We are frequently asked how much does a resin floor cost, but unlike other floor finishes, there is no set price per m2. There are several factors that can impact the overall resin floor cost and therefore it is important for us to ascertain as much information as possible to allow us to present a realistic cost.
RESYN like to present our clients with meaningful proposals, where what we quote is what you pay.
Our team have a wealth of experience to enable them to qualify what is required in line with your expectations. They will gather all the relevant information before we undertake a job to ensure there are no hidden costs. click here to learn more about us. There are rare occasions where unforeseen circumstances occur, but we will always notify our clients as soon as we are aware and work together to provide a solution.
Factors that can affect the cost include:
Product / System:
There are a range of resin flooring products and systems available that will have an impact on the cost. Epoxy, Polyurethane and MMA resin floors vary in the characteristics they provide and therefore will vary in cost.
Each different resin type also offers a selection of systems from basic coatings to heavy-duty floors which again can drastically affect the resin floor cost.
The extent of surface preparation will impact the time required to complete the job and determine the correct method and tools required.
We are frequently asked to remove existing substrates and undertake repairs all of which will increase the time to complete the job.
The size of a job can significantly affect the price per m2. Resin floors are fundamentally dependent on curing times. Each layer, i.e., primer, body coat and seal coat, needs to cure fully before the next layer can be applied. If the area is small in size the curing time is the same as a larger job and therefore the price per m2 is increased. Generally speaking, it becomes cheaper per m2 to install a resin floor over a larger sized area.
We offer flexible working programmes, enabling us to complete jobs with minimal disruption. We regularly work nights and frequently utilise two teams to allow us to work back-to-back shifts, to minimise our client’s closure period.
We appreciate there may also be times when clients can only offer a reduced working window and as a result, the duration of the job increased.
All of the above can have an impact on the overall price of the resin floor costs.
We are sometimes asked to include demarcation within our installations, again this increases the complexity of the job and time taken to install the floor and results in higher m2 costs.
Many of our customers, who had previously been spending thousands of pounds through ongoing maintenance and repair, are now benefiting from hardwearing, reduced maintenance epoxy resin flooring. Take a look at our case studies to see examples or our YouTube channel.
For further information or to discuss a project, please contact us on 01778 343670 or use our contact us form.