We will look at the prices of various works related to the performance of industrial floors

The price of industrial flooring is made up of many factors. We will talk about these factors and give average prices for industrial floors.

What is the price of industrial flooring

The price of industrial flooring depends on many factors. Here are some of them.

Material: Different raw materials have different prices. Epoxy, polyurethane, acrylic or methacrylate floors have different costs, and the choice of raw materials has a big impact on the final price of industrial flooring.

Screeding concrete and industrial floors

Area: The larger the field to cover, the greater the cost. In addition, the price per square meter may fall for larger areas due to the scale of production.

Condition of the substrate: If the substrate requires a lot of preparatory work (leveling, removing old flooring, filling cracks, removing dirt), then this can increase the final cost, that is, the price of industrial flooring.

Industrial floor price

Flooring type: Different technologies have different costs - for example, anti-slip, anti-static or chemical resistant flooring can be more expensive than standard epoxy flooring.

Floor thickness: Thicker floor involves using more material, which means higher industrial floor price.

Additional work: This may include elements such as grouting, anti-slip coating or marking.

Labor cost: Depending on the region and level of specialization of the contractor, the labor cost will vary. The price of industrial flooring in a small company may be different from the price of a large company. This difference will be reflected on the quality of the work done.

Remember that industrial flooring is an investment for years. So, first of all, it is necessary to pay attention to the quality of workmanship and durability of materials, and not just the cost of investment itself.

Industrial floor price

We lower prices when building industrial floors

Accurate planning and estimation of the materials needed can help avoid unnecessary waste and additional costs as industrial flooring prices rise.

Before deciding to purchase, it is worth comparing the prices of different suppliers of concrete and other materials to find the most cost-effective option. Use the most economical and durable materials for pouring industrial concrete floors. Choosing materials with high quality and durability may cost more at first, but it will save you money in the long run, reducing the need for repairs and maintenance.

Hiring a specialist to carry out the work can also bring savings, because specialists have the experience and skills that allow them to perform their work efficiently and effectively, which reduces the waste of materials and time. You may also want to consider using energy-efficient solutions, such as polished concrete floors, which can help reduce energy costs in the long run. Buying in large quantities: many suppliers offer discounts, on industrial flooring price, on large quantities, which can be profitable if you build a lot of industrial flooring.

Regular maintenance and maintenance of industrial concrete floors can help extend their service life and avoid costly repairs. Construction or renovation in seasons when industrial flooring prices are lower, can bring significant savings. If possible, use leftover concrete or other materials from previous projects. It is not only ecological, but also economical.

Price of industrial flooring, including additional services (net, current for Poland, December 2023)

Work execution of industrial concrete floor: to 100 m2 - 6500 €, from 100 to 150 m2 - 45 € / m2, from 150 to 300 m2 - 40 € / m2, from 300 to 500 m2 - 36 € / m2, from 500 m2 - from 34 € / m2;
Work Linear drainage laying: 150 € / lin.m;
Work Profiling and compaction of soil: 20 € / m2;
Rent Excavator with operator: 350 € / 1 h;
Rent Vibrating plate: 450 € / 1 day + 150 € delivery;
Material Concrete rubble for levelling: 55 € / m3;
Material Concrete: c25/30 - 380 € / m3;
Material Dry shake hardener: 1.8 € / m2;
Material PE-foil: 1.5 € / m2;
Material Reinforcement steel fiber: 240 € / m3 concrete;
Material Reinforcement synthetic fiber: 70 € / m3 concrete;
Material Reinforcement Wire mesh fi8 2x5 m: 34 € / m2;
Material Impregnation (liquid foil): 3.2 € / m2;
Material Steel angle bracket for installation at the gate: 40 € / lin.m;
Delivery of materials: from 500 €;
Concrete pumping: 1500-4500 €;
Garbage removal: 750 € / 7 m3.

Always, during construction, not only to the price of industrial flooring, but at any construction it is worth leaving in reserve about 20% of the cost for unforeseen additional costs.

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