Firm adds floor coating service to portfolio

Alexander Davidson, resin flooring director of Davidsons Blast Services
Alexander Davidson, resin flooring director of Davidsons Blast Services

A family-run Peterhead protective coatings company is building its portfolio of services with the introduction of an innovative resin floor protective coating.

Davidsons Blast Services (DBS), along with its sister company Davidsons Marine & Industrial Painters, both of which services the oil & gas, marine and subsea sectors, are offering the new floor coating service to industries where heavy footfall and vehicular traffic is the norm.

The resin flooring has proven to be popular in commercial sectors such as airports, warehouses, shopping centres, residential garages, distilleries, multi-storey car parks, and more recently, the innovative product has been applied to vessel decks and crane walkways.

The business partnered with Flowcrete, a market leading manufacturer of quality industrial and commercial resin flooring products, to successfully become approved applicators of the products.

The specialist applications that Davidsons’ offers provide complete flexibility of design, colour and the capability to apply bespoke patterns for a personalised floor finish.

Alexander Davidson, resin flooring director of DBS, said: “The resin flooring application is excellent for ground susceptible to heavily trafficked areas; it is hard wearing, low maintenance and can be fully cured within two hours.

“Garages are also taking advantage of the low maintenance, fast curing times.

“The uptake on our new service has been fantastic and the feedback is excellent.”

Ewan Aiken, managing director of Alex Aiken & Sons Ltd, said: “I would like to thank Davidsons for a great job of recommending and laying the new flooring in our Peterhead workshop, canteen and toilet area.

“We have never been able to come up with the correct solution and have wasted money time and time again applying the wrong type of flooring, but Davidsons’ new flooring system seems to have done the trick.”