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What types of sub-base can you lay resin floors onto?

 

Resin Floors can be laid onto anything (concrete, screed, plywood etc.), although the type of preparation required will vary according to the substrate. For example, on a new power floated concrete base a light abrasion with an STR machine will provide an excellent key for the new resin floor, but where previous paint systems are flaking or failing we scabble, shotblast or grind to get back to the original concrete. In kitchens we generally remove existing quarry tiles and replace with a polyurethane screed of the same thickness.

 

To discuss your project ring 0117 951 9567 or enquire online. Written tenders should be addressed to Mike Shorland, Contracts Manager.

 

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