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Why our floors are your solution

Epoxy Fusion

An epoxy colour or clear is applied to the surface, followed by one or several reflective colours.
When multiple colours are used, they are blended together to achieve a decorative finish. Usually swirly patterns or a marble effect is created.

Flake Flooring

A base coat (usually white, unless specified) is applied to the concrete. Next, a layer of colour chip (or flake) is applied and then coating with an anti graffiti, UV stable, reduced slip clear.

Solid Colour

A single colour is applied to the surface, usually in an epoxy and polyurethane, two- coat system.


The application of non-slip flooring depends on the situation. For example, in certain wet areas, ramps and public places, Australian Standards apply and must be followed.

Our product has been tested for all situations and certificates are available for OH&S and architectural requirements, and legal responsibilities.

Concrete Repair

We repair all types of concrete damage including minor cracks, major expansion joints, and damaged concrete from wear or mechanical destruction. All concrete can be repaired with a range of products and our expertise.

Self-level Cement

A self-leveling cement based product is applied to uneven or brittle surfaces. It is commonly used when coating over tiled floors, as the coating conceals the grout lines.

Self-level Epoxy and Polyurethane

Self-level epoxy and polyurethane coating achieves an exceptional bond to the sub-straight. It is renowned for its durability and creates a hard coating that creates a completely flat working surface. The epoxy flooring can be anywhere between 2mm thick to 8-10 mm thick. It is considered the best flooring money can buy, and achieves a completely flat working surface.

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