Epoxy floor coatings were once thought of as only being installed in industrial settings that handled heavy machinery and high volumes of chemicals. Even though that fact is still true, epoxy floors have recently become the easiest and most affordable flooring options available for home and business owners. An epoxy floor is durable and offers owners more than two decades of a strong surface that will never require increased maintenance over time. Many areas including residential, commercial, and industrial properties have begun to rely on the amazing qualities epoxy floors have to keep safe and clean environments.
An epoxy floor process is relatively quick, easy, and simple, unlike other flooring options that require extra materials like wood or tile flooring. If the concrete is old then it will be tested to check for any old epoxy, paints, or different coatings that would hinder new epoxy curing with the slab. The temperature is another factor that can either benefit or hurt an epoxy flooring installation and if it is not installed properly the coating will bubble and peel. Once your concrete has been inspected, tested, and the necessary repairs have been made, the installation process can begin.
Prior to the actual epoxy, the mixture is poured on your concrete a primer is added, without the primer, your epoxy will not properly cure with your concrete and the many protective qual