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At Gulf Synthetics, we are committed to creating innovative, superior, and environmentally safe, maintenance solutions — for the homeowner, the professional contractor, and the marine construction industry.
Welcome to Gulf Synthetics. Through our Coatings Division we invite you to discover our exciting products for restoring and protecting wood, concrete, and marine structures. Our Synthetic Sheetpile Division has recently purchased a new die with new technology that is unparalleled in the industry.
Our Coatings Division manufactures composite coatings for wood, concrete, and marine piles, as well as a paint additive that extends the service life of paint applications. We were the first to introduce these unique products in the marketplace. Our coatings provide long-lasting, maintenance-free, and earth-friendly solutions for outdoor living spaces. Gulf Synthetics coatings can revive and protect:
Decks – Docks – Walkways – Porches – Steps – Ramps – Gangways – Piers – Piles – Wales – Wharves
Jetties – Bulkheads - Rails – Balusters – Fences – Patios – Pool Decks – Driveways – Aging Asphalt
Our Synthetic Sheetpile Division offers the most specified and most widely used composite sheetpile system in the industry. PURLOc Series composite sheet pile incorporates advanced architecture, Polyurethane Resin, and superior engineering for unparalleled protection.
Gulf Synthetics products are made from U.S. raw materials and manufactured in the U.S. The company serves seawall clients in the U.S., South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and Russia. Domestic clients include the U.S. Navy, U.S. Coast Guard and the U.S. Department of Environmental Conservation.
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Paints and traditional stains have traditionally failed on horizontal surfaces due to their lack of “breathability”. Wood is a porous material and will absorb and lose water depending on humidity content and the temperature of an environment.