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Epoxy Flooring Cowra

 If you’ve spent any time in industrial areas, there’s a good chance that you’ve seen epoxy flooring before. This type of flooring is a must-have for countless businesses across the country for many reasons, and epoxy flooring in Cowra is a booming trade.

As any type of change to the flooring in your residence or place of work is a guaranteed disruption, it’s important that you understand the perks and traits of epoxy flooring before investing.  Diamond Grind offers Epoxy flooring services to Cowra and all its surrounding districts so we know the tricks of the trade that will serve your needs best.

Read on to find out all the basic details you need to know about epoxy flooring and how it could be of use to you.

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What is epoxy flooring made of?

While epoxy resins in their pure form are reactive chemical compounds made up of the epoxide group, the composition of epoxy flooring depends on other materials they are mixed with.

Solvent-based mixes, which are made by combining resin with solvent-based hardener, are the oldest and most common option. Other options include water-based mixes, 100% solid epoxy, and pre-tinted and metallic coatings.

Where can you use epoxy flooring?

Broadly, epoxy flooring and polyurethane flooring can be used in almost any indoor space requiring a non-slip finish, with a range of both commercial and residential applications. Some of the most common places for epoxy flooring use include industrial, corporate, and sterile spaces; for example, in factories, offices, bathrooms and hospitals.  Polyurethane cement is suited for high impact and spill resistant floors.

Both Epoxy flooring and polyurethane cement flooring can also make a natural addition to residential spaces and businesses, particularly when the space is in frequent use by young children or elderly people. Wherever they are used they  always provide a great result for a professional, stable flooring finish.

If you have further questions about the best ways to use epoxy flooring in your business, your home, or elsewhere, don’t hesitate to contact the experts in our epoxy flooring Cowra team!

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What are some advantages of epoxy and polyurethane cement flooring?

There are many advantages to installing epoxy flooring in your home and polyurethane cement floor industrial spaces, or the office. As a starting point, the chemical compounds in the substance make the flooring resistant to shock, heat, and heavy objects. With a pressure resistance of 10,000 pounds per square inch,  durability means that epoxy is the perfect flooring solution for industrial areas.

Additionally, if you’re looking to invest in a flooring option that will last, epoxy flooring is one of the best choices you could make. This is an investment that is designed to last between 10 and 20 years on average, and even after this period of time has passed, you won’t need to remove or throw away your old flooring.

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Epoxy flooring Cowra, installed for you!

If you have been looking into flooring projects you will understand that this is not the kind of project for an amateur (or for the faint-hearted).

In fact, given the concentration of toxic fumes that arise during the epoxy flooring installation process, it’s essential that you get your epoxy flooring installed by a professional. Unless you have been trained in proper installation practices, the fumes may cause damage to your respiratory system. Our professional team has the knowledge and experience to install epoxy flooring in a way that ensures safety for everyone involved and everyone in your facility for years to come.

Contact the epoxy flooring Cowra specialists today

Why not get your new floor done in the easiest, most proficient way possible? Our epoxy flooring Cowra team will take care of the installation process for you so that you can get back to enjoying your property, damage- and danger-free. Give us a call or send an inquiry to get yourself the ultimate flooring solution today.

Contact Diamond Grind by Email or 1800 587 172

for an obligation FREE consultation.