We are experts at installing high quality and hard wearing factory flooring right across the South East and the rest of the UK. Our team have years of experience working in factories making sure the flooring is laid on time, meets the high health and safety standards and performs as it should.
There is no doubt when it comes to tough environments for flooring a factory has to be up there with the toughest. High levels of footfall, heavy machinery and in some cases regular or accidental spillages as well as often rigorous cleaning regimes and chemicals. Factory flooring needs to be extremely hard wearing, not least because it is a huge investment and any business looking at a new floor must expect it to last as long as possible.
We work with high quality epoxy resin flooring tailored to provide meet all your requirements. We can also do all the preparation, screeds and everything else needed to get your factory flooring up to spec.
We project manage resin factory flooring installations from start to finish and can work alongside other contractors or under a larger project management plan. We survey the site and work out all the requirements from health and safety compliance to heat and chemical resistance and more. We then work through what is needed with the project manager or business owner to decide if any groundworks or other preparation is needed before selecting and ordering the flooring materials. After that our team arrives on-site to begin the installation.
We know shutting down a factory for re-fit is a costly process so we can work around the time scales set by the client. We understand the pressures involved whether it’s getting a new factory floor installed for a brand new business or it’s a repair and re-fit for an existing factory. Our teamwork to get everything ready on time and on budget!
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Whatever your factory flooring requirements get in touch with our experienced team today to get a quote. We understand the importance of getting flooring right, first time, we know timing is critical and that it must be able to stand up to the rigours of factory life.