If you are looking for some durable and easy to maintain flooring options, epoxy should fit the bill easily. They’re not only easy to maintain, but pleasing to the eyes as well. To those who’re yet to be initiated into epoxy, here’s all that you wanted to know;
What is epoxy?
Epoxy is a combination of certain types of resins and hardeners. When mixed together the resultant rigid and plastic like material is known as epoxy. This is then applied to floors as an alternative to other options such as wood, marble, ceramic, etc.
Advantages of using epoxy:
Epoxy floors are sealed tightly to prevent mold and mildew attacks. They’re versatile as well- it is possible to conjure a wide variety of design ideas by using different types of epoxy.
Different types of epoxy flooring:
Generally, epoxy is applied as a coating or as flooring. When applied in depth it constitutes as flooring, and when applied as a thin coating, it is called epoxy coating. But then again these floorings can also be differentiated by the type of material used; common types include- self dispersing epoxy, self leveling, mortar epoxy, etc. Make sure that you speak to the contractor well in advance and seek advice about the type of flooring that’s best suited for your requirement. For instance, self leveling is best suited for kitchens and dining room because they’re easy to clean and maintain, whereas self dispersing floors are suitable for areas with heavy traffic.
Concrete flooring experts at Concrete Solutions, Kansas City can guide you about the right epoxy flooring suited for you.