Epoxy Flake Flooring, often termed epoxy chip or fleck flooring, has recently emerged as the go-to choice for residential garage floors. However, what might be lesser-known is its widespread popularity in various other public and private spaces.
For those seeking a flooring solution that offers robustness, and resistance to chemicals and UV rays, along with aesthetic appeal, Epoxy Flake Flooring is an ideal choice.
Beyond garages, this flooring is equally impressive and functional in outdoor areas like patios, porches, sidewalks, and driveways, among other home spaces.
The adoption of epoxy flake flooring is rapidly increasing in public venues, including restaurant kitchens, public restrooms, dining areas, and car service centers, due to its durability and visual appeal.
The vast array of color options (hundreds, in fact) contributes to making epoxy flake flooring one of the most popular flooring choices across the United States.
When installed correctly, epoxy flake floors can effectively avoid the issue known as “Hot Tire Pickup.” This problem occurs when a car parks on an epoxy-coated floor after a long drive, potentially damaging the coating upon departure. A well-installed epoxy flake floor will prevents this.