At Custom Stone Resurfacing, we are aware of the advantages of an epoxy pebble stone system. But if you are on the fence about adding one to your pool area, driveway or other outdoor space, here are a few of the pros and cons to consider.
Probably one of the greatest advantages to an epoxy flooring is its durability. A professionally installed epoxy floor can last decades! You can save yourself the disruption of having to replace your outdoor flooring every few years by switching to an epoxy solution.
Like we touched on, an epoxy floor needs to be installed properly. If it is not, it will not last nearly if it should and could potentially create mold problems and more. If you do decide to go with an epoxy floor, make sure to call a trusted professional like Custom Stone Resurfacing to reap all the benefits.
Because flooring outside will be left to the elements, it makes sense that many homeowners do not want to spend a fortune on it. The good news is that epoxy is both durable and affordable. So, you can spend your hard-earned money on fun things like smokers and pool accessories instead.
Like all things, epoxy flooring will still require some sort of maintenance. One of the few larger downsides to epoxy is that once the seal is broken, cracks may occur, and you may need to replace large chunks of flooring. To combat this issue, it is best to keep blunt, heavy objects from falling onto your epoxy.
Epoxy is like a hard shell. Because of this, many people choose this type of flooring for pool areas because it is waterproof. You do not need to worry about the quality of an epoxy floor declining once it is wet like you do with other flooring. Rain and spills are no match for epoxy.
For many, the pros far outweigh the cons when it comes to epoxy. If you are convinced that it is time to upgrade the flooring outside your home, do not hesitate to give us a call today!
By Custom Stone Resurfacing | 7-2-2020