One of the features of a home or commercial building that makes a bigger statement than you might realise is the floor. While you can have a feature wall that instantly draws the eye, or a piece of art hanging up that gets everyone talking, a well polished, well maintained floor makes a lasting impression that is remembered for its smooth, almost luxurious appearance. One way to create a striking feature for your home or workplace is with metallic epoxy floor coating. With a vast range of options to choose from, you’re sure to find one that appeals to you right here at Granicrete.
With its velvety smooth finish and eye-catching, highly professional appearance, opting for a metallic epoxy floor offers a variety of benefits. Among them are:
Unlike many floor surfaces, polished concrete is a relatively inexpensive choice when comparing per square metre cost, with installation generally being cheaper than other materials.
A floor covered in metallic epoxy coating will be largely resistant to various chemicals and fluids such as oil, petrol, bleach, cleansing fluids, transmission fluids and more. It is because of this that epoxy flooring is a popular choice in the automotive industry where these fluids are commonplace. In addition to boasting strong resistance to these fluids, the epoxy floor is also bacteria and germ resistant, making it particularly easy to keep clean and therefore a popular choice for hospitals and medical practices.
Durability is one of the strongest characteristics of epoxy floors, as they boast a longer lifespan than most other flooring surfaces and can be rolled out onto cement without the need for mortar, glue or another adhesive.
Epoxy coating safeguards the concrete beneath it from unwanted moisture, grease, dirt and cracks. This helps to reduce the amount of maintenance and cleaning that’s required.
When it comes to metallic floor coating, the team at Granicrete have the necessary experience, skill and know-how to deliver a finished product that guarantees 100% satisfaction. Contact us today to arrange a free measure and quote.