Our Products and Finishes

Elite Crete Systems is a world leading manufacturer of specialty concrete and flooring products for two CSI Divisions:
Division 3 – Concrete: Decorative concrete systems, polymer modified cementitious overlayments, concrete surface repair and regrading.
Division 9 – Finishes: Fluid applied residential, commercial flooring and industrial floor coatings.

Learn more about our individual products and systems:

Acid Stain:
Concrete Stain:
Concrete Dyes:
Stamp Overlay:
Epoxy Coatings
Polyurethane:
Polyaspartic Polyurea:

Products and applications include; Seamless high end commercial flooring for retail, hospitality, educational, office buildings, hotels, shopping malls, auto dealerships, living spaces and restaurants. High performance industrial floor coatings for manufacturing facilities, warehouses, airplane hangars, service bays, food service/manufacturing facilities, cold storage areas, chemical containment areas, parking decks, medical/veterinarian and municipal buildings. Exterior concrete surfaces such as driveways, parking garages, pool decks, crosswalks, entry ways where a simple repair coat is require or a decorative overlayment is specified.

Proud to boast over 100 specification and technical support offices worldwide to assist architects, project managers and facility managers with projects.

 Specifications, Documents, Technical Data & Product Information

From CSI 3-Part MasterFormat specifications to Technical Data and Material Safety Data Sheets, here is where the substantial information can be found. CLICK HERE


Color Charts, Brochures & Banners

PDF and JPEG versions of all our our sales/marketing pieces designed to educate and inform contractors, property owners and specifiers. CLICK HERE


Learn More at Concretelocator.com

The largest and most visited on-line, interactive discussion forum pertaining to the decorative concrete, interior flooring and industrial coatings industry. CLICK HERE


 

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