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Why Epoxy Floor Paint Works Best for Your Particular Needs


For home and business owners, protecting your property means more than just retaining its aesthetic appeal, it means protecting its value if you should decide to sell it. Even if you have no plans to sell, the property will belong to someone else someday, so it’s in your best interest to maintain the overall value. One simple, effective way to retain the appearance and integrity of your concrete flooring is by using epoxy floor paint.

What is Epoxy Floor Paint?

Floor paint is similar in some ways to the paint you place on your walls, but because it must handle floor traffic from people, items, and even vehicles, it is made with resilient epoxy that provides substantial strength and durability.

Most epoxy paints contain polyurethane, a substance that is derived from oil and is quite strong, durable, and flexible. Floor paints made with polyurethane hold up year after year when applied to the floors of garages, loading areas, auto shops, warehouses, storage and manufacturing facilities.
The paint itself is applied wet and when it dries, the epoxy hardens into a tough, durable substance that not only resists foot traffic, but also the heat generated from the tires of vehicles. This means that you have great flexibility in how the paint is used since it will hold up under normal conditions for a long time. Plus, you can choose from a wide variety of colors and even apply texture so that the paint has more grip which helps prevent slips and falls.

The Dangers of Traditional Epoxy
With all the advantages of epoxy floor paint, there is one downside to the traditional versions. Polyurethane contains volatile organic compounds (VOCs) which can damage the lungs and cause illness over time. Until recently, it was believed that the VOCs inside the polyurethane were only released when the epoxy was wet. However, studies have demonstrated that even when dry, the paint will release VOCs in smaller amounts into the indoor air.

This means that the VOCs can start to fill your indoor environment and over time present health issues to those who live or work inside. For home and business owners who want to protect their families and employees, there are green alternatives that work.

Green Alternatives
Green versions of epoxy either glean or replace the VOCs found in polyurethane which greatly reduce the dangers of exposure. This means that far fewer VOCs are released into the indoor environment and regular ventilation will help to reduce the risk of exposure to an even greater degree.  
If you are looking for epoxy floor paint that contains environmentally-friendly ingredients and poses no danger to those living or working inside, then Green Polyurethane by Hybrid Coating Technologies can solve your problems. Green Polyurethane offers a strong, durable product that contains few, if any VOCs thanks to using alternative materials that provide the strength of polyurethane without the dangers to the health of those inside. If you are considering a green form of epoxy floor paint, contact the experts at HCT here at this link HERE.  


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