Resin

Resin

Soft tones, vibrant colours Minimal seamless beauty

Resin flooring is a versatile and easy-to-maintain option that’s suitable for a range of spaces. The resin itself is manufactured from multiple different chemical compounds, including epoxy and polyurethane, and is able to be applied in various ways to achieve a particular aesthetic. 

Common environments for resin flooring include anything from heavy-duty industrial spaces that are exposed to constant and intensive activity, to retail and hospitality spaces.

Resin floor

Colours can be flat or blended to create a more dramatic marbled effect.

Resin floor
Modern bathroom
Resin floor

A hard-wearing and versatile flooring option suited to industrial and commercial spaces alike

Resin flooring is very easy to maintain and keep hygienic, making it a perfect option for the healthcare and pharmaceutical sectors and for areas involving food preparation. Finishing the surface with a slip-resistant
coating can also serve to make resin floors a safe option for areas involving a lot of human activity. 

While resin flooring can be more expensive to install than other flooring types, its durability and low maintenance make it an affordable option in the long-term.

The benefits of Resin flooring

  • Resin flooring can be made from a range of different formulations and can be applied in various ways, from a thin floor sealer to a thick, trowel-applied epoxy screed suited to more heavy-duty environments..
  • Resin flooring can come in a range of different colours, making it a versatile option suited to a variety of environments. It can also be blended and marbled to achieve visually striking end-results.
  • Resin floors are easily maintained and are very hygienic, making them a perfect option for areas involving food preparation.
  • Polyurethane resin floors are characterised by an incredibly robust molecular structure, making them a great option for commercial areas subjected to intensive activity and temperature change.
  •  Resin epoxy flooring is fast-drying and can be applied within in a relatively short timeframe.
  • With 0.5 to 6mm depth, resin flooring is ideal for projects with height restrictions
Resin Floor
Resin floor

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