There are several factors involved in the cost of a resin floor, or any floor for that matter. The primary cost factor is the quality of the material selected for the floor. A poor quality floor is never a good option because in the long run, such a floor will fail to perform satisfactorily. Ultimately this can turn out to be a very costly floor.
More practically speaking, the cost of a resin floor is the product of two factors — the size of the site and the products selected. The cost is calculated per square metre and takes into consideration factors such as whether the substrate is new, old, or in need of repair, the additional features the floor needs, and how thick and how durable you want your new floor to be.
One concern that often arises is how quickly can resin be applied? The application and drying process varies from coating to coating. If time is of the essence, some resin floors do cure faster than others. This is important in many industries as the costs of downtime can play a factor in the overall cost of flooring.
Regardless of the types of resin flooring systems Reepol can offer, epoxy resin flooring is seamless which means that it has the intrinsic benefit of safety and hygiene because there are no seams to create a tripping hazard or to trap bacteria. This type of flooring is effortless to clean.
The application of resin coatings is relatively easy. Every one of our floor systems comes with detailed information regarding its application. The substrate needs to be in good repair, the surface needs to be prepared. Reepol has a nationwide network of professional flooring contractors who are experienced in the application of industrial resin flooring.movie A Monster Calls trailer
Reepol’s coatings come in a wide range of applications and they are typically designed so that attributes such as anti slip and anti static properties can easily be added and adjusted to suit your needs. There are choices of finish — gloss or matte — and any colour can be added to any of the poured resin flooring systems. Choosing a colour system is easy. A huge range of colours are available from the BS4800, Pantone, or RAL colour chart and any existing industrial or commercial design can be mixed and matched to perfection.
If your site has underfloor heating, it is important to discuss this with Reepol’s experts so that the best poured resin flooring choice can be made. Resin flooring works well with floor heating.
Contact Reepol for advice and guidance on which of our resin flooring systems best meet your needs and expectations. Our experts can advice you on the flooring system that is most suitable for the application at your site. Our flooring contractors know how to install flawless flooring and are experts in working with resin and concrete. They are able to explain in detail which resin system is suitable for your industrial and commercial needs as well as how to prepare any suitable surface. The costs can be compared among the resin flooring systems suitable for your needs.
For more information and a quote, contact Reepol on 01952 588575 or click here.
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