Most of our satisfied epoxy flooring customers have installed a resin floor in a commercial, industrial, or retail environment—and it’s easy to see why. Our epoxy flooring is durable, hard-wearing, hygienic, and easy to maintain, all of which are benefits that ensure the floor lasts for decades in tough workspaces.
Epoxy flooring has often been overlooked as an appealing option for the home, but increasingly Everlast® Epoxy flooring has been installed in residential properties across the United States.
There are many benefits of epoxy flooring in the home that make a resin surface both functional and fantastic looking. Here’s the low-down on why Everlast Epoxy® flooring is the smart choice for your home.
A safe and hygienic floor for the home
Many industrial and commercial organizations choose epoxy flooring to help them maintain clean and safe working conditions, so why not do the same to make your home safer and more hygienic?
Everlast® Epoxy flooring for the home contains an integral antimicrobial component that protects the floor from microbes, germs, and bacteria, making the home a healthier place to be.
Unlike carpets or tiles, which soak up spillages and cause nasty odors, an epoxy floor is a seamless surface that makes every mess easy to simply wipe away. And, because liquids cannot penetrate the substrate and cause damage, your floor will last much longer than other surfaces commonly used in the home.
We recommend Everlast® Epoxy floor for areas of the home that are often exposed to wet conditions, such as kitchens, utility rooms, bathrooms, and wetrooms.
No one wants to spend their free time mopping floors
We all lead increasingly busy lives—and we’ve never heard anyone ever say that mopping the kitchen floor is a chore they enjoy! Epoxy flooring is so easy to maintain that it will save you time and effort with your cleaning routine, leaving you free to get on with the activities you enjoy.
Our floors can be cleaned with water, detergent, and a squeegee. Because the surface is nonporous, debris and dirt can be easily removed and will not penetrate or stain the floor.
Epoxy flooring can be vacuumed and cleaned with very little effort—and unlike tiles, you will never have to scrub, buff, or polish them to keep your floors looking fantastic.
Light reflective to help save energy
Epoxy flooring is light reflective, which means you won’t need to turn your lights on as often in the home.
This translates into tangible benefits like contributing to energy savings to preserve the planet all while enjoying a brighter, lighter home with potential savings on your energy bills.
Ideal for rental properties
The flooring in rental properties needs to withstand plenty of abuse. Tenants may come and go, but landlords need a flooring option that is hard-wearing and lasts for years.
The secret to installing a long-lasting floor is in the mix of aggregates and epoxy used to create the system. Most companies apply a thin 60-mil layer of epoxy, but at Everlast® Epoxy, we pledge to use only the highest quality resins and install a floor that is 160-mil deep to achieve a thick and tough finish.
An epoxy flooring is the perfect mix of form and function for rental units that can help attract new tenants and present a safe, clean, and hygienic home.
Functional and fantastic-looking flooring? There has to be a catch.
There really is no catch. You’ll never have to compromise on a flawless finish to get a hard-wearing and durable floor for your home.
Our floors are available in a range of over 50 attractive colors, from crisp whites and cool creams for contemporary homes that want a modern feel to greys and slates that are more fitting for a traditional living space.
If you’d prefer something bright and beautiful, there are blue hues, nature-inspired greens, and even a sunny yellow. The only limit is your imagination.
Contact our team to discuss epoxy flooring for the home
Our flooring experts are on hand to speak with homeowners and landlords who are looking for durable, easy-to-maintain, and aesthetically superior flooring for the home. Call our team at (800) 708-9870 for professional, friendly advice.