We are very proud to announce that we have been awarded for the fourth year in a row, the achievement of being an Elite Sikafloor Installer. This is very important to our company, as the quality of our floors is of utmost importance. Below are the specifics of what being an Elite Sikafloor Installer means in Sika’s words.
“Protective Coating Specialists Named an Elite Sikafloor® Installer for 2019
Appleton, WI – April 30, 2019 – Sika Corporation has renewed Protective Coating Specialists as an Elite Level installer of Sika floor and wall systems for 2019. The company is among a selected group of flooring contractors recognized for their commitment to high quality resinous floor and wall installations.
Each year every Sikafloor Installer goes through a rigorous training and evaluation program to assure that they meet Sika’s high standards. In addition, each contractor is evaluated and rated annually on a variety of technical and business criteria and classified into one of three categories – Elite Sikafloor Installer, Master Sikafloor Installer and Sikafloor Installer – with Elite Installer being the highest level of achievement.
“We are pleased to renew Protective Coating Specialists as a Sikafloor Elite Installer,” said Stew Snoddy, senior vice president of Sika Corporation’s Flooring Division. “Elite Level floor and wall installers are the best in the business, having demonstrated an unparalleled commitment to quality and the resinous flooring industry.”
For information on the floor and wall services of Protective Coating Specialists call (920) 733-0688.
Sika Corporation is a global leader with over 100 years of experience in building materials and restoration technologies. Sika’s high performance, seamless floor and wall systems are trusted and relied upon by designers and facility managers for their outstanding performance, durability, easy maintenance and aesthetic enhancement in a wide range of industries that include food and beverage, electronics and static control, clean rooms, pharmaceuticals, education, transportation, commercial / institutional construction, and general manufacturing.”