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Epoxy vs Rubber, which is the right choice?

Updated: 7 days ago

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Comparing Epoxy and Rubber Flooring Options

  • Durability: Epoxy flooring is incredibly durable and resistant to stains, chemicals, and heavy impact. It's ideal for high-traffic areas like garages, workshops, and industrial spaces. On the other hand, rubber flooring offers excellent durability as well, especially in areas prone to moisture or spills like gyms, pool decks, lanai's, and playrooms. It provides cushioning and is comfortable to walk on, making it suitable for areas where people stand for extended periods.

  • Installation: Both Epoxy and Rubber flooring requires professional installation as it involves multiple layers and precise application techniques. It's a seamless and smooth surface once cured, providing a sleek and modern look. Both offer various colors and patterns, allowing for customization to match any space's aesthetics.

  • Maintenance: Both epoxy and rubber flooring are relatively low maintenance. Epoxy floors can be cleaned with mild detergents and require occasional resealing for long-term durability. Rubber flooring is easy to clean with water and mild soap, and it's resistant to stains and odors.

Choosing between epoxy and rubber flooring depends on the specific needs of the space. Epoxy is best suited for areas that require a highly durable and seamless surface, while rubber flooring is ideal for spaces that need cushioning, slip-resistance, and easy maintenance.

If you have additional questions, or would like to talk more about installing epoxy or rubber in your outdoor space, let's talk!

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