Pec Floors


Both Epoxy Flooring and Polished Concrete are durable and can withstand a lot of traffic compared to other conventional floors. With that being said, it is important to mention that with polished concrete you get a smooth shiny surface which doesn’t peel so you don’t have to worry about furniture legs damaging its surface or hard shoes e.g. heels scratching it. Whereas on the other hand, Epoxy Flooring can withstand chemical spills as it is water and slip resistant but might be prone to some scratches as compared to polished concrete.

Although concrete floors, like other flooring solutions, resist stains but it is always good to wipe them off immediately or you risk staining them. As such minimal periodic maintenance is required to keep it looking fresh and new for years.

Investing in Polished Concrete flooring is highly recommended as it is very strong and highly durable. With it, you don’t have to worry about scratching or peeling your floor with furniture legs or high heels etc. Moreover, concrete floors only require periodic maintenance to keep them looking fresh and new for years.

In general, concrete floors are budget-friendly but it all depends on the design and style that you are opting for. For example, if you are looking for a fancy design then a concrete floor may be a little more expensive than an economical wooden floor. 

Yes, both new and old concrete floors can be polished. However if the floor is new and recently installed, we’d suggest to hold off the polishing for at least 28 days to ensure adequate curing. Both wet and dry methods can be used when polishing concrete floors and it’s quite similar to sanding wood. 

If installed professionally in a light traffic area e.g. residential area, it could last up to 30 years. In a commercial setting with heavy traffic, it could last up to 20 years.

Yes, epoxy flooring is a good choice because it is one of the safest and the most durable flooring materials. Moreover, it’s shock and slip-resistant. Also, If you ever spill any chemical on these floors, you won’t have to worry about any permanent damage as long as you address the issue right away and wipe the chemical off. 

When it comes to slip-resistance, epoxy floors are the best choice as after installation another topcoat may be applied to make it slip-resistant. However, if the non slip additive topcoat isn’t applied on an epoxy floor, you can experience some slipperiness especially with oil or water spills. 


Still not sure which one is right for you? Give us a call and we would be happy to address all your concerns!