ESD Flooring Installation Questionnaire
To request an accurate and FREE ESD flooring installation quote please copy and paste the following in an email with your answers and send to us at email@example.com OR give us a call to discuss at 719 676 3928, (tech support or sales).
Note to overseas users of this webpage: We are NOT located in Canada and we are NOT hiring at this time. PLEASE do not spam us.
Note: Please send multiple photos of the existing floor or concrete substrate including close ups of expansion joints and saw cuts in the concrete slab. Please Note: Our mail server is limited to files that are smaller than 50 megs per e-mail.
Note: Jobsite Conditions - The building MUST be weathertight. Any type of ESD Flooring should be installed in the final stage of construction. Lighting, HVAC, electricity and running water should be fully functional and operating in a permanent mode.
Are there any special security concerns with gaining access to the job site?
Are our installers required to be in a Union?
Is this project subject to Davis-Bacon Wages?
MATERIALS YOU WISH US TO QUOTE (please place an x or highlight your preference)
ESD Epoxy Paint
ESD Concrete Sealer
ESD Glue Down Tiles
ESD Interlocking Tiles (perfect for small areas and leased facilities)
ESD Sheet Vinyl
BALL PARK ANTICIPATED SQUARE FOOTAGE:
CURRENT FLOORING TYPE: (please highlight or check)
*NEW Concrete slab (down less than a year).
*Unsealed concrete slabs (dull not shiny and readily absorbs water).
*Sealed Concrete (shiny, will not readily absorb water).
*Concrete covered with old mastic or flooring adhesive (estimate %)
*Concrete that is oily,
greasy, stained or potentially contaminated .
*Glued down carpet .
*Carpet over padding .
*Other (please specify)
DEMOLITION: If this area is covered with an existing flooring or paint that is not usable with one of our ESD flooring options do you wish United to remove the old flooring or will this be handled in house by the client? Note: Client is responsible for all disposal cost and dumpster fees.
SITE CONDITIONS: Are the following items functional?
CURRENT SUBSTRATE CONDITION:
NUMBER OF ROOMS OR AREAS TO BE COVERED:
AMOUNT OF ENCUMBRANCES (fixtures permanently attached to the substrate):
Lots Some None
IS A PRINT AVAILABLE IF NEEDED?
LOCATION OF POTENTIAL INSTALL:
Country (if not in the USA):
ANTICIPATED START DATE:
IS THIS A WORKING FACILITY (will employees be present when flooring installation is in progress)?
HOURS OF ACCESS: Can we work at any time during the day?
Are nights and weekends also acceptable if needed?
INBOUND SHIPPING: Does this location have people on site to accept shipments of our inbound flooring materials?
Does this location have a delivery dock?
SECURITY: Is the receiving area secured?
DUST: The installation process may generate slight to moderate amounts of dust. Is this a problem?
PROJECT MANAGEMENT: It is our feeling that good communications between the client and our install team is imperative to the success of the project. As such United SCP requests that an approved client representative be available at the start of the install and each morning during the various install phases. The client is encouraged to review the previous day's workmanship, make suggestions and ultimately sign off on the work in progress alleviating surprises at the end of the installation. Will someone from your team be available?
WALL BASE: Do you wish us to quote on installation of wall base (the vinyl material that borders the floor and bottom of the wall)?
EXPANSION JOINTS: Please note - this section only pertains to ElectraGuard. Many of our clients prefer the expansion joints and saw cuts in the concrete be filled and sanded prior to us installing ElectraGuard in order to provide a "seamless" ESD floor. Representative photo. Although rare, the expansion joints may expand to the point of cracking the topical fill used in the repair. Thus, expansion joint repair is not covered under our standard warranty and may slightly raise the cost of the installation. Do you wish us to quote on filling the expansion joints and saw cuts?
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