How Your Tasker Installs Epoxy Flooring

How Your Tasker Installs Epoxy Flooring

An epoxy floor is a protective surface system combining epoxy resins and hardeners which chemically bond with the concrete to create a rigid, hardwearing and affordable floor coating. This product is ideal for high traffic areas in commercial, industrial and residential settings and is customisable to suit your vision. There is a range of clear and solid colour Statewide epoxy flooring products to choose from, making it easy for you to find a style that blends with your home’s aesthetic or makes a bold statement.

Is epoxy cheaper than flooring?

Unlike regular floor paints, epoxy floor coatings ‘cure’ as opposed to drying and are therefore harder wearing and more resistant to scratches. Epoxy is an ideal surface for garage floors and factory areas as it holds heavy loads without chipping, stains or damage. It also provides a safe environment for children to play and can help reduce your electricity costs by reducing the amount of heat that is absorbed by the concrete.

Your Tasker will first prepare your floors by checking that they are sealed, if not they will soda blast the surface and clean it thoroughly. If your floor has oil and stains on it, they will use a degreaser to remove them and ensure that the floor is completely dry.

After your floors are prepped, they will apply a base coat and once that has dried, a top coat. This will be followed by a decorative or polyurethane finish for an aesthetically pleasing look. Depending on the finish you chose, your Tasker will need to wait between 4-8 hours for the floor to cure.

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