Concrete flooring is gaining popularity among homeowners. Protect any concrete floor with epoxy. This resin product seals the floor and prevents staining from water and oil, so it’s perfect for garages and industrial buildings, but it’s also great for the interior of your home or office.
Concrete floors coated with epoxy are resistant to scratches, abrasions, and impact. They can help the floor withstand heavy loads, making them ideal for use in the manufacturing industry where heavy equipment is frequently used. This also makes them kid- and pet-proof!
- Easy Maintenance
Epoxy-coated floors are also non-porous, so dust, dirt, and stains won’t be able to penetrate them. The fact that epoxy coatings make floors impermeable makes them easier clean and require less recoating and little to no maintenance.
Epoxy-coated floors are resistant to many chemical and temperature changes, making them ideal for industrial plants that are prone to accidental spills or chemical leaks that can ruin the floor. Patios and garages in the Texas heat fare great with epoxy coatings.
- Non-Slip Surface
Concrete floors coated with epoxy are also less slippery, even though they may have a shiny luster to them.
Epoxy is an environment-friendly coating material that does not erode or dissolve easily into its environment. Since it is temperature resistant, it will not easily dissipate into the air.
- Boosts Aesthetics
Epoxy-coated floors leave a high-quality shine once they dry. Ideal for showrooms, the shine could add attractiveness to cars or exhibits because it helps improve the brightness of an interior by reflecting light.
They come in different colors and styles, so the possibilities of using them for decorative purposes are endless. No boring bedroom or kitchen floors here!
Using different colors can also be used to define different work zones. Different colors can separate the safety zones from the forklift traffic zones or any other work zones in an industrial plant, contributing to work productivity and safety.
An epoxy surface coating protects surfaces, strengthens materials, and protects them from corrosion and decay, making epoxy one of the most widely used industrial finishes. Its ability to provide superior and durable corrosion resistance, adhesion, and flexibility to a variety of surfaces ultimately makes it a more economical choice