Resinous Flooring Systems

Here at Concrete Flooring Solutions, our specialist installers of resinous flooring systems only provide the highest quality epoxy resin flooring and floor coatings for your property – all with stunning results with every installation. 

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Heavy Duty Resinous Flooring Systems

Resinous flooring systems provide a wide range of benefits to all sorts of environments. From commercial flooring requiring resistance against wear and tear, industrial flooring needing chemical resistance and food safety, and domestic environments looking for stylish and seamless floors; resinous flooring systems are a great choice for almost any situation. 

As well as being stain-resistant and easy to clean, resinous flooring systems also boast excellent health and safety features – such as slip resistance and hygienic properties. By installing resinous flooring systems in a property that frequently has multiple people passing through, you can significantly reduce the risk of slips and falls; all with a stylish and modern looking floor. 

Interested in installing a highly customisable resin floor for your next project? Contact Concrete Flooring Solutions Today.

Resinous Flooring Systems Available at Concrete Flooring Solutions

There are three main types of resin flooring when it comes to resinous flooring systems. These are PMMA, polyurethane, and epoxy. Although all of these resin floors offer better hygienic and heavy-duty properties compared to other flooring surfaces available, there are differences between each option that provides significant advantages depending on the environment they are being used. 


Standing for polymethyl methacrylate, you may also know this type of resin flooring system by the name ‘acrylic’ or ‘acrylic glass’ – used to create products such as plexiglass and perspex. 

Polymethyl methacrylate is classed as a thermoplastic resin, meaning it is highly customisable for specific industrial needs. Most notably, it can be altered with slip resistance and even chemical resistance. 

One of the main characteristics of polymethyl methacrylate flooring is its super-fast application and cure times, even at sub-zero temperatures – that’s in celsius for our American friends. This extremely fast cure time ensures that polymethyl methacrylate resin flooring can be fully installed and completely cured over just a weekend – preventing as much downtime as possible in the operations of your factory, production facility, or other industrial areas. 

Along with its super-fast curing times, polymethyl methacrylate is also very easy to repair and upgrade. This is because it has a unique chemical bond that makes repairs easier when compared to other resin floorings and floor coatings which often need a complete replacement. Though the price of a polymethyl methacrylate floor is higher than the other options available on the market, we believe the price is worth it for its long lifespan alone. 

If you’re interested in installing polymethyl methacrylate resin flooring systems for your next project, why not get in touch with the team here at Concrete Flooring Solutions? We’ll be more than happy to discuss your needs for your next project and go from there. And if you have multiple high-turnover projects on the go, we can get your polymethyl methacrylate floors laid and cured in as little as a weekend.
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Similarly to polymethyl methacrylate resin flooring systems, polyurethane resin flooring provides excellent resistance to impact, abrasion, and chemicals, however, polyurethane resin flooring systems do have a substantially higher temperature resistance. Polyurethane shows no signs of weakness even when exposed to direct heat, this means that it is an ideal candidate for floors in front of ovens, where there are bursts of hot air, and where hot equipment is left to cool down. 

Polyurethane resin flooring systems are also available in a variety of different finishes – flexibly adapting to multiple different situations, as well as being wel equipped for impact resistance. 

Polyurethane resin is also known as a ‘thermoset resin’, meaning that this type of resin flooring system can take significantly longer to cure compared to polymethyl methacrylate flooring – meaning that there operational downtime and disruption during installation, or any repairs, is more than likely. 

Does a heat resistant resin flooring sound like the best choice for you? If you own a bakery and need a floor that won’t give up the ghost due to sudden bursts of hot air from the oven, polyurethane resin flooring may be the best option for you. To discuss your options, get in touch with Concrete Flooring Solutions today. 

Epoxy Resin

As the most widely known and widely used kind of resin flooring system available on the market, epoxy resin is a thermoset resin material, similar to polyurethane resin, that offers both high performance and high durability for multiple different environments. If you frequently work with electrics, epoxy resin flooring is also the optimal choice for electrical conductive flooring. 

There is a wide variety of epoxy resin flooring choices available at Concrete Flooring Solutions, each offering various advantages and disadvantages depending on their use and the environment they’re used in. Nevertheless, all epoxy resin flooring systems completely bind to the concrete underfloor, resulting in a very hard flooring system that is resistant against impact, wear and tear, abrasion, water ingress, pol, and chemicals. 

In the event that an epoxy resin flooring system becomes damaged, however, it must be fully replaced. Epoxy resin flooring has the longest curing time of all available curing options, so an unplanned repair job could result in a very costly standstill in business. 

Do you frequently work with electrical equipment and need a safe floor that won’t cause danger to others, or yourself? Epoxy resin flooring may be the best choice for you. If you work in an industrial setting and would prefer not to electrocute yourself with a metal floor, get in touch with Concrete Flooring Solutions today. 

Contact Concrete Flooring Solutions for Resinous Flooring Systems Today

If any of the options for resinous flooring systems listed above catch your eye, why not get in touch with our flooring experts at Concrete Flooring Solutions? We can discuss your needs in detail, and help you determine what kind of resin floor will best benefit the environment you need to update. 

For the number one supplier of resinous flooring systems and polished concrete in the UK, get in touch with Concrete Flooring Solutions today.