Acrylic Resin Floor

What Is Acrylic Resin Flooring?

Acrylic flooring is an industrial-grade, water-based coating for all types of interior and exterior surfaces. Acrylic coating provides an instantly drying, anti-slip surface with maximum resistance to abrasion and damage.

Acrylic Resin Flooring System

Acrylic floors are mainly used at industrial sites, owing to their higher resistance properties. This high resistance is achieved through the jointless surface of acrylic floors. The resultant seamless surface acts as a protection against all types of elements, such as oil, water, lubricants, and industrial products. Acrylic floors are also neutral in relation to steel, so there is absolutely no damage to the floors and the industrial products alike.

Acrylic flooring has a very fast cooling time. Therefore, it is used in places with only 24 or fewer hours available for the installation.

The acrylic odour goes away within an hour of application, as complete curing of the poured mixture occurs. Acrylic flooring works equally well at temperatures below freezing, without any effect on the product’s quality or strength.

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What Are the Advantages of Acrylic Resin Flooring?

Not only is its application very easy and affordable, but acrylic flooring is also environmental friendly. Acrylic flooring is the top choice of all successful companies since they know the benefits of a one-time investment in this type of long-lasting floors. The surface virtually stays damage-free for years, even with continuous use. There is no need for any maintenance, besides regular cleaning and the coating acts as a protective cover for your substrate floors underneath.

Areas of Application

Acrylic Resin flooring is mostly used in the following areas:

  • Kitchens and Ovens
  • Freezers
  • Locker Rooms
  • Laboratories
  • Operating Rooms
  • Aisles
  • Locker Rooms
  • Loading Docks
  • Entryways
  • Offices
  • Machine Rooms
  • Driveways
  • Garages
  • And Parking Decks

Acrylic Resin Flooring Installation Process

A drain gap is installed and the area is prepared before applying the base product onto the substrate. Accurate measurements are essential for a seamless and durable floor since they ensure a coherent and complete cover. The following steps may be followed:

  1. Take proper measurements of the area
  2. Dry the base to ensure proper bonding with the studs.
  3. Clean and get the floor ready for installation
  4. Shims are used with a level gauge to provide a strong foundation over the sub-floor. We recommend double checking the readings to prevent any miscalculations and subsequent issues.

Cost Affecting Factors

The cost per square foot decreases as the total area of coverage increases and vice versa. This is due to the high amount of trimming required in smaller areas and it adds up to the labor costs as well. The location also dictates the pricing in some projects.

The flooring cost also varies with your colour choice. Dark colours hold a premium value and are thus a bit on the pricier side. Similarly, lighter colours are available at a significantly lower price.

Resin Flooring Removal

One of the best things about acrylic resin flooring is that it can be easily installed on an existing floor, without the need for its removal. This is very beneficial to both the contractor and the client since it helps save time and additional costs. We recommend extra care with floor-leveling since it can lead to potential leveling problems. This can be prevented by removing the old flooring layer before continuing with the project. Installation usually takes a day on average.

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What Is the Average Lifespan of Acrylic Floors?
Most of the acrylic floors last 10-12 years before they need to be redone. Proper care is recommended to keep your floor in top shape for years.
Do I Need to Remove My Existing Floor for Acrylic Flooring?
Although acrylic floors can be installed on all types of substrate-based floors, such as concrete, tile and even steel, we suggest removing the older floor for better results. Our acrylic floor installation service provides anti-slip flooring solutions with increased durability.
Why Is Acrylic Flooring Used in Food Preparation Areas, Freezers and Supermarkets?
Acrylic floors are highly flexible, allowing varying degrees of the load to be put onto them. This type of flooring is also stable with heat and UV light, with increased resistance to damage from contact with chemicals and animal fat. 
Is Colour Customisation Possible With Acrylic Flooring?
The surface can be fully customised according to your needs. Options ranging from high traffic flooring designs to industrial flooring are available.
What Is the Difference Between Seamless and Other Floors?
Seamless flooring provides a non-porous surface, which is poured with added antibacterial and antibacterial ingredients. We maintain proper NSF certification for our entire product line. Our products and services meet all standard requirements.
What Is the Finish Like?
Acrylic floors have a non-glare finish to them, with easier trimming possibilities, all thanks to their satin finish. A wide range of customisation options is available, with the ability to make the finished surface pigmented, covered with multi-color quartz or decorative flakes. Different textures and colours can be added, depending on your preference and the overall aesthetics of the area.