Got a client who is a property manager for a large apartment complex. They are wanting to cleaning the breezeways, walkways and stairs for the 18 buildings in the complex. They also want to look at sealing the concrete.
- Tenants, by evidence all over the place, appear to have little regard for spills and such.
- Prosoco has a sealer that has a high resistance to spills, oils, etc ( I believe it is SLX) which is also one of their most expensive sealers. I am talking with my Rep about the list of possible products to use.
- Has anyone sealed an apartment complex like this?
My gut keeps telling me, this will not be a good ROI for the client, as the residents won’t care of cleaning up spills and even the very best sealer is going to degrade when spills are left on it. The client will pay the big bucks to seal and then a year from now being disappointed that it still does not look new.
I have already set the expectation of concerns with sealing in this environment and the high likelihood of a significantly reduced life of sealer and recommended with sticking to yearly cleanings but would like any anecdotal results from someone here that has actually done it.