I’ve always believed a thriving resin flooring industry is possible only if we can educate the general flooring market, and I’ve written a lot of material in the past aimed at doing just that.
In the upcoming posts I’ll re-visit a series of short articles I put together for my decorative resin flooring brand, Floorchef, which was aimed at helping architects, interior designers and other specifiers avoid common headaches associated with resin flooring specification.
Here’s a great tip for avoiding resin flooring headaches: do some homework on what type of resin flooring technology suits your needs
best before you even think about getting a quote. Despite some marketing claims, there’s no single product that’s right for
every flooring project!
Installing the ideal resin floor isn’t just about putting down something that looks great, although that’s obviously a big part. You also need to understand what’s required in a number of not-so-obvious areas before you can find the right solution.
Only after you’ve sifted through questions like these will you start to form a clearer picture of which resin flooring road you should be taking. Will the technology be an epoxy, polyurethane, polyurea, polyaspartic or MMA? Once again, perhaps the key message when it comes to resin flooring technology is that every type has advantages and disadvantages, and thinking one can do it all will only set you up for some major headaches.
Take care and keep smiling,