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Epoxy Flooring Toronto

Epoxy Flooring Toronto

There is a quiet flooring revolution underway in the heart of Toronto, spreading out as far as Vaughan, Richmond Hill and Markham. Epoxy flooring, valued for its unrivalled blend of functional utility and esthetic style, is increasingly the go-to flooring option for commercial and residential customers whether they are looking to build anew or put a fresh look on their properties. Whether it’s for a garage floor that needs to accommodate heavy machinery without a chip or crack, or a beautiful lobby for a retail store, here’s what epoxy flooring has to offer.

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The decorative benefits of epoxy flooring

It may be best known for its hard-wearing durability, but many of the esthetically beautiful floors you’ll see on a daily basis have been possible thanks to the versatility of decorative epoxy flooring. All of the best works of art begin with a blank canvas, and this is something that epoxy flooring offers to customers in residential and commercial properties. The wealth of customization options is something that just isn’t on offer with any other material, and if you want a floor that looks great while offering all of the durability benefits you need, there’s really only one choice.

Epoxy flooring is ready for anything when it comes to the most attractive finish. If you want something that is going to look clean and neat at all times for an office floor, then it starts with epoxy floor finishes. If you want something that can be finished in a range of colors and designs, perhaps even incorporating a logo or a message, then epoxy flooring installation is still the best decision you can make. The epoxy resin that makes your floor hard-wearing and durable isn’t bound to look one specific way: it can be tailored to a range of needs and preferences, and the result is a stylish-looking floor every time.

Understanding epoxy flooring systems

The basic steps of installing epoxy flooring systems sound fairly simple, but getting it right requires a meticulous process that depends on a professional touch. There’s a lot of science around it, and also a certain amount of good housekeeping. The first thing that has to be done is preparing the surface and ensuring that it is free from all contaminants and debris. Bear in mind that epoxy floor finishes are the equivalent of laminating your floor. Anything that is on that floor when you lay down the epoxy resin mixture will be sealed beneath it for as long as the finish is there. And as we’ve noted, that’s a long time.

Once the floor is prepared, the epoxy resin is mixed. It needs to be mixed to just the right thickness. Too thin and it will not cover the floor the way it’s meant to. Cracks will appear before long and it won’t be possible to decorate the floor in the way you had intended. Too thick, and the resin will go down in a lumpy, uneven way, and even the best installer will have a hard time getting the even finish which is essential to epoxy flooring. Once it’s down in the right way, the resin will begin a chemical reaction which bonds it to the floor for the foreseeable future; all the more reason it needs to be done right. There are fixes for uneven epoxy, but you won’t need those if it’s installed by our professionals.

Choosing the right epoxy floor finishes

For esthetic purposes, the finish on an epoxy resin floor is essential. How the floor looks may not seem, on the face of it, to be the first thing you think of when you consider the ambiance of a space, but it is of fundamental importance. The finish on an epoxy resin floor can be glossy or matte, and this is best discussed with the installer at the time it is laid down. It may involve further work being done once the epoxy has dried, and here’s why it matters to you.

A glossy finish on an epoxy floor will reflect light. This makes it an excellent choice for a vehicle showroom or a furniture store, showing the pieces in their best possible light and encouraging a quick sale. On the other hand, a matte finish absorbs more light and gives a more subdued, hygge kind of result which makes it an ideal choice for cosy cafes, Mom and Pop stores and also for a residential project. 

Epoxy flooring is more than just a present revolution; it’s the way things will be for the foreseeable future as people look for the ideal finish in their commercial and residential projects. If you have a project in mind, then epoxy floor finishes could be the best idea for you.

Are You Ready To Build New Project With Us?

We also provide a range of other epoxy solutions for residential and further commercial projects. So whether you need restaurant epoxy flooring, or office epoxy floors, we’re here to make it happen. Reach out to our team today to discuss the difference our epoxy flooring solutions.