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Why Choose a Seamless Resin Floor?

Updated: Oct 12, 2021

To start off with, let’s explore what a seamless floor is!

According to Merriam-Webster, seamless refers to the movement from one thing to another without any interruption or issues.

The results are quite perfect. When you factor the term with flooring, it makes sense for designers and homeowners to want a seamless floor for their projects. Seams and grout lines can be a long-term health and maintenance issue. This is due to the fact that grout lines, which are commonly found in flooring types like vinyl and tile, accumulate dirt particles over time. Why wouldn’t you want a floor that flows effortlessly throughout the room?

Seamless resin flooring is now becoming a popular choice for contemporary design schemes. Resin floors can be made to look similar to a concrete floor, or can consist of aggregates to create a bespoke finish. It also offers plenty of room for experimenting with colour and texture. Satin or matte, bright or neutral, you can achieve a variety of looks with resin.

The biggest factor in selecting a resin floor is its practicality: stain and dirt resistant, this is a great option for high traffic areas. It's also hypoallergenic and a great replacement for carpeted floors. Even better, resin works with all types of underfloor heating.

What is Resin and What are Its Benefits?

Resin flooring varies according to the manufacturer, but is made from synthetic materials such as polyurethane or epoxy resins, or, in some cases, natural materials. Resin flooring is hand applied by trowel on site for the perfect finish.

It is waterproof and hygienic, as well as anti-slip and low-maintenance, and can be used with most types of underfloor heating. Additionally, resin adopts the given room’s ambient temperature, which makes it warm in the winter and cool during summer.

It can be installed on almost any stable substrate, provided that it is free of movement and moisture.

The colour possibilities for resin are endless, and flooring can be found in every shade in the RAL and NCS colour charts.

What Types of Resin Flooring Do We Offer at Natural Stone Carpets?

Commonly referred to as either Natural Stone Carpet or Quartz Carpet.

Our Quartz Collection is composed of individual 2-3mm natural river quartz granules sourced from riverbeds throughout Europe. Each stone goes through a rigorous screening and quality control process, ensuring that only the finest are used in your floor.

Although these quartz granules often have a beautiful natural colour, we have developed a process for dying each individual granule in any colour from our palette of over 200 shades. These shades can also be combined for infinite possibilities.

During the installation process, our master craftsmen mix your quartz granules with an epoxy resin for a smooth and seamless finish, while our final sealing process ensures that your floor will be extremely low maintenance.

And thanks to the ambient air that lodges between each granule, your new natural stone carpet will always feel warm and comfortable.

Commonly referred to as Marble Stone Carpet

Our Marble Collection is made with marble sourced from the foothills of the Alps in Northern Italy. We select only the most exceptional pieces of marble which are then ground down to a suitable size before being polished smooth.

Our marble comes in 20 natural shades, that can be combined to your tastes, the possibilities are endless.

Once you have chosen your colour, our master craftsmen will mix your marble pieces with an epoxy resin to create that seamless finish that only a natural stone carpet provides.

The final sealing process traps ambient air between the marble granules making your marble carpet both warm and comfortable. This process also ensures that your new floor will require very little maintenance.

Commonly referred to as liquid vinyl or gietvloer.

Our liquid floors have become extremely popular with domestic clients who are looking for a minimalist finish that complements contemporary decor.

Composed entirely of plant oils, the liquid floor collection is 100% organic and 100% UV stable. It’s even found to reduce noise as it absorbs sound.

Smooth and non-absorbent, this type of floor has surprising non-slip properties making it the ideal choice for both the home and commercial properties.

In fact, floors in the liquid floor collection are so adaptable that they can be installed in virtually any space.

Commonly referred to as Microtopping or Microcement

Our concrete look collection has become increasingly popular in interior design as homeowners look for an alternative to tiling in spaces such as bathrooms, wetrooms, and kitchens.

The concrete look is a trowelled finish that gives a polished concrete look without the need to pour significant amounts of concrete.

Thanks to a protective coating of polyurethane this look is 100% waterproof and has a highly scratch-resistant matt or silk finish. This also means that it requires very little maintenance.

This finish is available in any RAL colour and can be laid directly over existing tiles or an existing concrete subfloor. This makes it an ideal option for wetrooms with matching walls and floors.

What are The Benefits of Using Seamless Resin Flooring?

The great thing about a seamless resin floor is that it can be installed anywhere. It adds value to domestic, commercial and industrial settings. In addition to its widespread use, it can provide extensive design flexibility where different shapes and colors can add a unique look that space calls for. A homeowner or designer can achieve beautiful results.

Other benefits include:

  • Easy to clean

  • Higher performance features such as chemical resistance and strength against impact

  • Reduce of indoor noise

  • Safer surface to walk on

  • Can incorporate renewable materials

Where Can You Use Resin Flooring?

You can use resin flooring in any room in the house, and although it may seem like they are only appropriate for modern homes, the variation of colours and textures makes them suitable and practical in any home.

Kitchen flooring

Dining room flooring

Garden flooring

Bedroom flooring

Virtually any room in the home.

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