Car Park Flooring
Whether you operate a substantial shopping centre, a hotel or residential buildings, car parks will often give visitors their very first impression of your premises. Typically affected by grease, oil, high foot traffic and the elements, ensuring your car park floors represent your business, while ensuring performance and safety, is no mean feat.
Maintaining multi-storey car park floors can be a big challenge, but choosing flooring systems carefully can save a substantial amount on maintenance, time and potential problems in the future. The right car park floor can even save you money over the long term, with polyaspartic and polyurethane options providing impressive longevity compared to alternatives.
Choosing the right surface
At Ecoflor we install a range of attractive car park flooring systems, each carefully developed to offer a range of desirable, industry-leading features including:
- A wide range of stylish colours & finishes
- Easy to clean surfaces
- Resistance to automotive oils
- Crack bridging
- Textured slip- proofing
- Heavy impact resistance
- Tyre squeal noise reduction
- Optional signage & decoration
Both our polyurethane systems (great for protecting against the elements) and polyaspartic options (fantastic for fast, no-smell applications) can include an array of these features, based on your premises’ specific requirements. Ideal for use on exposed decks, internal decks, ramps, walkways and loading bays, these car park coatings are versatile and durable, in a wide range of settings.
Installing your flooring
The Ecoflor experts have installed safety-boosting, durable car park flooring at multi-storeys and parking garages across the UK, complete with bright, stylish finishes, navigational designs and optional safety messages.
With a reputation for delivering projects on time, on budget and precisely to specification, we work closely with clients to understand their needs and to deliver smart solutions, whether your fast-turnaround project calls for a fast cure finish, or your proximity to busy public spaces requires a no-dust installation.