Why Use Ashford Formula?
Your concrete floor is more than a building foundation. It represents a foundational element of a productive company. Damaged floors impact your companies ability to perform.
Ashford Formula provides you with a permanently denser, penetration and abrasion-resistant concrete surface. Ashford Formula is a chemically reactive liquid that penetrates the concrete, solidifying the surface components into a solid mass.
Ashford Formula's unique compound is inorganic, non-toxic, and free of colour and odour, making it the safe and environmentally friendly option.
Ashford Formula stands the test of time, backed by a standard 20-year warranty. You can increase to a life-time warranty with an approved maintenance program and transfer the warranty*. Contact us to learn more about the Ashford Formula Warranty Program terms and conditions.
Why Maintenance is
Critical & Proposed
Maximizing the longevity of your concrete floors while keeping operational costs low is no easy feat. A regular maintenance program can help decrease expenses and down-time without consuming additional resources or staff. We offer a full range of maintenance programs and products, ensuring your product warranty remains valid for the lifetime of your floors.
Types of Maintenance
We understand you are constantly juggling production, budget, and safety concerns. If your team handles maintenance internally, we can provide you with the appropriate cleaners and maintenance products for optimal performance. We also offer a full range of floor repair, resurfacing, and restoration solutions, including floor prep and mud jacking.
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WHY CHOOSE PROTECTIVE SURFACE ENTERPRISES?
With more than 30 years of experience providing exceptional service to Canadian businesses, we know concrete. From 5 litres to 5000, our professionally trained and qualified team can apply or supply you with the Ashford Formula and approved maintenance products.
We support you as the builder or owner to densify and protect the concrete right after the pour has been completed—all the way through the building's lifecycle. This includes providing maintenance programs and warranty support to the end-user.