GLENDALE, Ariz., Jan. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- APF is proud to announce that they are founding sponsors in the first annual Concrete Decor Show of 2010 in Phoenix, AZ from March 16-19th. The tradeshow will focus specifically on the decorative concrete market and feature some major players in decorative concrete training including their own APF professionals and experts, John Schneider, Moisture Remediation expert and Daniel Owen, Vice President of Arizona Polymer Flooring.
"This is the first tradeshow of its kind that focuses solely on the emerging market of decorative concrete. We are encouraging everyone that is involved in decorative concrete, whether you are a contractor, architectural specifier or artist to join us at this event," states Leane Owen, Director of Marketing at APF. Attendees will have an opportunity to learn about staining, stamping, stenciling, polishing, engraving, resurfacing, countertops, vertical features, artificial rockwork and so much more.
APF will be offering two seminars on Moisture Remediation, by John Schneider. One seminar will be targeted towards contractors called "Turning Moisture Remediation Problems Into Profit." This seminar will teach contractors how to effectively evaluate and remediate concrete floors with moisture issues and how to turn problems into a source of profit. John Schneider will share his experience in this area, where there is an increasing need for solutions. He will cover testing procedures and installation of a moisture stop system, plus how to estimate and sell these services. The course will also provide a general understanding of vapor-related problems in concrete and how to talk to property owners or architects about these topics. A certificate of completion will be provided.
The second Moisture Remediation seminar, titled "Understanding Concrete Moisture Issues," will be a CES (Continuing Education Seminar) targeted towards architects and architectural specifiers.
In addition to the Moisture Remediation seminars, APF will also feature Cem-Rez HT during the "Innovations in Architectural and Decorative Concrete" press conference panel. This new interior micro-topping product was selected because it combines the benefits of design versatility, a long working life, and a superior high durability finish. No other trowelable micro-topping product currently on the market offers all three attributes. Daniel Owen, Vice President of Arizona Polymer Flooring will be on the panel to answer questions.
For more information about DCS 2010. Please visit their website: http://www.concretedecorshow.com/
SOURCE Arizona Polymer Flooring