3 Fun Facts About Epoxy Flooring

Where Can I See an Epoxy Floor?

A lot of people can barely recognize an epoxy floor when they first see it. The fact is, Epoxy flooring is all around us! Most warehouses and large storage facilities have some type of epoxy or urethane coating down to protect it from the daily use and abuse it receives. Food and Beverage production plants are almost always required to have an epoxy coating to ensure cleanliness and adhere to safety standards. Even one of your neighbors is likely to have an epoxy coating down to protect it from dirt, oil, and car fluid that we all know too well. The fact is epoxy is not new and has been around since the early 1930s The epoxy market is a $20 Billion Dollar industry because its proven to withstand the test of time. Now that you know you’ve most likely stepped on a couple of epoxy floors in the past week or two we will get into some fun facts about epoxy!

Decent and Flashy Designs

Oh yea! Sweet looking designs and impressive feel is a complete definition of what an Epoxy floor idea looks like. Many a times, flooring ideas contribute immensely to the beauty of an area; not the mention the serene atmosphere that sweeps you deeply into imagining you were in a heavenly paradise.

Strength and Ruggedness

Epoxy floors are reliable. As long as you properly pre your floor and follow the application instructions you are ensured to have a great result! Its strength and flexibility makes it a great option for hundreds of applications and use cases.


Depending on the thickness and depth of your desired epoxy floor choice, there are two flooring options to stick with. The multiple layers surface with depth of about 5-10 mills or the light surface coating where you are only applying a single coat epoxy.

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15 thoughts on “3 Fun Facts About Epoxy Flooring”

    1. Hi Patience,

      We currently do not have any video tutorials on 3d Flooring. I would suggest checking YouTube as there is alot of great content to digest.



    1. Hi Cody, Our products are not designed to be applied on wood as wood can crack leading to floor swelling and possible failure if water is present. The only to properly lay down epoxy over wood is by using cement boards. You would first want to caulk the joints and then prep using acid etch or diamond grinding.

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  2. I love the photo of the blue metallic epoxy! I’ve only thought of it in garages in the past. Now that you mention it, I’ve seen it in commercial kitchens and restaurants. Who knew it would work so well for a home’s interior?

  3. Thanks for helping me learn more about epoxy flooring. I’m glad you mentioned that these can actually have a lot of strength as well as flexibility. You said that it could be used for a lot of different applications, and I wouldn’t mind knowing some situations where this type of flooring could be good, like in production facilities or something like that.

    1. Hi Taylor, epoxy coatings can be used on a variety of concrete flooring applications. Proper prepping must be done first to ensure the floor will not fail over time. A list of flooring applications include, garages, basements, boiler rooms, stairwells, warehouses, food processing plants, airplane hangers, retail showrooms, restaurants, kitchens, breweries, and wineries. The list is virtually endless! There are special epoxy coatings for other flooring types such as wood and laminate flooring but Brew Floors does not carry these products.

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