Is Epoxy Flooring Right for Your Home?
If you have always wanted a floor that could stand up to high traffic, resist stains and is easy to clean, you may want to consider Epoxy Flooring. With the latest advances in floor coverings, there is now an option that gives you the look of hardwood, without the work. No more, will you have to spend endless hours stripping your floors and then waxing them. Instead, you can have a floor that looks beautiful and is easy to clean. To help you decide if you want this flooring for your home, read on for more information.
There are several types of flooring crafted from epoxy. The type you decide on will depend on where you will have it placed in your home and the desired look you are searching for. The flooring professionals will help you to decide which type will best benefit your home and give it the best look.
- Self-dispersing epoxy floors are perfect for areas with high traffic. This smooth finished floor gives you durability, beauty and shine.
- Self-dispersing epoxy floors can also be mixed with sand, to offer a skid-resistant surface. This is perfect for kitchens and bathrooms.
- Self-leveling flooring offers a beautiful shine and looks great in kitchens and dining rooms.
- Mortar epoxy is the strongest type of epoxy flooring you can purchase. It works great for basement floors that have cracks and can even be used as a base flooring for other types of flooring applications.
- You can achieve a beautiful and slip-resistant flooring with gravel epoxy floors. This flooring is typically more expensive, because it is more difficult to lay.
- If you have a very large space in your home, you may want to consider epoxy terrazzo. This flooring is available in a variety of colors, to match almost any decor.
To learn more about these flooring options and how they can improve the look of your home, feel free to contact Hoffman Floor Covering Corporation. Allow them to show you the many options for your home, so you can make an informed choice on which one will work best for your flooring.