At CBS we are highly experienced in laying warehouse concrete flooring day in, day out, all over the country.
CSCS Accredited installers also on NVQ Scheme
Over 99% of our clients have rated our work 10 out of 10
No reportable accidents in the last 5 years
Experts in warehouse concrete flooring
Warehouse concrete flooring needs to be flat, smooth, durable surfaces with minimum joints & added reinforcements to control cracking. We value engineer a floor that meets your project needs & budget.
Fully Accredited Installers
Contractors are fully certified and accredited with CSCS on concrete NVQ schemes
100 % Snag Free Promise
We don't leave any job unfinished, and we promise to rectify any issues within 14 days
Over 100,000 m2 laid
In 2017 we laid over 100,000 square metres of concrete in warehouses.
CHOOSING THE RIGHT STUFF
Warehouse Concrete Flooring
More often than not warehouse concrete flooring requires a reinforced surface to safely manage the incredible weight and heavy traffic they endure on a daily basis. Reinforcement is installed either as traditional steel mesh and re-bar or AS steel/Polypropylene fibres. We can design these and provide an insurance backed warranty.
Perimeter shuttering, expansion/contraction and cracking control may also be required, which we can supply.
Types of Lay
For a warehouse concrete floor you need to consider the primary purpose of the space. If high racking or shelves are to be installed you may need a high tolerance surface (FM2 or FM3) to allow smooth forklift operation. For this, we’d recommend a Laser Screed Lay to cover a large area to a high degree of flatness and levelness (More information on Floor Tolerance Classes). If you have access restrictions or only a small surface to concrete, we’d use our smaller laser screeds instead. Or screed rails using the ‘Acra Screed’ system of which we are approved installers.
Most warehouse concrete floors have racking or high traffic areas, which indicates the need for a very flat surface using a range of Powerfloats, We can achieve flatness tolerances of FM1 – FM2; ensuring your floor is smoother for forklift operations. If you have a very high traffic warehouse; you’ll want to consider a dry shake topping which provides an extra layer of resilience against wear & tear. If you have plans to surface the floor with tiles or a decorative finish, a lower flatness tolerance without dry shake topping will usually suffice.
Warehouse Concreting Projects
We’ve installed warehouse concrete flooring all across the country. Check out some of our warehouse case studies; you’re sure to find a previous job we’ve completed that closely matches your needs.
Reportable accidents in 2017 over 100,000 hours worked
for cleanliness, safety and effective communication
of installers accredited and certified with CHAS
satisfaction across all warehouse concrete laid