Epoxy used in Residential Flooring
- April 8th, 2020 /
- Project Profile
Residential flooring comes in all shapes and sizes. Regardless of the flooring type you are looking into, some common factors lie within all homeowner flooring requests. Easy to clean and maintain, longevity, durability, and cost all play equal roles for those researching flooring options for their residence.
When homeowners in the Pacific Northwest made the decision to use Westcoat throughout the floors in their home, our local representative, Rob Bechtel enlisted expert QCAs, Bach Custom Coatings to do the install. Three years later the owners were ready for some general maintenance where they requested the assistance of Bach to come make a couple small repairs. Their floors were holding up great, despite wear and tear, and an energetic fur friend. Thankfully, their floors are paw proof and pet accident resistant!
The owners wanted to keep it simple – a solid color, seamless floor that would combat pet accidents, and would last them several years. So, Bach and the Westcoat team created a solution to specifically fit their requests. That solution was our Epoxy Thin Film system with a polyurethane topcoat.
12 Reasons to Choose Thin Film Epoxy:
• USDA Compliant
• Chemical Resistant
• Low Viscosity
• 100% Solids or Water-Based option
• Low Odor
• Medium Build
• Easy Clean Up
• Superior Adhesion
• High Strength
• Slip Resistant Textures Available
Westcoat Thin Film System is an epoxy floor coating, which provides a thin to medium build that is tough, chemical resistant, and durable. The Thin Film system is installed using water-based solvent free epoxy or 100% solids epoxy options.