Concrete Epoxy Countertops

National Concrete Polishing suggests that changing something as simple as your counter and bar tops can change your life forever. Countertops are something in which we don’t pay enough attention to and are typically overlooked when renovating your residential or commercial space. These neglected surfaces can make a huge statement for clients and guests. Polished or decorative concrete countertops are ideal surfaces that provide durability and appeal to any artistic taste. You also have the option to create decorative effects on your table, counter and bar tops with a high gloss epoxy finish. Epoxy is an adhesive material that binds to concrete surfaces, which provides you with a colorful and much more valuable substrate, while also protecting your countertop surfaces from scratches and heat damage for clients and guests to appreciate. National Concrete Polishing can also provide protective clear top coats for polished concrete and epoxy countertops to ensure a scratch and UV resistant seamless surface.

What Are Common Applications for Epoxy Countertops

Concrete and epoxy countertops have evolved overtime, especially in commercial environments. The most commonly found applications are in hotels, showrooms, restaurants, retail outlets, industrial and residential garages, warehouses, and institutions like school facilities and hospitals.

 

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Benefits of Decorative Countertops

​By upgrading your concrete countertops with an epoxy coating or polished concrete application you’re ensuring a durable and resistant surface, creating a much safer atmosphere. Upgrading your countertops improves reflectivity, prevents scratches and minimizes the efforts necessary to maintain them. Enhance your surfaces today with a cost effective countertop application that’s sure to add value to your environment while impressing your community.

 
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Benefits Of Epoxy Concrete Countertops

Easy To Clean

Epoxy concrete countertops are easy to clean and difficult to stain since oil and dirt hardly stick to the surface. You may clean it with any good cleaning agent without harming the epoxy, giving you a secure area to prepare meals. However, to avoid getting the yellowing effect in the long run, do not use cleaning agents with harsh chemicals. They are also hygienic since the nonporous surface is impenetrable to water and oil, thereby blocking the growth of germs and mold.

Durable Resin

Epoxy concrete countertops are sealed with a durable resin lasting decades with little maintenance required. They offer a long-lasting and sturdy surface than many conventional materials, including granite, wood, and stone. Its installations are permanent and will continue to work flawlessly for many years.

Appearance 

Epoxy-coated countertops are some of the most gorgeous countertops you will find because they provide a glossy appearance that enhances the look of cheap materials like laminate or damaged wood.

Unlimited Design Potential

With epoxy, your options are endless. Epoxy concrete countertops come in various designs, colors, and styles. They offer you the most significant degree of total customization. Epoxy countertops offer great aesthetics that appear like marble or granite. Epoxy also contributes to a smooth installation since it blends into the surface of the countertops effortlessly.

Heat Resistant

Want to use epoxy concrete countertops in your kitchen with all the heat? You have a green light on that. It can withstand heat up to 500 degrees, so you don’t have to worry about damage from denting.

Eco-friendly and non-toxic 

Epoxy products are nontoxic and suitable for use as countertops once the resin gets dried. But a sound ventilation system must be in place both during application and for a few days afterward. This is because the volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that form the hard surface evaporate.

FAQS:

How Long Do Epoxy Countertops Last? 

Epoxy countertops can last ten years or more when maintained with care and caution.

Can You Put Epoxy On Concrete Countertops?

Yes, you can cover your existing concrete countertops with high-quality 100% solids resin epoxy. Apply Epoxy resin directly to any surface, including concrete, wood, MDF, Formica/laminate, ceramic, tile, and granite.

Do Epoxy Concrete Countertops Scratch Easily?

Epoxy concrete countertops are solid and resistant to scratch, and this helps them keep their glossy appearance without other processes for years after installation.

Do Epoxy Countertops turn Yellow?

Epoxy tops may turn yellow when they become exposed to several factors. These factors include UV rays, extremely high temperatures, harsh chemicals, and excess water.

Can I Customize Epoxy Countertops?

Epoxy is customizable and flexible, and each finished product is a unique work of art. To be in charge of the result, you can select from almost unlimited colors, patterns, pigments, and design options. It is possible to generate a sleek finish to resemble more expensive materials like granite or marble while still adding a distinctive shining finish unique to epoxy.

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Concrete all around the world has long dominated industries, particularly flooring, because of its exceptional durability, zero-maintenance and simply pleasant appearance that concrete delivers.

National Concrete Polishing is fully committed to implementing the newest innovations in flooring solutions for residential, commercial and industrial applications who are seeking to renovate, repair or decorate their concrete surfaces.