Resin floors are an exceptional solution in the realm of surface finishing, gaining increasing popularity due to their undeniable advantages. One of the key features that attracts investors is their durability. Thanks to the special properties of resin, such as resistance to wear and mechanical damage, these floors are capable of meeting the requirements of even the most heavily used spaces. Another significant advantage is their versatility. Resin floors find application in both private homes, where they provide an elegant and modern finish, and in commercial institutions, where they meet strict durability and hygiene standards.
RESIN FLOORS – RENOVATION AND COMPATIBILITY WITH UNDERFLOOR HEATING
Resin floors are an excellent solution for interior renovation processes. They can be used to refresh old substrates, giving them a new look and durability without the need for replacement. This is an economical and environmentally friendly way to rejuvenate spaces. It is also worth noting that resin floors work perfectly with underfloor heating systems. Thanks to their thermal insulating and heat-conductive properties, they enable efficient and comfortable use of such heating systems. This means that resin floors not only create aesthetically pleasing and durable surfaces but also contribute to energy savings and improved comfort in indoor spaces.
RESIN FLOORS - CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SOLUTION
Resin floors are a floor solution in which the base material is polyurethane or epoxy resin. The most important feature of such resins is the liquid state upon application. When spreading, they are fluid and, while maintaining a good condition of the substrate, they perfectly penetrate the gaps, fill in the defects in the substrate, cover unevenness and level the floor. After the assembly works are completed, these resins gain excellent durability and flexibility. The smoothness of such a floor is conducive to maintaining cleanliness, besides, they are characterized by chemical resistance, so to maintain order, you can use various types of cleaning agents without harming the floor.
TYPES OF RESIN FLOORING
- thin-layer - used in private homes, where traffic and wear is low - floors are painted with resin paint
- thick-walled, with a thickness of 1.5 to 4 millimeters - applicable in residential buildings with higher loads - kitchens, living rooms, toilets and bathrooms
- thick-layer hardened with the content of quartz sand, which strengthens the floor's resistance to load - this type of flooring is ideal for rooms with high traffic, such as halls, halls and corridors
- specialized mixtures with dedicated features (antistatic, additionally abrasion-resistant, non-slip and others)
RESIN FLOORING OFFER
We offer consultations on the use of an appropriate flooring. The choice of material depends on the conditions of use of the coating. It should be noted whether it is the outer surface, it will be exposed to invasive weather conditions or exposed to contact with chemicals. When selecting a solution, we also take into account water resistance properties and anti-slip parameters.
We carry out comprehensive works related to the application of resin floors, starting with the laying of the floor dedicated to the resin coating, specialist preparation of the substrate, waterproofing and maintenance works. Feel free to contact us for the valuation of solutions for you on the Contact us website. Contact us page. We are also there for you at the following numbers: +48 660 824 999 or +48 501 288 080