Gyp-Tech Florida Gypsum Concrete Underlayment Contractors

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The original Gyp-Crete Floor Underlayment is designed for use in multifamily housing to achieve UL Fire Rated Design and enhance acoustical performance.

Welcome to Gyp-Tech, Inc.

Gyp-Tech, Inc. has been in business for more than 20 years offering concrete work and restoration. Family owned & operated, Gyp-Tech, Inc. expanded its product offerings in 2005 to include poured gypsum and self-leveling underlayments to provide customers with a broader range of product offerings. In 2013, Gyp-Tech joined the Maxxon Authorized Dealer network. From multifamily construction to custom homes, Gyp-Tech, Inc. provides superior service using the highest quality gypsum floor underlayments, sound control mats and cementitious, self-leveling underlayments. The company is a member of the Gold Coast Builders' Association and the Associated Builders and Contractors.

As an Authorized Maxxon Applicator, Gyp-Tech, Inc. provides a variety of rock-solid, fire-resistant, and sound-rated floor system solutions to meet your project's criteria. With five gypsum floor underlayments, ten sound control mats, four cementitious self-leveling underlayments, and several other specialty products including solutions for deep fill and moisture mitigation, Maxxon Corporation and Gyp-Tech, Inc. offer a wide range of flooring solutions for the most demanding project specifications.



Gyp-Tech, Inc.
7446 Southwest 39th Street
Palm City, FL 34990
Ph: 772.223.9380

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