Want to lay a self-levelling screed? At Polyestershoppen, you will find all the materials you need to lay an epoxy or PU self-levelling screed. Screed floors are extremely popular and they are increasingly laid in living spaces, garages, sheds, office buildings and production areas. Are you wondering if a cast floor is possible for your project? Our specialists have practical experience and will happily advise you before, during and after your project. Request a free quote or contact us via email@example.com!
Laying a cast floor yourself may sound difficult, but did you know that this is a very fun and realistic job even for a do-it-yourselfer? At Polyestershoppen, we guide you through the entire process. From the orientation phase to the actual execution of the job, our specialists are there for you! So you can soon enjoy a stylish cast floor to the full.
If you buy a cast floor system from Polyestershoppen then you can expect the following benefits:
Are you curious about the possibilities of a polyurethane or epoxy cast floor in your living room, bathroom, kitchen, garage, shed or business premises? Then feel free to contact our specialists for a free, no-obligation quote or take a look at our information centre on cast floors.
As a rule, we talk about two types when we talk about a cast floor: epoxy cast floor or PU cast floor. These flooring systems have different properties. Epoxy self-levelling floors, for instance, are suitable for high mechanical loads and are resistant to chemicals. You can easily drive over an epoxy floor with heavy vehicles such as a forklift truck. As a result, epoxy cast flooring is often used in garages, sheds, laboratories and production areas. An epoxy cast floor is available as a screed system but also as a floor coating. The main difference is the thickness of the floor. A casting floor has a thickness of 1.5 mm and a floor coating only has a thickness of 0.5 mm. You can read more about the differences between floor coating and a cast floor in our information centre.
A polyurethane cast floor (or PU cast floor) is less resistant to heavy loads but is more elastic and sound-absorbent. As a result, a PU cast floor is widely used in residential or office premises.
|Features epoxy cast floor||Features polyurethane cast floor|
|Suitable for industrial areas||Suitable for living spaces|
|Resistant to heavy loads||Sound-absorbing|
|Suitable in combination with underfloor heating||Suitable in combination with underfloor heating|
|Completely seamless||Completely seamless|
|Low UV resistance||High UV resistance|
|Available in any RAL colour||Available in any RAL colour|
Do you have any questions about floor systems or would you like a customised quote? Then feel free to contact our customer service team. Our specialists will happily answer your questions and provide you with a free quote to make your project into a success! Feel free to send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or call +31850220090.
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