There are a number of different types of resin flooring systems from simple paint to a full resin screed but how do you know which one is best for your requirements, budget and project scope?
In simple and general terms, the thickness of the resin flooring system, combined with the intended use of the area will determine a floor’s life expectancy. We’ll discuss two types of resin flooring: floor paint system vs resin screed.
The life expectancy depends on the type of paint used, the environment and how it’s maintained. Because of this, the life expectancy will vary between 6 months – 2 years.
Aesthetically, paint can come in a variety of colours, but it’s often only solid block colours.
Resin Screed System:
A resin screed can vary in depth from 2mm up to 9mm.
We would recommend that any resin screed system with a thickness of 4mm or higher should have a life expectancy in excess of 10 years.
Our Resin Screed solutions can come in a variety of colours and options
When looking at the types of resin flooring available, there are a few things you should consider:
- Frequency of use
- Cleaning regimes
- Impact damage
If you’re unsure about which option is best, please get in touch with our friendly team who will gladly help answer any of your questions.
You can also request a site survey.
Read about our Aftercare Service and watch our video guide on how to take care of your resin floor installation works.