Commercial Resin Flooring
Need a high-quality resin flooring system for your commercial environs or projects? Then you’re in the right place.
Here at Quest Industrial Flooring Ltd, we’re a certified member of the Resin Flooring Association (FeRFA), experienced resin flooring contractors, and a specialist in epoxy resin floors for commercial projects.
So, whether you’re looking to upgrade a retail or leisure space, update a commercial office, or refurbish a warehouse or industrial environment, we can help.
Why choose Quest Flooring Ltd
Regardless of which type of commercial resin floor you choose, you can expect a few key benefits when you choose Quest Flooring. This includes:
- A high-quality and durable epoxy resin that will last for years to come if cared for correctly
- A seamless surface finish
- Quick and professional installation
- Competitive prices – find a low epoxy resin floor cost compared to other like-for-like options
- A range of modern colours and decorative finishes on each resin system
- Exceptional underfoot comfort on all epoxy resin
As one of the UK’s leading resin floor contractors, for both commercial and industrial spaces, we regularly supply and install epoxy resin floors in:
- Scotland – including Edinburgh, Glasgow and Manchester
- The North West – such as Liverpool and Warrington
- The North East – including Newcastle and Sunderland
- Yorkshire and the Humber – including Bradford, Sheffield, and Leeds
- The Midlands – in major cities like Birmingham
- The South West – such as Bristol
- The South East
- On the East coast
- And in London and beyond.
With a highly skilled and experienced team, and whatever your timeframe or budget, we can help to create the ideal epoxy resin flooring solution for your commercial locations.
A comprehensive selection of epoxy resin flooring
We currently offer a broad range of epoxy resin flooring systems designed to suit a variety of commercial and industrial needs.
Every FeRFA epoxy resin flooring type differs in terms of its performance, lifespan, and price and further details of each can be found below.
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FeRFA Type 1 – Floor Seal
These epoxy resin floors are sealed and intended for light-duty industrial dust-proofing and sealing of concrete floors and are applied via brush or roller.
It is a uniform colour and is available in both matte and gloss finish and has a lifespan of between 1 and 2 years – meaning the system will need to be reapplied thereafter.
It offers limited chemical protection but is easy to clean and maintain with only a vacuum or mop, making it ideal for reception areas, classrooms, cafeterias, and changing rooms.
FeRFA Type 2 – Floor Coating
This resin floor coating is intended for medium-duty storage rooms or warehouses but can also be used in light industrial and commercial environments.
It has a lifespan of 2-3 years and is applied in 2 or more coats via brush or roller, giving a uniform colouring that can be specified with either a matte or gloss finish to aid aesthetics and provide slip resistance.
FeRFA Type 3 – High Build Floor Coating
The High Build Floor Coating is a thicker coat, ranging from 300 to 1000 µm total thickness and is the ideal solution for medium-duty industrial locations, such as warehousing, storage, assembly areas, or laboratories.
Because it is very durable, these commercial resin flooring solutions have an anticipated lifespan of up to 7 years and are available in both gloss silk and matte finish.
This coating has a good resistance to chemical spillages and decent impact resistance to heavy machinery and the slip potential can be reduced with an aggregate scatter.
FeRFA Type 4 – Multi-Layer Flooring
This aggregate dressed system is based on multiple layers of floor coatings or flow-applied floorings, often described as ‘sandwich’ systems.
It is intended for medium or heavy-duty conditions; with good resistance to both impact and wear from heavy machinery and foot traffic.
It is also available in a variety of shades but is dependent on the aggregate used. This epoxy commercial resin flooring also has very low slip potential, so it is ideal for busy industrial environments.
FeRFA Type 5 – Flow-Applied Flooring
This poured resin is often known as self-levelling or self-smoothing flooring and is intended for medium to heavy-duty environments, such as workshops, warehousing, and hygienic areas, such as laboratories, due to its very high resistance to all types of chemicals.
It is available in uniform tones, but decorative effects and an aggregate scatter can be used to reduce the slip potential.
These resin systems have an anticipated lifespan of 6 to 8 years in medium-duty areas and 3 to 4 years in heavy-duty environments.
FeRFA Type 6 – Resin Screed Flooring
This is a trowel-finished, heavily filled system generally incorporates a surface seal coat to minimize porosity, making it suitable for medium-duty areas, such as engineering workshops and other dry processing areas, but can also be used in warehousing, storage, or general industrial environments.
However, it is not recommended for areas where liquid and chemical spillages are common as its resistance to potentially corrosive chemicals is poor and it has a low slip resistance.
Resin screed flooring is available in uniform colouring, but decorative effects can be added to the surface. It is very hygienic as long as the surface seal is kept maintained and intact, with an anticipated lifespan of 10-12 years in medium-duty environments and 5 to 7 years in heavy-duty use, provided the seal coat is maintained.
FeRFA Type 7 – Heavy Duty Flowable Flooring
This is an aggregate-filled system that is intended for either heavy-duty or very heavy-duty resin flooring projects, such as areas with large or heavy machinery, due to its very good impact resistance and good resistance to chemical attack.
As it is an aggregate-filled system, decorative effects are available, and it can be finished with a matte or very smooth gloss surface. Its anticipated lifespan is 8 to 10 years in heavy-duty areas and 5 to 8 years in very heavy-duty environments.
FeRFA Type 8 – Heavy Duty Screed Flooring
This is a trowel-finished, aggregate-filled poured resin system designed specifically for very heavy-duty environments that expect very heavy loads from machinery or traffic – as it is virtually impervious throughout its lifespan of 10-12 years.
It has excellent impact and chemical resistance and very good hygiene standards, which also makes it ideal for chemically hazardous environments, such as research facilities or laboratories. It also has a textured matte finish and a low slip potential on the profile.
Resin Flooring – Unclassified
If you are looking for a flooring system that is as hard-wearing, chemical-resistant, and abrasion-resistant as a concrete floor but with a more decorative look, choose epoxy resin flooring from Quest.
With all these qualities, this extremely tough system is at home almost anywhere, including in industry, food preparation, pharmaceuticals, electro-sensitive areas, health, education, emergency services, law enforcement, retail, and many other environments.
Car Park Decking
Quest are experts at creating welcoming, colourful, bright and environmentally friendly car parking areas that are both durable and aesthetically changeable. As such, car park decking resin flooring is available in a variety of colours to accommodate any branding, environment, or business.
It is available with waterproofing, making the surface impermeable to liquid and can also be installed with light reflective markings and a slip-resistant surface which will reduce the effects of tyre squeal and limit accidents in the wet and dark.
FeRFA Resin Terrazzo Flooring
Epoxy Terrazzo is a resin flooring system that is designed for use specifically in commercial or industrial flooring. The epoxy resin flooring mix means that the flooring is extremely strong and durable, offering extra protection from physical damage as well as possible chemical damage and more.
Just like other types of resin flooring, terrazzo epoxy resin floor is very decorative, meaning it can incorporate a brand logo and is available in a number of colours and styles, thanks to its highly decorative finish which includes aggregate scatters of marble chippings, granite chippings, synthetic stone, or crushed glass.
Decorative Resin Flooring
Using decorative commercial resin flooring in your location means that any of a range of colours can be used and a company logo can even be included in the floor design. As well as the aesthetic benefits that look great for years, polished resin flooring also offers durability and long-lasting results.
The epoxy resin is suitable for use both indoors and outdoors for a uniform feel, and its strength means that it can be used in a variety of applications.
Resin Terrazzo Refurbishment
Although Terrazzo epoxy resin flooring is extremely durable, some older examples can need extensive repair work to restore them to their former splendour.
Quest Flooring’s experts can fill holes where stone chippings have come loose and restore a loss of lustre with diamond grinding and polishing.
Once it is fully restored, it can be maintained very easily with regular dry and wet mopping, or as is more common in commercial environments, scrubber drying.
Commercial Resin Flooring FAQs
What is resin flooring?
Resin flooring, essentially, is a hard plastic surface that is laid on top of the flooring substrate, including concrete floors. It usually has three layers, including:
1. A primer
This is used to penetrate the substrate, creating a strong and long-lasting bond.
2. Body coat
The body coat is the main structural layer. At its most basic level, it’s made from a synthetic resin and a separate hardener. This creates a hard-wearing finish, perfect for use in many industrial and commercial environments. However, for particularly heavy-duty applications, additional ingredients (e.g. aggregates, pigment, decorative flakes) can also be added to make it thicker and tougher.
3. This top resin layer finishes the flooring and can add a matte or high-shine finish, which, depending on the resin system you choose, can also help keep out moisture.
How much does resin flooring cost?
The exact flooring cost of resin flooring in the UK varies dependent on several factors, including:
- The level of floor preparation required
- The type of resin flooring chosen
- The size of the project
But rest assured, here at Quest, all of our industrial flooring is available for a competitive price per square metre.
As one of the UK’s leading resin flooring companies, we always strive to work within your budget, no matter the resin flooring cost – so, why not give us a call on 01925 737 369 to discuss your requirements and receive a quick, personalised quote.
Industrial resin flooring has become an increasingly popular option over recent years – and it’s easy to understand why. Not only is it exceptionally durable, but it also boasts a wide range of benefits. For example, resin flooring:
- Protects the substrate from damage
- Has no visible joins or edges, creating a seamless and elegant finish
- Is easy to clean and maintain
- Offers excellent hygiene and hypoallergenic qualities
- Comes in a wide range of colours and designs
What’s more, resin flooring can be installed on pretty much any flooring substrate, including an old concrete floor.
This makes it an affordable option for most projects and could be just what you need to create a stylish yet long-lasting floor.
Why choose resin flooring?
Industrial resin flooring has becoming an increasingly popular option over recent years – and it’s easy to understand why. Not only is it exceptionally durable, it also boasts a wide range of benefits. For example, resin flooring:
- protects the substrate from damage
- has no visible joins or edges, creating a seamless and elegant finish
- is easy to clean and maintain
- offers excellent hygiene and hypoallergenic qualities
- comes in a wide range of colours and designs
What’s more, resin flooring can be installed on pretty much any flooring substrate. It’s an affordable option for most projects and could be just what you need to create a stylish yet long-lasting floor.