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Beginning with a consultation, we work with you to identify your unique needs and requirements. Resin flooring can be a fantastic tool in the industrial, commercial and private sector by offering a strong, long-lasting and affordable alternative to other floor types so by tailoring the project to your needs, we ensure you get the best product for you. 

What is resin flooring?

A resin floor is a hardwearing plastic surface, created by mixing together a selection of ingredients to initiate a fast and controlled chemical reaction.   The chemical reaction creates a highly durable finish, ideal for the heaviest use environments.


The simplest form of resin flooring, a resin coating consist of:

  1. Formulated synthetic resin

  2. Separate hardener

As performance demands intensify – typically resulting in an increase in resin floor thickness – the range of ingredients grows to include aggregates, pigments, decorative chips/flakes and in some cases, cement powder.


Step 1 – Primer

Most resin floors utilise a primer which penetrates into / reacts with the substrate to create a high strength and reliable bond which is essential to the longevity of the floor.


Step 2 – Bodycoat

The primer is typically followed by a main structural layer, often referred to as the bodycoat, which creates the bulk of the floor thickness and provides many of the key performance elements such as impact resistance, flexibility and compressive strength, as well as defining the decorative finish of the floor.


Step 3 – Seal coat

Most resin floors will be finished with 1 to 3 seal coats to encapsulate the body coat and decorative element of the floor and provide the final performance characteristics, such as chemical and wear resistance.


Types of resin flooring

Three main types of resin are used to create majority of resin flooring systems:

  • Methyl Methacrylate (MMA)

  • Epoxy

  • Polyurethane (PU)

Why choose resin flooring?


As a derivative of plastic, it has a very simple method of manufacturing and is relatively fast to install. Couple this with being a cheap product in contrast to materials like concrete, resin has a lot of positives going for it.


Cost-effectiveness is a key appeal of resin floors and makes them suitable for large spaces such as warehouses.


Additional layers, such as sealants and protective layers that are skid-resistant, will add to the price of the installation.

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