Interior Epoxy Flooring
Interior epoxy flooring has become a prime choice for home designers, as it not only looks outstanding, it is easy to maintain, repels chemicals and is mould resistant.
We work with many designers, architects, builders and home owners to deliver a beautiful floor, which exceeds design and functional specifications.
There are many options and designs available, so we provide sample boards, and brief you in detail on the implications for each area.
When choosing a finish, things to take into consideration include:
- high gloss or satin finish
- level of slip resistance
- level of UV stability
- impact resistance
- ease of cleaning
- skirting boards, and sealing between existing skirting boards and floor
Preparation for interior epoxy flooring
Our preference is to coat onto concrete as this will provide the best adhesion.
We can also overcoat some tiles or onto cement sheeting. Overcoating tiles does involve extra preparation, but can beat the cost of ripping up the tiles.
Once the area is adequately prepared, it’s time for the fun part –finishing.
High gloss finishes have become very popular for interiors, particularly when contrasted with textured or brick walls. They are ideal for kitchen, bathroom and laundry areas, as epoxy will not harbour bacteria and is easy to clean.
A matt flaked finish creates a beautiful contrast against plasterboard walls and flat finish cupboards. Popular with families where kids and animals play inside, as they withstand the boisterous treatment.