Epoxy flooring applications in commercial and industrial locations is a win-win. Whether you are most concerned about safety, appearance, longevity or other reasons, epoxy floors provide a smart solution for most floors.

Because epoxy floors and coatings are seamless, they are a natural fit for many situations. They are easier to clean, sanitize, and maintain than a lot of the other types of flooring options out there.

In order to decide what type of finish will suit your business best, it is important to talk with an experienced contractor to learn more about the many types of materials and epoxy flooring systems that are available. The type of floor you need depends upon how you use it. There are epoxy solutions that are fairly specific to almost every type of business, such as athletics, food preparation areas, high-tech labs, clean rooms or research areas, automated assembly areas, dining and eating establishments, automobiles or airplanes, pharmacies, bathing areas, surgical spaces, chemical containment, athletics.

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Performance Industrial Guide to Epoxy and Industrial Flooring Epoxy is a term that represents a class of materials and the act of using those materials.  Our guide to epoxy and industrial  flooring [...]

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