Service. Quality. SafeTy. Professionalism.
Applied Industrial Flooring is on a relentless quest to deliver the safest, cleanest and longest-lasting industrial floors available on the market.
We aim to provide the highest-quality services and customer experience in restoring and protecting concrete floor surfaces, making them safer, cleaner and more productive for the well-being of all.
Since 1975, our experience and dedication to this market has been unparalleled.
We are and will continue to be Canada’s superior provider of safe, clean and productive floors that are healthy for all, environmentally sustainable and contribute to the advancement of the industry toward consistent LEED Certification achievements.
TO US, IT'S ALL CEMENTICS
Applied Industrial Flooring has excelled at beginning-to-end prep and installation of safe, clean and effective flooring solutions for the industrial market for over 40 years.
Our staff are the most qualified and skilled in the industry. It speaks volumes that our in-house consultancy literally helped create certain industrial floor building codes. Our flooring installations not only repair and restore your business’ concrete surfaces, they improve workplace safety and ensure custom compliance toward your unique industry’s standards. Due to our high, meticulous standards, AIF has become a go-to flooring provider for the food and beverage industry.
As both Certified Applicators of the leading industrial flooring products & members of the Sealant and Waterproofing Association, our team offers more than a lifetime of knowledge, experience and expertise on epoxy, MMA, urethane, traffic membrane, and polished concrete full installations.
We are beyond proud of our installation and customer standards, and we look forward to flooring you too.
Applied Industrial Flooring was founded by Doug Wendler.
Mark McLeod leaves his long-time role with a large American industrial flooring supplier. He focuses on rebuilding the Applied name by focusing on quality industrial sales and flooring installations. The company operates under the name Preferred Polymer Coatings Ltd, but keeps the name Applied Industrial Flooring.
Applied Industrial Flooring's first US Office opens.
Applied's first $1,000,000 project is completed.
Bart Colenbrander joins as partner to improve the customer experience, grow profitable revenue, and manage the business transformation.
Applied moves to a new office location in Cambridge, which is double the footprint.
Applied opens the Ottawa office, which significantly expands the service territory.
Mark Afheldt joins as partner to expand our Traffic Membrane and Primary and Secondary Containment System verticals.
AIF moves to 1275 Crestlawn Drive is Mississauga.