URETHANE CEMENTS IN SAN DIEGO, CA

Designed to resist in harsh and demanding environments.

Specialized and conventional protective methods to shield your facility floor from stains, damages, and chemicals.

Urethane Cements installation is a core capability at Creek Stone Resurfacing - a team of professional surface installers with decades of experience in epoxy flooring services. It is designed to withstand harsh and demanding environments. It withstands thermal shock, abrasion, impact and chemical attack.

Urethane Cement is like epoxy, as it is also a thermosetting polymer. And it is also known as the high-performance floor coating. Although it is thick in comparison to epoxy, urethane has much more flexibility, allowing it to absorb impacts much better than epoxy can.

Although urethane is less hard than epoxy flooring, it is much more resistant. Urethane is less likely to be damaged from any high-velocity impact. Its elasticity allows it to outperform epoxy in areas with a high degree of heat variations. This is also very important for places that become very cold.

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Ryan and his employees refinished our driveway. It looks unbelievably amazing!!! I can't believe how much it improves the look of our property. Ryan was professional, knowledgeable and courteous. He did everything he promised and more, even personally supervising the job when something with the finished job had to be fixed, which he did at no cost. All of his workers were friendly, on time and hardworking. I love this company and can't say enough good things about it.

Elizabeth D.

We wanted a contemporary look in our new den and decided to go with polished concrete. Ryan walked us through our options and customized the stain just for our space. The result is even more beautiful than I imagined! Highly recommend!!!

Shannon J.

This team couldn't have done a more perfect job. Professional, walked me through each step in the process. Attention to detail remarkable. I can't wait to have them do my next project.

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