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What To Expect From Master Concrete’s Epoxy Flooring Service
Concrete epoxy coatings are very popular surfaces in commercial settings like auto showrooms, but are also making their way into the residential sector. Since concrete epoxy coatings are far more durable than paint and resistant to grease and oils, many homeowners are opting to install them in their garages. Concrete epoxy coating is likely to adhere best to a slightly roughed surface; so the final step in concrete surface preparation for epoxy is roughing the surface. This can be done mechanically (called profiling) or chemically (called etching).
Epoxy Flooring Before & After
Epoxy colours / Price Guide
Industrial / Commercial Epoxy Flooring – Jotun Paints
25m2 Industrial / Commercial type Epoxy = from 1500 ($60/m2)
50m2 Industrial / Commercial type Epoxy = from 1900 ($38/m2)
100m2 Industrial / Commercial type Epoxy = from 3400 ($32/m2)
Prices Only from $22.00 / m2 for very large areas (over 200m2)
Designer / Flake Type Epoxy Flooring – Parchem Paints
25m2 Designer (Flake) Type Epoxy = from 1800 ($72/m2)
50m2 Designer (Flake) type Epoxy = from 2500 ($50/m2)
100m2 Designer (Flake) type Epoxy = from 3900 ($38/m2)
We give a 5 year warranty on our epoxy flooring work so you can rest assured the quality of our work will be awesome. This guarantee ensures the epoxy paint will not peel, excluding normal wear and tear
We know that the creation of an epoxy floor involves the placement of a protective layer of resin on top of an exposed area of concrete. The resin is usually clear in appearance and smooth of texture but it is non-slippery. Special applications are usually made to floor surfaces that are made from marble and terrazzo material.
Qualities of epoxy flooring
We also know that first and foremost, epoxy flooring seals and protects any concrete floor. It lengthens the life of the concrete and adds lustre to the appearance of the floor surface. The surface of an epoxy floor is tough, durable and rigid and is therefore well suited for a myriad uses. Epoxy flooring is water and dust proof which renders the surface remarkably easy to clean in a very short time. Its durable nature lengthens the life of the floor surface itself and assures the owner of a maintenance free surface. In addition to being durable, epoxy is also very cheap and in terms of quality gained, that’s a real bargain.
Epoxy Floors in Home
We believe that every home owner harbours a secret wish to make improvements one way or another and choosing epoxy flooring is a step in the right direction. If you are planning on a change, we can immediately meet your needs whether it be a polished look, colour, texture or even a special exterior finish. Epoxy resin attracts a minimum of dust and allergens and if you are allergic to them, epoxy flooring is the answer. More and more people are also choosing epoxy floorings because they are very easy to clean.
Industrial and Commercial Settings
Another remarkable quality of epoxy flooring we prize is its suitability for industrial and commercial premises. It’s so durable and tough it can withstand heavy loads without succumbing to cracks and other load induced damages or even sharp instruments. The latter quality makes it the perfect choice for kitchens and toilets not forgetting that epoxy flooring always adds a fresh look to wherever it is placed.
We also recommend epoxy flooring for private premises such as restaurants, cafes, malls and shopping centres. The logic here is that many people frequent these places every day. Many people means a lot of weight moving about stamping shoe marks, dents and scrawled lines on naked surfaces, but never on epoxy flooring. It is too strong and hard-wearing to suffer from these inadvertent acts.
If your plans fit into any of the above categories, ring us for a free quote or click here to Contact Us via email. We guarantee you won’t regret it.
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Master Concrete also provides a great mobile sandblasting service. This is useful for removing the top layer before resurfacing.