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Moisture Mitigation

Not addressing moisture problems in concrete can cost owners and contractors hundreds of thousands of dollars! ACS has several solutions for Moisture Mitigation to protect your interests.

ACS has been involved in countless floor leveling projects. In our 30 plus years in the commercial flooring industry, we have seen floor flatness problems that even the most experienced floor prep contractors cannot solve. One thing that we hear more and more is the need for Moisture Mitigation. Problems in concrete slabs can cost owners hundreds of thousands of dollars. If a moisture problem exists in concrete, the cost to repair after the problem has been identified can be up to 5 times the cost of treating the problem prior to installation of finished floors.

ACS installs several systems which are designed to stop moisture related problems with floor coverings. We install systems designed to reduce the Moisture Vapor Emission Rate (MVER) in concrete of up to 25 lbs per 1000 square feet, per 24 hours to less than 3 lbs per square foot.

The real advantage to using ACS for moisture mitigation is our leveling capabilities. Most moisture mitigation products will require a topping and ACS can pour the minimum depth of topping but we can also use gypsum or self-leveling underlayments which allow us the capability to find a solution that can meet any budget.

All of the systems ACS installs are backed by up to a 10 year manufacturers warranty.


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This picture shows the floor after a thorough shotblast has been performed.

ACS crews installing the moisture mitigation product prior. An additional layer of primer will be applied prior to self-leveling underlayment installation.

Floor after being sealed prior to the primer and self-leveling underlayment.

Finished floor after 1/8"-1/4" of self-leveling topping has been poured. This surface is ready to receive resilient floor goods.