What Is Epoxy Flooring?

Epoxy flooring is one of the toughest and most durable finishes you can have. Epoxy terminology refers to the materials used and the application process. Epoxy provides good aesthetics for the floor, will protect it by resisting considerable wear and tear.

Epoxy coating is made up of a resin component that is mixed with a polyamine hardener. It is then applied under specific temperature and time conditions after it has sufficiently dried. Epoxy floor coatings are commonly used in locations subjected to light vehicular traffic and/ or heavy foot traffic (e.g. schools and hospitals) to extend the life of concrete floors.

Why Choose Epoxy Flooring?

It is important to note that there is a difference between epoxy coating and epoxy paint. Epoxy coating floors are highly tolerant of weight and regular usage and for this reason they are a common choice for commercial & high traffic areas.

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Highly Durable

Many epoxy fillers are hard and brittle which is why they crack and peel off. We only use material that is formulated to make it tough, durable and long lasting.

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Flake can be added to the to the top coat to give a decorative look to the epoxy flooring process. Add a touch of design to your space with epoxy flake as the final finish.

Epoxy Flooring

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Highly Durable

The high resistance to wear and tear epoxy flooring provides is made to withstand and be long lasting.

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Flake Floor Finish

Flake can be added to the to the top coat to give a decorative look to the epoxy flooring process. Add a touch of design to your space with epoxy flake as the final finish.

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Cost Effective

Cost effective option for most spaces. Through applying many layers with a final top coat to seal in the finish, epoxy flooring can be a great choice for most spaces.

What's Our Epoxy Process?

Step 1: Floor/Site Preparation

First we prepare the floor and ensure there are no other floor coatings on it. Epoxy doesn’t work well with other coatings, so we remove these and any debris before the starting the application process. From here we clean the floor to its immaculate best. Ensure there are no dirt, rubber marks and skits, or oil stains left. Wash it over plenty of times and wait until it is dry.

Step 2: Grind & Patch the Concrete

Grind the concrete floor and level out any holes, bumps, and repair cracks to guarantee an easier application. We also patch up any holes to complete a flat surface.

Step 3: Epoxy Prime Coat Application

The prime coat(first layer) of epoxy is applied, which is called the epoxy primer. It is applied by roller & brush and needs a small amount of time to dry and settle as the concrete is pouris.

Step 4: Epoxy Base coat Application

Once the primer has dried up, it is roll out and apply the epoxy base coat. This coat will be thicker and as the concrete is less poris after prime coat it will sit thicker on top of the prime coat. This is a fast setting process & we ensure that all the base coat is equally and effectively applied.

Step 5: Flake Distribution (if applicable)

Once the base coat has been distributed if a flake is required we distribute the flake evenly to provide an even finish with considerable coverage. We then wait for several hours(overnight) for the epoxy base coat to dry up and flake to settle.

Step 6: Top Sealer Coatings (Polyurethane)

After the drying is completed, the flake is scraped and excess vacuumed to guarantee a seamless finish. Once this has been completed a dual coating of Polyurethane is applied to create a shiny and solid look.