Add a Wow Factor to Your Residential Space with Epoxy Flooring

Epoxy floors have long been the flooring of choice for warehouses, hospitals and garage floors, but they are becoming an increasingly popular option for private residences, too. Epoxy can be used with concrete flooring, tile, Formica, wood ...

Learn The Difference Between Epoxy, Polyurethane or Polyaspartic Coatings

Concrete is a remarkably durable flooring material for all environments, but for the best results, it needs to be sealed. There are several types of coatings that can be used to seal your concrete flooring, including epoxy, polyurethane and ...

Concrete Polishing vs. Concrete Resurfacing: What’s the Difference?

Concrete floors were once primarily found in commercial and industrial environments, but they’re becoming more popular in all kinds of buildings, from garages and basements to studios, apartments, condominiums and more. Concrete floors are ...

Seamless Terrazzo and Epoxy Floors for Hospitals and Other Medical Facilities

Hospitals are often considered paragons of cleanliness, but they might not be as clean as you think, especially the flooring. After all, hundreds or thousands of people could be passing through the campus at any given time, and each of them ...

Epoxy Coatings: Know the difference before making a decision

Epoxy is the most popular choice for garage floors today because it’s tough, durable and long-lasting. Epoxy flooring consists of a special epoxy resin and hardener that work together to create a powerful chemical bond with both each other and ...
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