Commercial Flooring Brisbane

Whether you're building a new facility or renovating an existing one, you need durable flooring. We understand the everyday abuse commercial flooring must withstand: hot oil, boiling water, chemicals, scuffing by equipment and heavy traffic are just a few examples. Epoxy or polyurethane flooring is the perfect solution. Our Brisbane team applies commercial epoxy flooring to a range of facilities, from kitchens to food preparation areas, cold rooms and more.

Why Choose Us For Your Commercial Flooring

With over 10 years' experience in laying flooring, we understand the importance of meeting stringent OH&S requirements. Epoxy and polyurethane cement floors are seamless, eliminating common problems with other floors. Your floor won't lift or become uneven, and water won’t get under the floor through grout lines and joins.

In fact, our flooring can make a positive contribution to OH&S. We can install line marking or make the surface have a mild to aggressive non-slip finish.

Trusted Commercial Epoxy Flooring Experts

We work closely with all our clients to specify the best type of flooring for their project. Our service starts with a free, onsite assessment and quote. This is where we explore all the alternatives with you to determine the best solution. Once we decide on a plan, we take pride in delivering quality work on-time and within budget.

We specialise in epoxy and polyurethane commercial flooring. Out of the two, polyurethane cement has a higher resistance to hot oils and fats. Meanwhile, epoxy has a higher resistance to wear-and-tear from standard cleaning and food preparation. It's a matter of discussing the pros and cons with you, so your choice is well-informed.

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Kitchen Flooring

What is the best commercial kitchen flooring?

Polyurethane cement is the perfect option for commercial kitchen floors because of their extremely high tolerance to boiling oils and fats being spilt onto the kitchen floor with everyday use. We refer to something called thermal shock, which is basically how fast or slow heat (boiling oils and water) will transfer through the coating to the concrete substrate. The heat will transfer through polyurethane cement much slower than epoxy, eliminating the risk of delamination.

Another major factor to commercial flooring is dry film thickness. Thick coatings have a much higher thermal shock as well as wear and tear factor than thin coatings. All commercial floors installed by Qepoxy are installed at a minimum of 6mm, ensuring we can warrant all floors for a minimum 5-year period.

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Where to use epoxy flooring? 

Epoxy flooring offers fantastic wear-and-tear properties, so naturally, it’s a perfect solution for…

  • Warehouse flooring
  • Automotive flooring
  • Carparks
  • Aircraft hangers
  • Storage facilities
  • Schools
  • Commercial Kitchens
  • Breweries
  • Hospitals & Medical Centres
  • Government facilities inc. prisons
  • Ambulance, fire and police stations, etc.

There are many different variations to epoxy flooring, including non-slip flooring, UV stable flooring, decorative flooring, anti-static flooring, anti-bacterial flooring, and more.

What are the benefits of epoxy flooring vs polyurethane flooring?

Epoxy and polyurethane flooring share many benefits, but there are also some key differences. Namely, polyurethane has better resistance towards hot oils and fats, but epoxy is more resistant to tear and wear generally.

What is epoxy coving, and what is its purpose?

Epoxy coving consists of high-quality epoxy resin, mixed with filtered aggregates to create a stiff mortar. This is then installed by highly trained epoxy applicators around the entire perimeter of the commercial area. The standard epoxy coving is 100mm high with a 75mm radius at the bottom.

The sole purpose of epoxy coving is to ensure no water (harbouring bacteria and germs) can be caught in the area where the floor meets the wall. Epoxy coving is a must for any commercial area including restaurants, café floors and food preparation areas. This is also enforced by OH&S.

Epoxy coving

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We’re looking forward to chatting about your next commercial flooring project with you. Did you know we’ll tailor a no-obligation solution to suit your specific needs?

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