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Decorative Resin Flooring

Resin floors are the No.1 choice of architects, specifiers and quantity surveyors. Traditional floor finishes such as vinyls, carpet or timber are suited to a wide range of locations, but in heavy wear environments, where durability and ease of cleaning are priorities, resin flooring offers superior performance.

By combining coloured flakes and stone aggregates with the resins traditionally found in industrial settings, we create a finish that combines the durability and easy cleaning you'd expect from resin floors with very high aesthetic appeal. A wide range of decorative systems are available in almost limitless colour combinations.

Self-smoothing Resins (a smooth, high gloss epoxy floor perfect for show areas)

An anti-slip clear seal coat makes this resin floor equally suitable for reception areas and bars, as well as dance floors and canteens. Decorative flakes can be added to the resin before sealing.

Pebble Systems (a textured finish creating a stone carpet effect)

Available in a wide range of colours - including metallic finishes - the stones are bound in a clear resin to create a slightly open texture. We then lay them in attractive patterns using contrasting adjacent colours.

Coloured Quartz Systems (a closed finish offering high scratch & slip resistance)

By installing an integral cover base we can create seamless wall to floor coatings if required. We're frequently asked to install coloured quartz in changing areas, laboratories and retail environments.

Domestic customers please note the following:

Resin flooring systems are fixed in place therefore any issues arising after installation will require the floor to be broken out and re-laid. The systems can be laid onto concrete/screed or wood (not floorboards). Prices start around £100-£150 per square metre.

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