Resin Floor Patch Repair – How It Works

Damage to commercial or industrial floors is to be expected. This can be from impact damage from hard wheels, pallet trucks, racking, or even just heavy foot traffic.

Overall, resin floors take quite a beating.

Although resin floors take the brunt, it is still stronger than having just concrete, read our blog to learn why.

Repairing a resin floor has never been easier and in most cases, it is the most cost-effective way to repair the damage instead of having to replace the entire floor.

Surface Systems can carry out all types of floor repairs epoxy, methyl methacrylate (MMA), polyurethane (PU), or a combination of these throughout the UK in commercial or and industrial settings.

Minor damaged areas, if not dealt with as soon as possible, can lead to more serious problems in the future. 

If the damage to the resin floor is significant, the concrete underneath may also need to be repaired, as any larger holes will become apparent once the resin is installed.

For straightforward patch repairs, it may be more cost-effective for your own in-house team to repair minor damage to the floor surface.

Surface Systems can supply resin patch repair materials in various quantities that are easy to use and apply. Just contact us on 01803 868680 for more information.

If the flooring has a larger area that needs fixing, let us know and we will take all steps to ensure that the finished resin is high quality and has a smooth and seamless appearance. Having a perfect resin floor means it is easy to clean, doesn’t attract dust or dirt, and has an attractive finish.

It’s important to remember that all commercial and industrial floors are different and may have been installed using other original installer, we are able to provide solutions even if we did not do the original flooring.

The process for repairing an epoxy resin coated flooring is as follows:

  • Damaged area of floor identified
  • Area of damage broken out and removed
  • Repair carried out using the most appropriate repair material.
  • Final resin coat applied to surface.

Noticed a crack or damage in your resin-coated flooring? Need a flooring solution or more information on the different types of resin flooring we use?

Check out the “Systems” section of our website or look through our case studies.

Alternatively, please call us on 01803 868680 or email and our technical experts will be happy to assist you.

We look forward to working with you.

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