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Polyaspartic Flooring vs. Epoxy

Two reliable flooring solutions for concrete floors in commercial, industrial and institutional facilities involve epoxy and urethane fluid-applied systems. A more recent contender is polyaspartic flooring, a distant cousin of polyurethane floor finishes that is rapidly growing in popularity. As a relatively new technology with unique properties, how does polyaspartic flooring compare and contrast with […]

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Urethane vs. Epoxy Primer – When to Use Which

In many industrial and commercial settings, the best way to protect a concrete floor is with a well-specified and professionally installed resinous coating system, which should always start out with an appropriate primer coat. Urethane (also referred to as polyurethane) and epoxy are two resin types frequently utilized in the manufacture of primers. Your flooring […]

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Clear Epoxy Resin Flooring: What You Need to Know

When researching different types of resinous flooring solutions, a popular option to consider is clear epoxy resin floor coatings. Clear epoxy resin flooring is comprised of 100% solids epoxy, with no solvent content. For that reason, they are zero V.O.C. and have low emissions, making them an ideal choice for use in facilities that are […]

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Flooring for Stairs: Selecting the Best Option

When considering flooring options for a commercial, industrial, or institutional setting, it is important to keep in mind that different areas of the facility may have different requirements – for example, a heavier load bearing surface at a loading dock, or antimicrobial properties in the vicinity of patient rooms at a hospital. Interior concrete stairs […]

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Seamless Epoxy Flooring Advantages

In contrast with more conventional flooring options such as tile or concrete, the epoxy flooring options offered by Florock Polymer Flooring are chemically engineered to offer a wide array of advantages, including being fluid-applied for a nearly seamless, monolithic surface. Some advantages of this include: Hygiene. Self-adhesive tile or tile and grout floors are inherently […]

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Decorative Epoxy Flooring – Creating a Look for Every Facility

From food processing plants and restaurants to auto dealerships and semi-conductor factories, from hospitals and veterinary clinics to data centers and biotech labs, every facility has different flooring needs, not only in function but also aesthetically. Beyond to the numerous advantages of seamless, slip-resistant, durable flooring systems, decorative epoxy flooring can also be used to […]

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Best Flooring for Commercial Use

In a commercial setting, the flooring system must be able to safely withstand high levels of foot traffic, be aesthetically pleasing and easy to clean and maintain. Many common flooring solutions require extensive upkeep and can incur damage that is both unattractive and potentially hazardous. Save Money with Epoxy and Other Resinous Floor Coatings One […]

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Differences Between Epoxy vs.Polyurethane Thin Film Topcoats

Epoxy and polyurethane thin film topcoats are two types of high performance floor coatings that can be used to strengthen, protect, and improve the aesthetics of an industrial flooring system. Both have significant advantages as well as some drawbacks, which is why we often recommend using a combination of both, when possible. However, the following […]

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Epoxy vs. Concrete Staining – Which Flooring Solution is Best?

From hospitals and schools to auto shops and factories, different industries demand different qualities and performance from the floors in their respective facilities. When it’s time for new flooring, epoxy systems as well as stained and polished concrete are frequently part of the discussion. What are the differences? Concrete Staining and Polished Concrete Staining and polishing are […]

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Choosing Tavern Flooring: What to Consider

Property managers of taverns and other food and beverage service facilities face the challenge of finding flooring solutions that are not only aesthetically pleasing, creating the desired ambience, but also highly functional and cost-efficient. Flooring needs can vary greatly — from the “front of the house” where patrons gather, to the kitchen and storage areas […]

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