Posted on: 27 December 2019
Concrete may be a top option for flooring in commercial spaces due to the functionality that this material offers, but, realistically, leaving it uncoated means having unappealing floors. The concrete will take away from your décor choices and make your offices seem unfinished. Rather than leave your floors this way, you should opt to have them finished with marble-effect epoxy coatings.
Epoxy is an efficient and affordable way of upgrading your concrete floors and automatically increasing the visual appeal of your commercial space. Furthermore, if your concrete floors have begun to exhibit some wear, the epoxy coating will provide an immediate fix! Here is a brief list of two reasons why the floors in your commercial premises need marble-effect epoxy coatings.
Inject light and colour to your space
Whether you have customers visiting your commercial premises regularly or not, it is always a great idea to make the space as illuminated as possible so that the ambiance feels airy and bright. Marble-effect epoxy coatings have an uncanny ability to make your offices seem more illuminated, as the glossy finish of the surface will reflect the light in the room.
Additionally, you do not have to worry about your flooring looking similar to the flooring in other commercial premises. Even with the marble effect, you still have complete control over the colours that should be in the epoxy coating. Thus, you get the benefit of luxe flooring in a unique colour that will brighten up your commercial space.
One guarantee about commercial spaces is that they will experience a significant degree of foot traffic. For that reason, it is not surprising, as mentioned earlier, that plain concrete floors are bound to acquire surface damage in the form of chips, cracks, crumbling and more. As a result, you might find that you are routinely engaging in concrete repairs, which will cost you a substantial amount of money. Marble-effect epoxy coatings, conversely, are much more durable than unfinished concrete for a couple of reasons.
To begin with, once the epoxy cures, the surface becomes incredibly hard. Therefore, it is resistant to heavy impact and will not chip or crack prematurely. Secondly, the hard surface of the epoxy coating is also moisture resistant. This resistance prevents damage to both the epoxy and the concrete subflooring. So if you want durable flooring that will not require replacing soon, an epoxy coating will be right up your alley!Share