Cost-effective, sturdy, versatile – it's no wonder use of concrete in industrial and commercial construction is increasing.

We’ve all seen broken, chipped, and cracked concrete. It’s all a result of concrete’s natural nemesis… water. As water and moisture enters the cracks, fissures and capillaries, alternating warm and cold temperatures can cause the water to expand and contract ultimately affecting the integrity of the concrete. The amount of water in the air “humidity” can also have a negative affect on concrete. In addition to protecting from elemental hazards, sealing your concrete also protects it from dirt, oil, grease, chemicals, and stains that can hamper its appearance and make it difficult to clean.

Concrete and coatings belong together. Whether the function of the concrete coating is decorative, protective or a combination of both… concrete coatings can enhance concrete surfaces in ways that impart style, improve longevity and increase client satisfaction with the project.


I have been in the coatings industry for over 40 years and have been most pleased to include Keene Coatings as one of my key accounts for the last 15 years.  I would characterize Keene Coatings as old fashioned.  Old fashioned from the standpoint that they hold onto the values of an era that unfortunately seems to be disappearing at a rapid pace.  Customer service, quality craftsmanship, attention to detail and a staff dedicated to delivering to their customers premium quality work on every project, large or small.  Whenever asked I never hesitate to recommend Keene Coatings for any high performance coatings project.
- Bob hanson : carboline company