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For Warehouse Floors
Standard Epoxy Flooring: Standard epoxy is one of the most common epoxy flooring styles that we offer. This versatile flooring system provides an array of benefits for warehouse owners. With an endless variety of colors, patterns, and textures to choose from, you can completely customize your warehouse epoxy floor. No matter if you’re looking for a floor that can represent your company colors, designate safe walking area paths through color-coding the floor, or a simple neutral-colored floor, standard epoxy is an incredible choice.
Decorative Flake Epoxy Flooring: Decorative flake epoxy flooring is an incredible way to add slip-resistance to your warehouse floor. These floor coatings are made by layering acrylic chips over the epoxy primer and finishing them with a clear epoxy topcoat. These decorative flakes come in various colors, shapes, and sizes, ranging from 1/16 inches to 1 inch. They can be broadcast over your floor in multiple densities, from sparsely covering the floor to densely covering it. The clear topcoat is applied thinly so that the acrylic chips add texture to the floor, improving skid-resistance. Additional slip-resistance is an excellent way to make your warehouse a safer place to work.
Metallic Epoxy Flooring: High-quality epoxy flooring doesn’t have to stop at your work floor. Your warehouse office space can benefit from epoxy flooring too! These epoxy floors are created by mixing metallic pigments into the epoxy resin during the installation process. The metallic pigments add a unique, shimmering look to the floor. Metallic epoxy flooring can create beautiful patterns and one-of-a-kind designs, such as colorful swirling patterns. These concrete coatings can create patterns that mimic scenes from nature, such as boiling lava, serene ocean water, and crisp forest floors. Patterns that replicate the look of high-end flooring materials can be created as well, such as granite and marble floors.
Each of these epoxy styles brings its own unique look to your warehouse while providing a robust warehouse floor that’s durable and long-lasting.
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Polished Concrete vs. Epoxy Flooring
Polished concrete and epoxy flooring are both helpful flooring systems that can provide various benefits to any warehouse. Many of the benefits of these flooring systems are quite similar, with a couple of exceptions. Below, we’ll compare these two quality flooring systems!
Durability: Polished concrete and epoxy flooring are both highly durable flooring systems. They can withstand the various impacts, abrasions, high volumes of foot and vehicle traffic, and heavy load that warehouses are commonly subjected to.
Resistance: Water and chemical exposure are some of the most common damages that conventional flooring systems endure. Polished concrete and epoxy flooring are nonporous flooring systems, meaning that they can repel these substances without the worry of staining or damaging your existing floor.
Ease of Maintenance: The maintenance routines of epoxy flooring and polished concrete are exceptionally similar. Both are easy and straightforward, saving you money and man-hours on expensive, time-consuming maintenance regimens of conventional flooring systems. All you need to do to properly maintain your new warehouse floor is sweep or dust mop daily, wet mop weekly, use a pH-neutral cleaner, and spot mop as spills occur.
Customization: The customizability of these flooring systems differ the most. With polished concrete, your customization options are concrete stains, stenciling, or scoring techniques. Epoxy flooring has an endless variety of colors, patterns, and textures to customize your warehouse floor.
Appearance: The look of these floors can differ significantly as well. In most cases, polished concrete has a brighter, glossier finish than epoxy flooring. However, epoxy flooring has a broader range of colors and patterns to choose from!
Longevity: Polished concrete and epoxy flooring have similar lifespans. With proper maintenance and care, both polished concrete and epoxy flooring can last for more than 25 years!
Epoxy flooring and polished concrete share many beneficial traits, though they offer different styles of appearance. So, the choice depends heavily on how you want your warehouse floor to look!