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- Company Exhibiting June 22-24 in Orlando -

NEW YORK, June 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Stuart Dean will give building owners and facility managers a closer look at its new HardCore product line for floor and wall resurfacing, restoration and protection at the 2014 Every Building Conference and Expo, presented by BOMA International and BUILDINGS. Taking place June 22-24, 2014 in Orlando, Fl. at the Gaylord Palms Convention Center, the expo features more than 400 exhibitors, expert-led sessions, networking and the opportunity to address relevant topics and issues with colleagues across the industry. Stuart Dean will be located at booth #1413.

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"Stuart Dean's HardCore product line offers a significant value proposition by addressing a variety of restoration and maintenance challenges that building owners and facility managers face on an ongoing basis," said Mark Parrish, president and CEO of Stuart Dean.  "From bathrooms and common areas to stairwells and floors, every property has an architectural surface that our HardCore solutions can address, and we are pleased to showcase these for the first time at BOMA's International Conference."

The HardCore product line for floor and wall resurfacing, restoration and protection creates beautiful, durable and cost-effective solutions to new or damaged concrete and other substrates with the application of five advanced products:.

  • HardShield:  Water-based, clear epoxy sealer for floors, walls and stone surfaces. Excellent UV resistance, available with a patent-pending antimicrobial polymer system.
  • HardFlor:  Heavy duty ¼" bonded industrial flooring surfaces.
  • HardCote:  Customizable coating for walls.  Bonds with concrete, metals and industrial surfaces.  Ultra-hygienic, antimicrobial polymer formulation available.
  • HardCure:  High bond, epoxy primer for all surfaces including 24-hour green concrete curing and moisture remediation.
  • HardCove: 100% total solids, trowelable epoxy used for creating cove base.  Excellent for patching cracks and holes.

Together, all five applications deliver a rapid concrete curing, leveling and reinforcement and antimicrobial surface protection.

HardCore is part of Stuart Dean's ProFormance Series of surface solutions that include advanced technologies that clean, restore and re-engineer surfaces, providing refinishing, polishing, sealing, anti-microbial protection, grout and flooring solutions and facade restoration. The series includes four product lines that are available directly or with professional installation from Stuart Dean. They are water-based, low-/no-VOC products developed to professionally address multi-industry requirements in wall and floor protection, preparation and reinforcement. 

About Stuart Dean
Stuart Dean is an international provider of renowned architectural restoration services, specializing in metal refinishing; stone polishing, cleaning and sealing; wood refinishing; glass restoration; innovative and sustainable grouts and flooring solutions; and curtain wall and facade restoration. Thousands of clients trust Stuart Dean to restore and preserve their buildings, retail stores, institutions and restaurants every day. Stuart Dean offers a portfolio of services to enhance the beauty and retain the value of a wide array of architectural assets. The company has been in business for over 80 years, with 22 offices in the U.S. and Canada and over 450 employees. Major markets served include Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Cleveland, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Miami, Nashville, New York, Norfolk, Orange County, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Richmond, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, St. Louis, Tampa, Toronto, Vancouver and Washington, D.C. For more information, visit www.stuartdean.com.

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412-642-7700


elizabeth.bacheson@elias-savion.com

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