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Australian Epoxy Floors supply and install a range of high quality flooring products.

Suitable for Commercial, Industrial and Domestic applications.

G.T.I. Tile

Gerflor GTI Max tile – Gerflor GTI Max tile is a range of high resistance specialist loose lay vinyl flooring tile that can be installed over existing floors, meaning it requires minimum sub floor preperation.

Gerflor GTI Max Decor has a PUR+ surface treatment, requiring minimal cleaning and maintenance.

Gerflor GTI Max Decor also has a slip resistance rating of R10, is suitable for underfloor heating and has been specifically designed for installation in heavy traffic areas

Metallic Finish

Metallic floor coatings are a 100% solids, 2 component epoxy, specially formulated with a pearlescent metallic pigment.

The smooth, glass like finish has a unique reflective sparkle that looks a lot like liquid metal.

A truly stunning visual effect that will add value and character to any room.

Epoxy Flake

The flakes used in our Epoxy Flake Floors are coloured chips/flakes designed for use in a variety of decorative applications.

These include seamless, resinous flooring systems and multi-coloured wall systems.

Epoxy Flake Floors are heavy duty and long lasting.  Best of all they’re easy to clean!

Suitable for areas such as garages, warehouses, workshops and high traffic areas.

Timber Grain Vinyl Plank

Vinyl planks replicate the natural textures and colours of timber flooring.  It can be laid directly over most existing floors.

Easy to maintain, Timber Grain Vinyl Planks are hard wearing and can be used in residential or commercial areas.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are Epoxy Floor Coatings?

Epoxy is a type of polymer material that begins as a liquid and is converted to a solid state through a controlled chemical reaction. Because of this change in state, epoxy floor coatings are typically a mechanically strong and chemically resistant type of flooring. Epoxy floor coatings are highly adhesive during the conversion from liquid to solid allowing them to create a secure bond with both new and old concrete flooring surfaces.

There are a wide variety of applications and uses for epoxy coatings including epoxy floor paint in domestic, commercial and industrial settings as well as for coatings on industrial equipment or machinery.

How Do Epoxy Floor Coatings Work?

Epoxy floor coatings are typically comprised of two main components, resins and hardeners. The resin component in an epoxy floor coating is light or clear in color and nearly odor free. Hardeners on the other hand, are dark and have a strong characteristic “ammonia-like” smell.

When these two components are mixed together during the epoxy floor coating application process, a chemical reaction begins. This chemical reaction turns the epoxy floor coatings into tough, rigid, and plastic-like materials, which are very durable, waterproof, and chemically resistant.

How many coats will my floor need?

In general, epoxy floor coatings are available in both one coat and two coat varieties. One-coat application systems allow for faster installation times, while two-coat systems result in a more secure application as well as being able to add flecks and glitters to the coating before clear coats are applied.

Two-coat epoxy floor coatings help to eliminate the risk of developing pinholes or voids during application, which can cause future problems in the durability and waterproofing of the coating.

How is Epoxy Floor Coating applied?

The epoxy floor coating process is typically done by applying the coatings using a roller. This application is best when performed by experienced professionals to ensure proper application and durability.

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