1. 3 Reasons to Polish Your Floor NOW! – Floor Skinz

    A sanitary, updated work area makes people more productive Good curb appeal will boost both sales and the willingness of clients to pay a little more   Bright, clean work environments are more inviting and alluring to employees, making them less likely to call off These 3 points are comparable to a study conducted by Jeffrey Campbell, Ph.D., chair of the facilities management program at Brigham …Read More

  2. Quality Commercial Epoxy Floors – Floor Skinz

    Not Created Equal There are many pros and cons of working in the epoxy industry. I have been applying epoxy resins since 1986. One of the most frustrating things we have dealt with is sharing the understanding that not all epoxies are the same…  Of course this is true of applicators as well.  Quality Why is there such a disparity in the quality of commercial epoxy flooring? Many people think t…Read More

  3. Firehouse Epoxy & Urethane Floors | Floor Skinz

    Why do firehouse floors need to be so tough?  The short answer is firemen are hard on their supplies. The trucks are very heavy and other heavy, metal objects get dropped on the floor constantly during loading and unloading. The floor in a firehouse needs to be impact resistant, somewhat chemical resistant, and non-slip. So what floors do we want to install in a 21st century firehouse? The best o…Read More

  4. Non-slip Epoxy/Urethane Flooring NJ – Floor Skinz

    Urethane Cement, Epoxy Flake, Epoxy Quartz,  or Epoxy with sand are the typical systems that people use to create a non-slip or non-skid resinous floor.  I would like to explore the differences between these systems. The prices range, for the above mentioned systems, from $3 to $25 per foot. As the flooring expert, it is our job to do the detective work needed to determine what your needs are so…Read More

  5. Industrial Warehouse Epoxy Floors NJ – Floor Skinz

    Are epoxy floors tough enough to hold up to the daily abuse of forklifts driving across them with heavy loads? The short answer is YES! In the case of forklift traffic in industrial warehouses, epoxy can be a very good option. It is a very rigid and hard product that, when applied correctly, can be very durable, and give you a beautiful floor that lasts many years. It is easy to clean with a norma…Read More

  6. NJ Public Works Epoxy Flooring Contractor – Floor Skinz

    Installing epoxy floors for the government means knowing what projects are to be prevailing wage, what the rates should be, and of coarse which floor coating system is best for which situation. Our entire staff is trained on at least 10 different floor coating systems. Some of our crews are trained in as many as 100 systems! Having such a diverse team has made it possible for us to solve many prob…Read More

  7. Industrial Epoxy Floor System Great For Break Rooms, Locker Rooms, & Commercial Kitchens

    There are about a million epoxy systems out there that ranges from basic cheap water based stuff sold in Home Depot and Lowes to good 100% solid commercial grade epoxy sold at commercial outlets. Some prefer an even better specialty epoxy system designed for areas where anti-microbial surfaces. There are even more unique systems that are durable and based on polyester/polyerea resins, which are ab…Read More

  8. 3 More Spaces That Need Epoxy or Polyurethane Concrete Sealer

    In a recent article we told you about three of the most common types of floors that we end up applying floor coatings to. The most obvious, of course, are garage floors. As the garage becomes more of an extension of the living space, people want garage floor coatings to make their workspace look as good as possible. Basements are another space to which we’ll apply epoxy floor coatings, either ac…Read More