Resin Flooring Specialist Contractors

We are specialist contractors in commercial, marine, and industrial poured resin and epoxy resin flooring.

  • UK and European Specialists
  • International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Approved Products
  • Approved Epmar syndeck applicator
  • Addagrip approved contractors
  • Over 15 resin flooring projects completed for the Royal Navy
  • ISO 9001 quality certified

Industries & Applications

Marine Resin Flooring: Yachts & Ships


We have installed poured resin floors on yachts and ships of many different sizes. We have worked on both defence and commercial projects, and installed flooring for boat decks, Galley’s, and washrooms.

Resin flooring solutions are typically used in: wet rooms, toilets, washrooms, medical rooms, galleys, refectories/mess rooms, welfare and fitness areas, and link and passenger corridors.

Using the Epmar Syndeck marine decking system, we have completed over 15 flooring projects for Navy vessels.

Examples of our work include:

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 Below you can find examples of our resin floors, and the projects that we’ve worked on.

Commercial Resin Flooring


Interior Resin Flooring

We have created resin flooring for commercial premises, such as: kitchens, restaurants, and shops. Our floorings are ideal for commercial or industrial environments. We can offer a huge range of colours and finishes, including quartz finishes.

Examples of our work include:

Exterior Resin Flooring

As Addagrip approved contractors, we can fit practical outdoor flooring solutions.  Our Addagrip flooring is loose stone bonded together with polyurethane which makes it extremely strong, but also allows water to pass through. This permeability means planning permission isn’t needed for installation, unlike with other surfaces such as concrete, tarmac, and block paving.

Fredericks Restaurant Islington

Commercial Kitchen Resin Flooring

Moxon’s Fishmongers, Islington

Resin Shopping Flooring

Pearce Butchers Shop, St Austell

Resin Shopping Flooring

Why Resin Flooring?

We are often asked about the benefits of resin flooring. Resin flooring is generally:





Chemically resistant

Non slip



These are just some of the reasons that our customers chose to go for a resin floor solution.

Frequently Asked Questions


How thick is resin flooring?
Resin floor topcoats are usually between 1 and 3 mm thick, however this is only the case when the substrate is sound and ready to receive the resin topcoat. Below the top coats are underlayment layers which can be used to create A0 rated systems, remove undulations of up to 100mm in one application or to create sound proofing barriers between decks/floors.
How long do resin floors take to cure/ go off?
This figure will vary depending on the materials you are using, as a rule of thumb over night for each coating however some coatings will go off in less than 2 hours but there may be restrictions on where you can use them, for example some resins can’t be used in kitchens or galleys others will not withstand steam cleaning etc.
How to clean a resin floor?
Depending on your type of resin floor and levels of Non-skid required, various cleaning techniques can be employed. There is always a trade-off between the level of non-slip required and the amount of effort required in maintaining/cleaning. This in turn needs to be offset against the durability and hygiene benefits when compared to other floor coatings.
Can resin flooring be poured on concrete/ wood/ tiles?
Resin floors can be poured on to most substrates providing the layer to which you are bonding is well adhered, wooden floors would ordinarily require brick laid plywood coverings and fixings every few inches to provide a stable enough platform for the resin.
What finishes are possible with resin flooring?
If you can imagine it then it is possible! Any colour, marbled effect, clear coats over razor blades, 3D images of holes in the ground, company insignia – all have been done.