Epoxy Floors are Great for Many Rooms in the Home

The most common use of epoxy floors is in garages and commercial spaces, but what about other residential spaces? It’s not unheard of, and when done well can look quite stylish! Here are some rooms to consider epoxy flooring for:

Bathroom: We typically imagine tile in a bathroom, but epoxy is also an attractive and even wise choice. Because it is so easy to clean, mold and mildew on your floors will become a thing of the past.

Basement: If your basement doubles as a rec room or man cave, it probably sees a lot of foot traffic, food, and drink. Minimize the effort needed to keep this space presentable with an easy-to-clean epoxy floor system that will also make the space look more polished.

Bedroom: Carpet or hardwood floors are often used in bedrooms, but an epoxy floor in the perfect color can transform a bedroom into a sleek, modern space. Choose a light color to create the illusion of space, or something a little darker for a warmer, more romantic vibe.

Kitchen:  Because epoxy flooring is so resilient, the kitchen is an ideal place for them. Spills, falling pots and pans, and broken jars are no match for these tough floors, and their reflectiveness will also provide more lighting in the kitchen.

Mud Room: Mud rooms see a lot of foot traffic, dirt, and moisture. With an epoxy flooring system in this space, cleaning up after muddy shoes and dirty pets is a breeze.

Consider epoxy floors for more than just the garage! The durability and ease of maintenance of these floors makes them a great option for many rooms in the home!