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Gymnasium Recoating Service

This Service Is Available Province Wide For Your Convenience.

Your municipality can save thousands and tens of thousands with yearly and bi yearly recoating of the finish on your Gymnasium and various sprung Flooring Systems

Re Coating is 1/4th the Cost a Re Sand. or better.

Maintenance of HIGH TRAFFIC FLOORS:

Taking Care of Your Maple Sports Floor

Wood is porous and can absorb and release moisture. If the humidity rises, your wood floor will absorb that moisture, causing it to expand. If the humidity falls, your wood floor will release moisture, causing it to shrink. Many installations include expansion voids around the perimeter and around columns or floor inserts, plus expansion joints built into the floor surface. These features permit natural, normal expansion and contraction without damage to the floor. Too much moisture causes abnormal expansion, which can lead to cupping or buckling of your floor. In abnormally dry conditions the wood will contract, leaving separations between flooring strips.

Steps For Proper Maintenance: Dry Tack THE FLOOR DAILY with a properly treated dust mop. If the floor is used heavily, sweep it up to three times per day.

WIPE UP SPILLS and any moisture on the floor surface.

MAKE SURE THE HEATING/VENTILATING/AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM IS FUNCTIONING PROPERLY and set to maintain indoor relative humidifies between 35 percent and 50 percent year round. In areas of consistently high or low outside humidity, a 15 percent fluctuation will not adversely affect the maple.

REMOVE Scuffing and shoe marks using an approved floor cleaner applied with a soft cloth Contact your floor finish manufacturer for approved cleaning products.

INSPECT FLOOR FOR TIGHTENING OR SHRINKAGE. During wet weather, check for water leakage around doors and windows. Remove debris from expansion voids.

ALWAYS PROTECT THE FLOOR when moving heavy portable equipment or lifts. Ensure portable equipment does NOT have crowned wheels or wheels that include center ridges remaining from the molding process. These types of wheels can create very significant point loads.

Please Observe the Following: Shutting down the ventilation system in your facility for a prolonged period of time, Is a Bad Idea.

Clean your floor using No scrubbing machinery or power scrubbers that use water under pressure. Water is your floor's worst enemy!


We have made a special site for Gymnasiums  here...

 604 603 7317  Ken Moersch  ®AHF-All Hardwood Floor Ltd.™ ©2003-2012

                                                                                                          604 603 7317  Ken Moersch  ®AHF-All Hardwood Floor Ltd.™ ©2003-2012