Our Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Safety Procedures

As we continue to monitor the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, we want our customers to know that we are taking this very seriously and pledge to continue serving you during these times. We are still open and our #1 priority is the health and safety of our staff and customers. Here are some of the initial measures we are taking for the well-being of our customers and community: -Our Team Members will not shake your hand and will always try and stay the recommended distance of 6 feet away from you at all times -Each Team Member will wear protective gear around you -We have each Team Member report a health check daily advising of their own health, and those in their home / local communities -

Did You Know KRSI Can Handle Your Pool Surface Preparation?

Yes! We do! If your pool is showing its age, it may be time to consider pool resurfacing. Your pool may have cracks, blisters, or discolorations that a resurface will eliminate. Ultra-High Pressure water blasting and shot blasting rapidly remove stubborn finishes like old plaster, tile and epoxies. The process is environmentally friendly and dust free, releasing no harmful or contaminated dust particles into the air. Ultra-high pressure water blasting works efficiently on both horizontal and vertical surfaces. After the resulting rubble is collected, the surface will be ready for a new coating of pool plaster. Call us today if you need pool surface preparation services!

Why is Polished Floor Maintenance So Important?

Due to its durability and great look, polished concrete is very popular among flooring contractors. Though people think otherwise, polished concrete is not totally "maintenance free". Regular, low-maintenance measures must be taken to make sure a polished floor keeps its finished look. If you don't do this, stains, salt etching and regular wear-and-tear from foot traffic can dull the shine and diminish floor quality. The Three Stages of Polished Floor Maintenance Stage 1: Restore Any spill left on polished concrete can stain the surface. A properly applied stain protector can remedy this. If a citric, acidic or caustic liquid is allowed to sit on polished concrete, it can etch the surface, a

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1605 Whipple Road

Hayward CA 94544


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