What you can expect with resin flooring
No matter what type of floor covering you get - timber, carpet, tiles, vinyl or resin flooring - the chances are there will be minor
imperfections in the finished product. Some are acceptable, some aren’t.
Here’s a brief snapshot of what that means for resin flooring projects:
Expectations on these floors are covered by two main categories: appearance and performance.
Appearance focusses on visual imperfections seen immediately after application, such as bubbles, missed spots and colour variations. These
are typically caused by the conditions and installer practices.
Performance is all about integrity issues that appear over time during service, including wearing, staining and peeling. These are typically
the result of incorrect specification and poor maintenance.
While a perfect floor is always the goal, resin floors are field-applied systems that are exposed to certain elements that can’t be fully
controlled and, therefore, some tolerances need to be factored in.
You can view a copy of the Owner
Expectations Guide from Resin Flooring International
if you’d like to know more.
Take care and keep smiling,