The JetRock Commercial Flooring Replacement Process
Our Process Is Simple, Our Product is Long Lasting
- JetRock Floors are the solutions for problem tile floors. In most cases, the floor can be installed in the evening, and ready to use the next day. The process begins when your tile floors have become broken and unsightly. Cracks in tile floors harbor mold and bacteria, which combine to give off unpleasant odors. Tile floors that are worn and broken can also pose hazards to employees.
- A phone call to JetRock is the next step, and we will schedule a time for one of our qualified installers to visit your location. After careful assessment including measuring the project space, we will generate an accurate quote.
- Next, we prepare a detailed project plan that is easy to understand and presents every phase of the project, from equipment removal, through installation, to completion.
- The area is carefully prepped for installation, which can include sloping for proper water run off, filling in holes, and tying into drains and diamond grinding. Finally, the floor is cleaned for maximum adherence of the JetRock floor.
- To ensure consistent quality, all JetRock floor kits are manufactured and assembled to exact measurements at our factory. Our crews perform the final mixing on site with specialized JetRock designed equipment that adds an extra degree of accuracy when installing the floor.
- The radius cove base is troweled on first when required. This step ensures that there are no open seams where dirt and grime can collect and breed unhealthy bacteria. The radius cove base will seamlessly integrate with the floor for a watertight seal.
- After the cove base, we trowel the 3/16” JetRock floor directly over your existing floor. The floor will cure in 6 to 8 hours, and once that time has elapsed, trained crews will move your equipment back to its correct place getting you back to business.
- Your JetRock Floor is ready to use – and you can say goodbye to broken and cracked slippery tile floors that leak, hold contaminants, and are unsafe for your staff.