Why epoxy flooring is the superior flooring type for both commercial and residential?

Why Epoxy Flooring is The Superior Flooring Type For Both

Commercial And Residential?

Residential Epoxy
When installing a new flooring system in your home or business, the typical wood, tile, or carpet comes to mind; however, in recent years epoxy flooring has been the go-to for interior designers because of the many benefits a concrete epoxy floor offers. For a commercial or residential area, epoxy floors are far more superior to their counterparts because they will last against daily life. Commercial areas that need durable floors to last against wear and tear from high foot-traffic benefit considerably from epoxy floors, as do residential properties, who need floors to withstand daily activities without constant repair and replacement.
Superior Alternative
Epoxy Flooring
Epoxy floors, compared to hardwood floors, are much better options for commercial and residential settings because of their many benefits. Well installed hardwood floors are beautiful, that is not under dispute, but they are hard work and expensive. Their beautiful color and grain are big attractions to authentic wood floors; however, everyday life will damage a wood floor, like water-spills, stains, and moving furniture. Wood floors need constant attention and treatments to maintain their beauty, on the other hand, epoxy floors require very little attention and can be installed to mimic a beautiful hardwood floor. You can have the best of both worlds with an epoxy stamped wood floor. Epoxy floors are water-resistant, stain-resistant, and abrasion-resistant. They do not require constant care or treatment to maintain their shine or wood-like appearance.
Tile VS Epoxy
Metallic Epoxy
Tile floors most commonly used in commercial and residential kitchens and bathrooms. Although tile floors offer many different options for color, design, and texture, people don’t realize that epoxy does too, and for so many better benefits. Tile flooring is an expensive option and even more so when maintenance costs are factored into the overall price of the floor. Tiles do not handle impact well nor do they handle spills and stains well, because the grout around the edges of tile floors is easily damaged and stained. With tile floors, if the grout is stained or dirty, which happens often by simply walking on your floors, the overall aesthetic of your home or business is hindered. Epoxy concrete floors do not have this issue because they are resistant to impact and do not require grout lining to mimic a tile floor. You can have a tile looking and feeling floor without all of the demands that come along with it. The best part is, there is no catch.
Carpet VS Epoxy
Residential Epoxy Flooring
Another popular flooring option is carpet, many families enjoy the softness that a carpet offers a room or living space. However, having any kind of pet or having a family creates many issues with carpet floors. Carpet floors are recommended to be replaced every 5 years for hygienic purposes because they have a tendency to hold onto debris, dust, and particles that are not healthy for people. Carpets also stain and damage very easily, even coffee will stain your carpet floors! If warmth and safety is a concern for you and your family, then install epoxy with many safety features like slip and fire-resistant qualities. For warmth, add some extra removable rugs to an area that can easily be thrown in the washer when necessary. These few tips will save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars over the years.
Epoxy floors are beyond worth the investment because, comparably, the investment is small and will last for over 20 years in both a residential and commercial setting. Concrete epoxy floors are the easiest floors to clean and maintain because they do no absorb chemicals or liquids and they do not require harsh scrubbing or cleaning.