Resin Floor Repairs


  • Waterproof
  • Cost-effective
  • Sets stronger than concrete
  • Durable
  • Chemical resistance
  • Can be used inside and outside
  • Easy to clean
  • Isolating a repair creates less disruption in busy environments
  • Repairing a floor can mean the whole floor will not need to be replaced

Key Points

  • Monarch conducts free site surveyrs across the UK and give our personal recommendation on how best to repair a floor using resin
  • We use resin to repair concrete floors which have worn over time creating cracks, holes and uneven surfaces
  • Epoxy mortar can be used to repair larger holes in a floor
  • Finished flooring system will be a seamless, easy to clean and durable resin surface
  • We can also use resin to repair an existing resin floor which need improvement or updating
  • If the floor can't be repaired, we would be happy to give a free quote to install a new resin floor system

What are resin floor repairs?

Resin floor repairs are a cost effective way of repairing an existing concrete or resin surface using resin or an epoxy mortar. In instances where an existing concrete floor has become damaged it can create a number of health and safety problems within the industries. Sometimes the most cost-effective way is to repair the damage rather than replacing the entire floor. We conduct epoxy floor repairs throughout the UK in commercial and industrial settings. 

Repairing a concrete floor may also be essential before a new resin floor is installed as any major holes would be apparent once the resin is being installed. Repairing the floor professionally before installation is vital and can make a great difference in the finished resin. This can be achieved by repairing any larger holes, adding a screed and or grinding the floor using a diamond grinder.

These steps are taken to ensure that the finished resin system has a smooth, seamless appearance. A seamlessness resin floor has advantages, such as being easy-to-clean, not attracting dust/dirt and having an attractive finish. The resin floor will still have its usual advantages of being stronger than concrete, customisable and having chemical and slip resistant properties.

The main types of repairs which are achieved using a resin are concrete hole repair, resurfacing/screeding and cracks/joint repairs. Each of these types of floor repairs has different installation methods and should be researched properly before a suitable repair method is chosen. Monarch gives free technical advice and site surveys to help you decide whats best for your damaged floor. 

Concrete repairs using resin

When a concrete floor becomes damaged, it can be most cost-effective to repair the damaged part of the floor rather than replacing it. Epoxy resin repairs can be used as an exterior or interior floor and create a hard wearing end product without having to replace a large area of the floor.

Once repairs are cured, they have a granite-hard structure which is stronger than the concrete it replaced.

Primarily you would see a concrete floor repair in industrial environments. This is because the finished product can have high chemical resistance and can ready for heavy traffic between 8-12 hours of cure time.


In instances where the damage to a concrete floor is extensive and spreads throughout the floor. A self-levelling floor repair may be the better option. This flooring system is poured over an existing concrete floor to create a smooth surface. The self-levelling resin will give a concrete floor a fresh look by levelling areas which are scuffed, chipped, scratched and marked.

An industrial floor screed can provide a heavy duty solution to cover a wide variety of application. A screed will cover the entire floor to smooth out the appearance of scratches and patches of damaged floor. It has slip resistant and chemical resistant properties. Screeds can upgrade the worst of floors to create a safe and hygienic working environment as an effective working surface.

Cracks and Joint Repair

Concrete floors are designed to be hard wearing for shortened periods of time, but concrete as a compound is not a flexible material. This lack of flexibility means that it is prone to cracks as the floor is unable to move. A resin flooring system does not have these issues but can help prevent them with the aid of floor jointing. Cracks can also appear due to shrinkage which may occur in the concrete.

Cracks can be repaired using a grouting gun and specially formed resin materials. This seals the cracks in the floor creating a smooth surface. As a result, the health and safety of the floor are restored in a short period of time.

Epoxy Crack Repair is ideal for cracks up to 2cm deep. Repairing small concrete cracks can be hugely cost-effective in the long run as over time cracks will expand and cause the concrete around them to weaken and possibly become dangerous.

Resin jointing allows the concrete structure to move without deforming the joint and surrounding nosing. Resin joints are harder than mastic/silicon jointing types.

Final Thoughts

In conclusion, when dealing with repairs of concrete, it is clear resin is the most cost-effective and durable substance to use. Furthermore, if you have scuffs, scratches and scrapes which need covering, an epoxy self-levelling screed may be the best option. For larger holes, a resin grout or mortar would be the best aid. For cracks in concrete, an epoxy resin applied through a grouting gun can seal the cracks. This makes them waterproof and stops them from getting bigger or creating a work hazard.

There is much to consider when repairing an existing concrete floor. If you need any more free technical advice or a no-obligation quote. Please use our contact form below or visit our contact page for other ways to get in touch.

Monarch is based in Sheffield, Dronfield, South Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, Greater Manchester and Halifax. We install resin flooring throughout the UK and have 30 years experience in our trade.

Furthermore, if you would like to get in touch with Monarch you can use the contact form below. For more ways to get in touch, you can visit our contact page or visit us at our Dronfield office.