The Benefits of Having Cement Epoxy Floors
An epoxy floor is a great option for those who are looking to change the look of their home or office without having to gut and start over. Cement epoxy flooring is more resistant, durable, and cost-efficient than traditional flooring materials like wood or vinyl. No matter what you’re looking for in terms of a material that will last longer, looks like concrete or marble, or be easier on your wallet-epoxy floors are the way to go.
Epoxy flooring is a great choice for those looking to change the look of their home or office without having to gut and start over. Whether you’re looking for something that will last longer than carpeting, looks like concrete or marble, or be easier on your wallet-epoxide floors are the way to go.
There are several reasons why epoxy floors have become so popular as a choice in floor construction:
It’s much more durable than traditional flooring materials such as wood or vinyl. Although it would technically never warp nor split under normal conditions, it can take significantly more abuse before showing signs of wear and tear. It won’t crack under intense pressure, making it perfect for garages, workshops.
It has a much lower coefficient of friction than many other kinds of flooring, so it’s safer and easier to keep clean. It also resists heat much better than carpeting or wood floors, making it a good choice for those who have pets or active children. And finally, epoxy floors are very low-maintenance and can be easily cleaned with all the usual products you use on your kitchen sink tile.
There are several advantages to having an epoxy floor as opposed to carpeting:
Epoxy is an incredibly durable material. In terms of its resistance to spills, stains, pressure from furniture being moved around on it, and even scratch resistance-it outperforms most carpets by far! Also because it’s non-porous, it won’t trap moisture underneath it and will dry much more quickly when spills do occur.
It’s a very low-maintenance material. In terms of cleaning accidents or spills, simply sweeping up the area in question is usually sufficient to remove most debris from an epoxy floor. More challenging stains can be dealt with by using a solution made at home with vinegar and warm water. And in cases where pets have had ‘accidents’ that soaked into the carpet padding under your carpet-you can safely lift up the carpet, scrape off dried residue if necessary, then rinse thoroughly with water before allowing to air dry!
Epoxy floors are actually pretty resistant to scuffs and scratches too . Of course they’re no magic material that can’t be scratched under normal use-but for what it’s worth, you’ll probably have to put in some effort to really do any noticeable damage. And when you do manage to scratch the surface, all you have to do is sand out the area with sandpaper and clean thoroughly before re-coating it.
And of course last but not least, epoxy floors are relatively inexpensive! Of course they vary widely in price depending on where they come from and how much work goes into installing them, but in general they tend to be significantly less expensive than carpeting or high end vinyl flooring.
Epoxy has become more popular over the years due to its durable nature, ease of maintenance, and cost-effectiveness. If you’re looking to make an easy change to the look or feel of your flooring that won’t break the bank then cement epoxy floors are a good option for you!
If you’re looking for a way to change the look of your home or office without having to gut and start over, cement based epoxy flooring is an excellent option. Cement based epoxy floors are more resistant, durable, and cost efficient than traditional materials like wood or vinyl; plus they come in many different styles that make it easy to find something perfect for any room. If you want concrete-looking floors with cool textures and patterns, marble-like finishes, or low maintenance options that save on time and money–choose polyurethane. There’s no need for expensive renovations when we can provide all these benefits right now! Give us a call today if you would like more information about our services!
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