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Epoxy flooring has long been a popular option for industrial floors across the country – so much so that it has even made its way into homes as a safe, non-slip alternative to traditional tiles or wooden floors. Above all else, though, epoxy is a must-have amongst Australian tradies, and epoxy flooring Mudgee is a booming trade.

The only problem is, installing new flooring of any kind can be a time-consuming process, and one that you won’t want to get wrong, so it’s important that you understand the perks and traits of epoxy flooring before investing.

Read on for a rundown of epoxy flooring and what it could do for you.

What is epoxy flooring made of?

Epoxy flooring is typically made by mixing reactive chemical compounds together, blending epoxy resins in their pure form with one of a few different solvents.

The most common option is to mix the epoxy resin with solvent-based hardener, with other options for bases including water-based mixes, and metallic or pre-tinted coatings. 100% solid epoxy is also an option, although this may be more difficult to apply.

Where can you use epoxy flooring Mudgee?

Epoxy flooring has a broad range of possible applications, including almost any indoor space where a non-slip finish is required. Naturally, this has led to a range of applications in both commercial and residential spaces, including factories, bathrooms, and hospitals, to name a few.

Beyond these common locations, epoxy flooring is also becoming a more common fixture in residential spaces and businesses, particularly those catering to elderly people or young children. In short, epoxy flooring is the ultimate solution for anyone in need of a professional, stable, sterile finish that can be easily cleaned.

Want to know more about epoxy and how it could be of use in your business or your home? Feel free to contact our epoxy flooring Mudgee team for more information!

What are some advantages of epoxy flooring?

Epoxy flooring is one of the toughest floor covering options around, a quality which brings many advantages to any home, industrial space, or office where it is installed.
Thanks to its chemical compound composition, epoxy is shock- and heat-resistant, and sturdy enough to withstand the pressure of heavy objects. In fact, epoxy is generally resistant to up to 10,000 pounds of pressure per square inch, making it the perfect option for industrial floors which are often at risk.

No matter the intended purpose or location of your epoxy flooring, there are few options that could outlast this substance or deliver better value for your investment. As a guide, epoxy generally lasts between 10 and 20 years, and if, once this time period passes, you need to remove it, specialists will be able to help you do it quickly and easily.

How to install epoxy flooring Mudgee

When it comes to DIY flooring projects for your home, office, or industrial workspace, epoxy flooring doesn’t often make the list, because the application process is hardly amateur-friendly. 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.

Attempting this project without proper training could mean putting your respiratory system at risk of severe long-term damage. Fortunately, our professional epoxy flooring Mudgee team has the skills and expertise to get the project done in a way that guarantees safety and results you’ll be able to admire for years to come.

Contact the epoxy flooring Mudgee specialists today

If you’re thinking about having epoxy flooring applied in your home, office, or industrial workspace, there’s a simple way to get it done with minimal stress: let our epoxy flooring Mudgee team take care of the installation process for you! This way, you’ll be able to carry on enjoying your property without the risk of damaging anything or endangering your health. Give us a call or send an inquiry and let us help you create something amazing from the ground up.

Call Diamond Grind today on 1300 614 731 for an obligation FREE consultation.