Warehouse Epoxy Flooring
If you own or operate a warehouse, then you must create a safe and productive environment for you and your employees. This is why you should consider our epoxy flooring installation services. The material is extremely durable and provides a great deal of resistance against heat and moisture, and it also simplifies all of your cleaning procedures.
Epoxy flooring is a popular choice for warehouse environments because the material is very long-lasting and does not require constant repair and resurfacing, which means that you will greatly limit the number of disruptions and stoppages in any of your production processes. Also, epoxy flooring will prove to be the most cost-effective choice by limiting and eliminating costly repairs and resurfacing services. Installations are also incredibly affordable to perform and the entire process only takes a day or two to complete.
Why Epoxy Flooring?
Epoxy flooring offers many benefits that make the material far superior to traditional concrete installations. Our professional contractors and technicians can handle anything when it comes to concrete repair and restorations, and our company is fully licensed and insured.
Although you are not always thinking about the appearance of your floor, you still want to give it a professional look. Epoxy flooring is a great way to enhance the visual appeal of your flooring through the myriad colors, patterns, and design options that we offer.
This is why you should consider installing epoxy flooring
In a warehouse setting, you experience a significant amount of foot traffic, and you need a flooring solution that provides heavy load-bearing capabilities. The epoxy overlay is extremely durable and will not easily crack or chip away. The polished surface of the epoxy protects the concrete underneath from undergoing significant structural damage.
Epoxy flooring is extremely cost-effective for several reasons. Because the material itself is extremely durable, you will rarely need to perform repair or replacement services, which can be very costly and create a severe financial burden. Also, epoxy flooring is extremely affordable to install because it requires minimal materials to produce the epoxy paint and applying it can be done without the use of a machine.
There is no denying that epoxy installations represent a massive upgrade in terms of the appearance and style of your flooring. The material infuses your flooring with a beautiful and professional essence that most flooring alternatives do not offer. Epoxy paint will also effectively cover up and remove any unsightly imperfections and malformations, providing your concrete flooring with a glossy and elegant finish.
Need help getting started with your epoxy flooring installation? Give us a call today!
Epoxy flooring offers many benefits that you simply cannot refuse!
Epoxy flooring is much easier to clean and maintain than traditional concrete because dust, dirt, and bacteria will not adhere to the polished overlay that protects the concrete material underneath. The non-porous and slip-resistant epoxy coating makes it much easier to sweep up any trash or debris that collects on your floor.
We recommend that you use an anti-microbial solution when mopping up any oils or chemicals that leak on your flooring. The slip- and stain-resistant properties of the epoxy makes it much easier to clean up any spills and have your floor looking spick and span.
Epoxy flooring was originally developed and engineered with safety in mind. The material is resistant to fire and other extreme conditions, and it also offers a great deal of slip-resistance which prevents you from falling over and suffering an injury. Also, the shiny epoxy overlay greatly improves the lighting in any indoor environment, which provides you with greater visibility and enables you to prevent accidents and potentially hazardous events. Epoxy can also be used to delineate work areas.
Many warehouse wonders and operators hire our services because they know that epoxy flooring is long-lasting and requires minimal maintenance to preserve its lifespan. This makes a lot easier for you and your employees because epoxy flooring ensures that there are minimal interruptions in production because you will never have to shut things down to perform repairs or resurfacing. The average lifespan of epoxy flooring is around 20 years and during that time you will never experience any deficiencies in your flooring’s functionality.
Have any questions about pricing? Call us now and we’ll provide you with a free quote?
Epoxy flooring is quick and easy to install, so you will not have to weeks to restart operations, and because the material is durable and structurally resilient, you won’t have to worry about any disruptions in your workflow. Epoxy flooring enables you to transfer inventory quickly and seamlessly throughout your facility, and with increased safety, you will encounter fewer accidents, which can also result in stoppages. Increased visibility also greatly benefits worker productivity.
It surprises many of our clients when they learn that epoxy flooring helps improve environmental sustainability, and this is because very minimal materials are required to create the epoxy mixture that we apply to your concrete installations. Also, the epoxy material has low VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) content which is a major contributor to poor air quality. Epoxy flooring also lasts for years before requiring any repairs or resurfacing, which also helps conserve materials.
Let’s investigate the
Pros and Cons of Warehouse Epoxy Flooring
Pros of Epoxy Flooring
- Epoxy flooring is extremely cost-effective because installations are affordable and you will save money in the long run on repair and resurfacing services
- The material is incredibly durable and structurally resilient, plus it is also resistant to heat and moisture
- Epoxy is long-lasting and you won’t have to worry about replacing your concrete flooring for years to come
- Epoxy offers a lot of flexibility in terms of customizing and designing the appearance of your floor
Cons of Epoxy Flooring
- The application process can be challenging when it comes to preparing your flooring for the epoxy overlay
- If the epoxy isn’t correctly installed, then you will have to start all over, which can be very costly and time-consuming
- During the installation process when the epoxy paint is still wet, it will emit an odor that resembles ammonia, which is very unpleasant smelling
- It is important to remember that epoxy flooring, although long-lasting and durable, is temporary and will need to be replaced later on
Professional and Reliable Installations
You should always hire a professional when it comes to installing epoxy flooring, and this is because several things can go wrong if you were to do it yourself. We also want you to consider how long it takes to apply the epoxy paint by yourself; this can become very time-consuming and if you make a mistake, then epoxy may not adhere correctly to your concrete flooring and you will have to start all over.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is epoxy flooring suitable for any commercial or industrial setting?
The technology behind epoxy flooring was developed with warehouses and factories in mind. The formulation that we provide for epoxy flooring offers an incredible amount of strength and load-bearing capabilities. Commercial epoxy is long-lasting with a low life-cycle cost, which makes them the perfect choice for a warehouse setting. Because epoxy installations are a quick and seamless process, then cause minimal disruptions to your workflow and they can withstand extreme industrial conditions. Heavy machinery, chemical spills, and significant foot traffic will not have any effect on your epoxy flooring.
What are the main types of epoxy flooring?
There are many different types of epoxy flooring mixtures that we offer, but some of the more popular choices include metallic epoxy, flake epoxy, and water-based epoxy. Metallic epoxy is a mixture comprised of metallic pigments that produce a smooth and glossy appearance that is also very elegant looking. Flake epoxy is where we incorporate colored flakes into your epoxy mixture to produce a more dazzling effect in your flooring, and it also creates a more textured appearance. Water-based epoxy is mainly utilized as a sealer for concrete flooring in a variety of settings. Water-based epoxy spreads thinly across your flooring and it is mostly absorbed into your concrete.