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Epoxy flooring is a surface coating that protects surfaces from the day-to-day wear and tear that can degrade them over time. Epoxy floor coating is a stain-resistant, chemical-resistant, durable floor coating that provides luster and even beauty to many industrial settings.

Epoxy floor coatings are used because of their outstanding chemical resistance, durability, low porosity and strong bond strength. Epoxy resin floors are known for their excellent adhesion, chemical and heat resistance, mechanical properties, and very good electrical insulating properties.

It can be tough to find a floor solution that stands the test of time whole being chemical, spills and stain resistant. Epoxy flooring is an excellent choice for a variety of needs, epoxy floors may just be the answer your business needs!

Benefits of epoxy flooring

Durability – Epoxy flooring is highly resistant to damage from long term use, Unlike carpet and hardwood – there is no need to worry about water damage. It is resistant to chips and cracks as well, which is why it is often used in garages and industrial spaces. Epoxy flooring protects the underlying flooring from moisture, stains, grease, and cracks. In the long run, this can save you a great deal on cleaning and maintenance costs by eliminating the need to clean carpet or grout. It’s also very reasonably priced for the duration and level of protection that it offers.

Highly resistant - Epoxy floors are highly resistant to just about everything – oil, gasoline, bleach, transmission fluid, cleansers and more. This is one of the main reasons they’re frequently used in garages and within the automotive industry. Besides withstanding chemical spills/cleaners, epoxy floor coating is also heat and water-resistant. They are almost impervious to most chemical spills without any negative effects on the coating.
Cleanliness & hygiene – Epoxy flooring creates a very smooth, easy to clean surface that is not available with concrete or tile. Household liquids often stain carpets and hardwoods, but with epoxy, stains are easily wiped up without any hassle!

Chemical/spill resistant – Epoxy flooring can easily be formulated to deliver chemical resistance to specific types of chemicals. Epoxy is also waterproof, which provides easy cleanup for Automotive, Restaurant and other industrial applications.

Beauty - Epoxy flooring creates an entirely different effect than any other type of flooring. Epoxy allows you to select from many patterns, colors, and styles. You can create a style that resembles marble or granite, or any other unique color finish!

Safe – With anti-skid, impact resistant and fire resistant options available, epoxy is perfect for a variety of industries, improving productivity and reducing incidents at the work site.

Long lasting - Epoxy flooring lasts longer than many other types of flooring. When installed properly, it can last for several decades without cracking or peeling. Besides the durability, its lifespan makes it popular for commercial and industrial use.

Variety - Epoxy is a great choice to decorate your floors as well. It’s available in a variety of colors that add a flawless, smooth, elegant shine elegant shine. The flooring can also be arranged into traditional or personalized patterns and designs. The number of choices makes it an economical way to upgrade plain concrete and improve the ambiance of a home or office.

Choose your contractor with care

Epoxy floors work differently than most other flooring options. The actual fabrication of the flooring takes place during installation, not off-site like carpet or tile. This means that your installer needs to ensure that they account for dust, temperature, humidity, and quality – just to name a few! You will want to ensure that you have a professional on hand to complete the job, or you will end up with a finished product with seams and cracks.
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