Epoxy Flooring & Refinishing
What is Epoxy?
An epoxy flooring & refinishing is made up of two components, resin and a hardener. The resin component is usually light, sometimes almost clear colored and almost odor free. Hardeners are usually dark and have a characteristic 'ammonia-like' smell. When these two components are brought together and mixed intimately in a prescribed way, they will react chemically and link together irreversibly, and after the chemical reaction has been completed, they will form a rigid plastic material. The ultimate result is a firm, durable, protective, and beautiful enhancement.
Epoxy flooring and refinishing is widely sought and used on primarily flooring and sink surfaces to enhance the aesthetic appearance. The use of epoxy flooring and refinishing has been used mostly on kitchen sinks and bathroom sinks, and bath tubs within the home and garage floors and walkways outside the home. The primary benefits of epoxy finishing recognized by the homeowner through an epoxy investment include:
- Clean Polished Look
- Strong Adhesion & Durability
- Slip resistant
- Easy Maintenance / Stain Resistant
- Reflects Hazardous Chemicals From Damage
- Increase Value of Home