When it comes to choosing new flooring systems for industrial use, garage floor coating, or any other outdoor surfaces, epoxy resin flooring truly stands out from other flooring options for many reasons. Find out what epoxy floor coating you need for your flooring spaces!
Accidents seem to happen like clockwork, especially when putting epoxy resin on concrete. Don’t panic if you spill your epoxy products - there’s a fix for that! Read more to find out the best way to clean spilled epoxy and the next steps after cleaning.
It's not unusual to see bubbles rising in a freshly applied epoxy coat. The most common cause of this is called “outgassing.” Learn more if your new epoxy resin is bubbling due to outgassing or other common causes.
Epoxy Coatings are one of the best flooring solutions for residential garages. They are inexpensive to install yourself, provide a super resistant and durable coating, and are fully customizable to your liking. Learn how to do it yourself.
Epoxy and Polyurethane coatings exemplify superior long term qualities such as chemical and acid resistance, ease of maintenance, and aesthetic appeal. We will take a look at some of the differentiating factors between the two so you can decide what product suits your floor best.
Epoxy coatings are created from a chemical bonding of two components – polyepoxide resin and polyamine hardener. The Epoxy resin bonds to the floor and thickens through its formation process.
Epoxy Paint offers a reliable and durable finish to flooring, and is a great alternative to standard floor paints which may look nice but won't last nearly as long. Whether you're installing in your home or at a business premises, an epoxy flooring has a number of benefits worth considering.