Driveway and entrance areas to apartments and residential estates can see a lot of traffic by both cars and pedestrians.
These locations are often constructed with hard wearing cement or stamped concrete.
As these are usually part of the body corporate common area, they are often painted or coated with a sealer to help them stay looking good.
This is great, but careful consideration into slip factor needs to be done and proper assessment of the location, type of surface and gradient so that the most suitable sealer and anti-slip treatment is chosen.
Preparing and sealing these areas can be time consuming and costly, especially if the area is quite large.
If the wrong sealer and anti-slip treatment is used, this can often result in an increase in slip factor when the surface is wet, and then even more expense to rectify the problem that should have been avoided.
We have over 40 years experience dealing with a wide range of situations, so speak to our customer support team to find the right solution for you property.