One of the main reasons why our resin flooring is a great choice for workshops is because of it’s extremely hard-wearing surface. Due to the long-lasting aggregates used, resin flooring for workshops will remain both functional and attractive no matter how busy your workshop is with foot and machine traffic.
If you struggle to keep your workshop flooring looking clean and professional, resin flooring is a great alternative solution to your existing surface thanks to its chemical and liquid resistance. This means not only is it stain-resistant but is also easy to clean using the most abrasive products (always patch test first) and can be steam cleaned and pressure washed.
At Floortrak, our two types of resin flooring, Heavy-Duty Resin Flooring and Heavy-Duty Resin Bound Epoxy Screed, both provide a smooth, long-lasting finish that is ideal for workshops but has subtle differences so you can choose the exact match for your specific requirements. If you’re not sure which is the best resin floor for your workshop, please feel free to contact our experts today on 01794 885996 to learn more.
Heavy-Duty Resin Flooring
Heavy-Duty Resin Bound Epoxy Screeds
To find out more about how resin flooring could benefit your business, don’t hesitate to contact our expert team – we are more than happy to answer any questions.
Depending on the type of resin flooring you choose, a complete chemical and physical cure can be achieved in as little as a few hours. This means your business can be back up and running very quickly with minimal interruption, especially if the work is completed overnight.
Resin floors are one of the most durable and long-lasting flooring solutions available. Not only are they extremely tough, but they are also simple to maintain and easy to clean, making them ideal for a range of commercial and industrial uses. The strength of a heavy-duty resin floor means repairs are rarely required and ongoing maintenance is quick and straightforward. In areas that require high levels of safety, resin flooring has a high tolerance and can last for many years if cared for correctly, making it one of the most cost-effective flooring solutions around.
Resin flooring is one of the strongest flooring solutions available, with the ability to resist heavy pressure from heavy machinery, goods vehicles as well as regular footfall. It also has impressive resistance to chemicals and acids - something that can be particularly important in the commercial and industrial sectors. Resin flooring will eventually suffer from wear, but this will take many years if the floor is maintained correctly.
Absolutely. The resin flooring we install is straightforward to clean and requires minimal maintenance to keep it looking its best. All it takes is the regular brushing or mopping of the floor to remove any dust or dirt that has built up - particularly dirty areas of flooring can be jet washed to return it to its original condition. We also advise that your resin floor is professionally cleaned and waxed every 6 months to keep dust and dirt at bay, or alternatively choose to add one of our preparatory floor paints.
Heavy-duty resin is an incredibly versatile material when it comes to construction, meaning it can theoretically be laid to any floor size assuming all the necessary building requirements are met. Floortrak specialise in the installation of high tolerance resin flooring and currently undertake a variety of flooring contracts starting at 100m2 and up - for more information on how we can assist your project, please speak to a member of our team.
We pride ourselves on being one of the UK's top providers of resin flooring for workshops. We work efficiently to fit within the demanding schedules of today's businesses to ensure minimal disruption to the workplace or surrounding building works. Contact our team today for more information or advice on your next project at 01794 885 996.
We offer resin workshop flooring in Amesbury, Andover, Bournemouth, Brockenhurst, Chichester, Eastleigh, Fareham, Fordingbridge, Hampshire, London, Lymington, New Milton, Poole, Portsmouth, Ringwood, Romsey, Salisbury, Southampton, Totton and Winchester.