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Title: Choose the Best Epoxy Flooring For Home and Industrial Finish


1
Epoxy Flooring
  • Choose the Best Epoxy Flooring For Home and
    Industrial Finish

2
  • Epoxy flooring is a way of sealing and protecting
    concrete floors. An epoxy floor coating can
    prolong the life of your floor, and also achieve
    a great look. An epoxy floor is created when a
    protective resin is applied over the top of an
    existing concrete slab. This epoxy resin is
    clear, and will create a glossy but non-slip
    surface. These kinds of resins are often used
    over specialist flooring like terrazzo or marble.
  • Epoxy is a hard and durable material, which is
    why it is well suited to flooring applications. A
    floor sealed with epoxy will have a long life
    dealing with a large amount of traffic. Epoxy is
    also waterproof and dust proof, meaning that
    cleaning a sealed floor is quick and easy.
  • For many years epoxy was used in industrial
    settings for its affordability and durability.
    Recently, the designer appeal of epoxy has
    increased. With a wide range of concrete finishes
    available, as well as choices in resin, epoxy is
    being used to create great looking floor finishes
    in shops, offices, and private homes.

3
Epoxy Floors in the Home
  • Epoxy is used in many domestic settings. If you
    are considering a polished concrete floor, a
    colored aggregate floor, or other specialized
    surface, then chances are it will be sealed with
    an epoxy resin. Many people with allergies or
    asthma choose epoxy flooring because of the low
    levels of dust and other allergens. Because it's
    easy to clean and doesn't attract dust and dirt,
    epoxy is also a hygienic choice of floor
    covering. Many young families are electing for
    this type of flooring in traffic areas and living
    zones.

4
Industrial and Commercial
  • Their high level of hardness, durability, and
    economic viability make epoxy sealants a sensible
    choice for workplaces. For factories and
    workshops, industrial epoxy flooring can be
    strong enough to hold a truck without cracking,
    but also functional for storage, as well as
    staff. There is no problem with concrete dust,
    and cleaning is also easy. Epoxy is a good option
    for hygienic areas such as kitchens and toilets,
    as it is waterproof and repels dust it's well
    suited to these kinds of areas.

5
Retail Spaces
  • Hard-wearing, durable, and affordable epoxy
    floors are a popular choice among restaurants,
    cafes, shops, shopping centers, and other retail
    spaces. It looks great, can take a high amount of
    traffic, and is also easy to clean up when things
    go wrong. While practical, epoxy flooring can
    also be stylish. Choosing a colored aggregate mix
    or other designer flooring options can create a
    wide variety of different finishes.

6
The Benefits
  • The cost of an epoxy floor finish is comparable
    to that of other flooring types. The real
    advantage is the durability that these kinds of
    floors have, along with their good looks. This
    ind of flooring is also ideal if you have damaged
    flooring currently. Epoxy can be used to level
    out problem areas and ensure and even surface.
    Epoxy flooring is a true low maintenance option.
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