Although these are difficult times, Monarch are still open for new resin flooring enquiries. Our Contracting teams are continuing to work throughout this period on key installations. Whilst our Offices are temporarily closed, as we follow government guidelines, our management, accounting and marketing departments are still available remotely to service your resin flooring requirements. For ways to get in touch please visit our contact page. We will update any changes via our social media and website.
Resin Flooring contractors based in Derbyshire, Lancashire and Yorkshire. Monarch installs resin flooring systems for the industrial and commercial sector as well as domestic garages. This includes epoxy resin flooring, non-slip systems and heavy-duty resin floors. We are specialist applicators of resin for the warehouses, factories and the manufacturing sector installing durable flooring solutions and resin line marking. Our Monargrip system is used widely in the automotive sector providing a durable and slip resistant flooring solution. For the food & drink sector, we design brewery flooring, install ‘food safe’ resin systems and hygienic resin flooring for commercial kitchens. We also install decorative flake finish flooring systems which are hugely popular in the commercial sector as well as domestic garages. Monarch has been installing advanced resin flooring systems for over thirty years and bring all that knowledge to each project we take on.
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As epoxy resin flooring contractors, we install a wide range of epoxy floor systems throughout the UK. Epoxy resin is used as a high build, non-slip and tough resin flooring system.
Ideal for industrial settings including factories and warehouses. It has certain levels of chemical resistance, can have anti-slip properties, has decorative options and provides a seamless, smooth finish to a floor.
Polyurethane flooring provides high chemical resistance and a heavy-duty finish. It can also be a food-grade or ‘food safe’ product which means it has unique applications in the food and drink sector.
You will mainly find this type of floor in a food and drink factory or brewery due to its hygienic properties. You will also find polyurethane flooring in industrial settings as a heavy-duty floor coating.
An example of fast curing resin is polyaspartic. It is mainly installed in areas which are in high use and would not be able to wait long periods of time to be used. For example, busy factories which have short shut down periods.
If installed in the correct conditions, a fast curing resin flooring will be ready for light traffic a few hours after the final coat is applied. As a result, a busy factory would be able to continue as normal without disturbance.
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Factory flooring is one of the main installation services which we provide. Due to how busy a factory can be, the flooring needs to be hard-wearing against day to day use. It may also
Monarch are epoxy resin flooring contractors who work throughout the UK. We mainly install our epoxy resin floors within an industrial setting. This includes factory flooring and solutions for the manufacturing sector. On this
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In 1987, Alan Dawes started Monarch and moved into the first office on Archer Road in Sheffield. Three generations later and four more locations, the company continues to install advanced resin flooring systems throughout the UK. Including epoxy resin flooring, polyurethane and polyaspartic systems. Our main office is in Dronfield, Derbyshire. Here you can speak to a member of our team for free technical advice and view samples of the floor we install. We also offer free site visits to your location – call now to book an appointment with a member of our team 01246 412 222
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