Pros and Cons To Epoxy Floors In Your Home
May 21, 2020
Epoxy floors are very commonly used in industrial and commercial settings. People often wonder if epoxy floors could be a good option in their own homes. Whether it be a garage space or another area of the house, it is best to know the pros and cons of installing epoxy floors. In this guide, we will give you a general idea of why epoxy floors can be great and why sometimes you may be better off choosing a different flooring option.
Pros Of Epoxy Floors
Here are the best benefits to epoxy floors in your home.
Easy To Clean: The most common complaint people have about floors is that they can be difficult and annoying to clean. Epoxy floors are effortless to clean. You can sweep and or mop your epoxy floors without it causing any damage to them at all. Most people will put epoxy floors in their garage for this exact reason. When you spill things like gasoline or oil in the garage, the traditional concrete floors will absorb this and leave a permanent stain. With epoxy floors, you simply wipe up and move on with your project.
- Durable: Epoxy floors are tough. If you are worried about parking your car on your epoxy floor because of how nice it looks, don’t be. Your floor will easily handle your car parking on the floor, and it will handle significant impacts like when your kid knocks their bike over for the four hundredth time. Although a very shart object can potentially damage epoxy floors, it is rare that you will run into this issue.
- Clean Look: There is no question that the epoxy finish is going to make your room look as though it is complete. You can take a nasty looking old garage and turn it into something that looks like a showroom almost overnight.
- Safety: As shiny and clean as those floors look, they are not going to be slippery. Epoxy floors are slip-resistant, and they are not nearly as abrasive as concrete flooring. The epoxy floors are not damaged by water, and they work to repel water so that you can simply wipe it up.
Cons of Epoxy Flooring
Now that you know and understand how great an epoxy floor can be in your home, it is time to discuss the cons. The good news is that this list is not going to be very long. There is only one downside to epoxy flooring, and that is the installation process.
The installation process requires a good amount of prep work to even get to the point of being able to put epoxy down. Although this is a downside, you will not have to worry about it when you purchase our products. Epoxy is our thing, and it won’t be an issue for us to guide you through handling even the most challenging garage floors. We have the tools and expertise to help you complete this project efficiently.
The bottom line is that epoxy flooring is a great option to add to your home as long as you have the tools and knowledge you need to get it done the right way.
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January 25, 2021
We are putting in old barn boards that we had tongue and grooved in our kitchen. Would an epoxy work on wood instead of a varnish? It sounds like the epoxy coating would make the floor super easy to clean. We need some help with this.