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Resin flooring services: Overview

As resin flooring contractors who install resin UK wide, Monarch provides many services surrounding the installation of resin flooring systems. This can be an epoxy resin floor, polyaspartic resin or polyurethane systems.

Below is a breakdown of the services we provide relating to the installation of resin flooring to give an insight into the services provided by Monarch. To find out more, click on the individual names to be directed to their pages. 


Industrial Floor Preparation

Shot blasting and/ or diamond grinding are both effective ways to prepare a concrete floor before the application of a resin coating. In some instances, it may be best to first shot blast the floor and then diamond grind depending on the floors current condition…

Floor Jointing

In any flooring installation, care should be taken to ensure correct movement capability of the flooring.​ Floor Jointing through our Monarjoint product provides movement through a newly installed resin floor…

Resin Floor Repairs

Repairing a concrete floor may also be essential before a resin installation 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… 

Resin Skirting

In some instances, a resin coving or skirting will be created when a resin floor is installed. To complete a tanked resin system, a coved resin skirting can be formed to present a sealed wall/floor junction. Usually formed into a metal or plastic trim affixed to the wall… 

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Shot Blasting and Diamond Grinding

Shot blasting and diamond grinding are both forms of industrial floor preparation. They take place before the installation of a new resin floor to properly prepare the substrate. This gives the floor a more textured finish…

Prior to the application of a resin floor, it is appropriate to seek professional help and advice to ensure correct selection of preparation type…  

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. 

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.

Our Resin Flooring Products

Epoxy Resin Floor

manufacturing resin flooring

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. 


Brewery Flooring Bristol

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.

Fast Curing Resin Floor

Fast curing resin

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.