Polyurethane Resin Floors

Polyurethane Resin Floor Systems

Available in almost any colour, this roll-on application is monotone in colour and represents a ‘stoep paint’ look and feel, but has a much longer life expectancy this is ideal for large warehouse flooring, garages, and outside areas and is UV stable with added anti-slip.

Polyurethane Flooring

What is Polyurethane Resin Flooring?

Polyurethane is known for its extreme durability and flexible synthetic material. Like epoxy flooring, polyurethane floor finishes are smooth and decorative, which are ideal for modern environments that are customer-centric.

Polyurethane Flooring Solutions
polyurethane resin floor

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These floors are also easy to clean and maintain. They do not trap dirt and do not require much scrubbing, waxing, and polishing.

Polyurethane floors are generally softer and more elastic than epoxy, making them better resistant to scratching. This makes them most suitable for spaces like multi-deck car parks which experience high foot traffic.

In residential properties, one may use polyurethane in a playroom or a teenager’s pad, especially if he loves his music blasting. Our PU Resin Comfort Floor system, as standard, will provide up to 10Db acoustic reduction between floors (i.e. if applied between floors over timber joist). However, opting for the flex rubber base system will provide up to a 19Db acoustic saving, which in non-specialists’ terms is the difference between a whisper and a shout.

The PU resin floor systems also benefit from being water-resistant, 100% UV stable, simple to maintain and clean, and available in any colour.

Frequently Asked Questions on Polyurethane Flooring

In the commercial world, this is ideal for warehouses, garages, and outside areas. It is UV-stable and has an anti-slip floor. Polyurethane is an extremely durable a flexible synthetic material. Like epoxy flooring, its finish is also smooth and visually appealing. This makes choosing polyurethane flooring most suitable for modern environments. As safety is a top priority in any business, polyurethane is the most popular choice due to its anti-slip properties. 

What is the difference between epoxy and polyurethane floors?

We can’t say which one is better, it all comes down to your needs. In general, the only difference between the two is durability. Polyurethane floors are generally softer and more elastic compared to epoxy, giving them better resistance to scratching – ideal for spaces like multi-deck car parks, which experience high levels of foot traffic. While this flooring solution is available in a wide range of colours, it is monotoned and looks and feels like a “stoep paint.” It is applied as a roll-on floor, with a long-life expectancy. In comparison to epoxy flooring, polyurethane flooring is more heat resistant and can withstand heat up to twice the degrees as epoxy. The difference between these two flooring options comes down to one’s preferences and requirements. One solution is not necessarily better than the other. Durability is the only real significant difference.

Why Choose Polyurethane Resin Flooring?

Safety: The most overseen benefit of Polyurethane flooring is the fact that it features anti-slip properties. Safety is one of the top priorities in any business.

Aesthetically pleasing with its decorative designs

Hygiene: Polyurethane floors are easy-to-clean and do not trap dirt, and they do not require much scrubbing or hardcore waxing & polishing.

Heat Resistant: They are more heat resistant than epoxy flooring and can stand heat up to twice the degrees as epoxy.