How is the installation process different for single application epoxy and stone aggregate flooring?

The unique properties of a single application epoxy and quartz aggregate floor provide advantages over comparable and traditional flooring products. JetRock flooring was designed for ...

FAQ: How quickly can operations resume following an epoxy floor application?

Following a JetRock floor application and cure time (6-8 hours), the equipment can be moved back. The JetRock product is uniquely formulated to be installed and completely cured quickly allowing ...

FAQ: Do I have to move the equipment for a flooring renovation?

We highly recommend moving the equipment. JetRock® is designed for application from wall to wall for optimal viability. We understand that this is not always possible and have gone around ...

How to prepare a vinyl floor for an epoxy floor installation

In most cases, we see vinyl flooring that is old, outdated and failing miserably. Whether this is from the materials used, the wear it has endured, the care it has received, or simply it's age, ...

How to prepare an existing quarry tile floor for epoxy floor installation

The JetRock flooring system was designed for installation directly over existing quarry tile. Feature Flooring’s preparation and installation techniques have been perfected over twenty-five years ...

FAQ: How long does a JetRock epoxy & quartz aggregate floor take to install?

This is entirely situational and depends on the size and scope of the project. For large spaces without an ability to shut down, we complete work in phases. We specialize in fast installations ...

How to properly prepare a floor for a JetRock epoxy floor installation

 

How to prepare for epoxy and quartz aggregate cove base installation

A JetRock® cove base is the material that runs up the base of the wall 4-, 6-, or 8-inches depending on the customer’s preference. This part of the JetRock® system provides the seamless and ...

FAQ: How much does a seamless epoxy & quartz aggregate floor cost?

The cost depends on the unique characteristics of each space such as timing, type of existing materials, the condition of floors, accessibility, amount of material needed and more. We are always ...

Single Application vs. Broadcast Epoxy Floors: Which is better and why?

The difference between these two types of flooring is primarily the way in which they are installed as well as the types of material used. These attributes affect the overall performance of the ...