyweight traffic areas such as busy roads because the slabs of concrete roads start to narrow down in space leaving filling gaps. These gaps can create difficulty for the drivers and the vehicles. These fillers are mostly used in commercial and industrial areas.

Call Our Team Today!
We are here to help with your concrete expansion joint fillers. Our team works with a wide range of people such as architects, building owners, and contractors to ensure that we provide the right solution for your specific project. Whether you want an aesthetically pleasing new epoxy resin floor for your commercial building, a functional floor for your industrial warehouse, or a clean and shiny floor for your business, we’re here to help. Call Florida Epoxy today at (954) 302-2247 to discuss your project today. We are always serving Broward County & Palm Beach County.