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Flooding of Floors in Commercial & Industrial Buildings

Flooding of Floors in Commercial & Industrial Buildings

We watch the terrible flooding in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and surrounding states on the news each night and our hearts go out to all of those who have lost their family members, their homes and their businesses.

Once the roads are safe to travel, QuestMark, a division of CentiMark Corporation, can help to meet your emergency flooring needs in your commercial and industrial buildings. We can help with fast floor clean-ups, debris removal and resurfacing floors.

QuestMark - Main number 800-743-8890:

  • QuestMark - Houston, TX: 713-587-9002
  • QuestMark - Dallas, TX: 817-522-5151

“After flooding in commercial buildings, typically the first damage that occurs is to our customers existing floor coverings - tile, carpet, hardwood, etc. QuestMark can remove these damaged floor coverings and install a polished concrete or epoxy system. If more traditional floor coverings are desired - especially in office or commercial settings - QuestMark can remove damaged floor coverings and prepare the concrete to receive the new floor coverings. We have the largest fleet of floor removal equipment in the industry; therefore, the projects can be undertaken in a timely manner.”
- Dan Greene, Central Region Sales Manager, QuestMark, 817-522-5142.

“When flooding occurs, panic sets in at commercial and industrial facilities. Most types of flooring (VCT, carpet, linoleum) just cannot take on water.

QuestMark can help with floor flooding by first removing the existing floor with our fleet of tile-removal and planetary grinding machines. Then, we can provide solutions to install our DiamondQuest polished concrete system or resinous systems. We can also prepare the floor for carpet, VCT and/or linoleum.

QuestMark has the capabilities to inspect an area, provide timely solutions and mobilize crews ASAP.”
- Jimmy Kokrak, QuestMark, 713-587-9008

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