Leisure and Sports Facilities
Where Form Meets Function
Epoxy & Resin Flooring for Leisure and Sports Facilities
Ascoat is a market leader in the design, application, and maintenance of epoxy and resin flooring for leisure and sporting facilities. We bring extensive experience in resin flooring technology, delivering tough, hardwearing surfaces with attractive decorative features to protect and enhance your spaces.
Resin Floors for Recreational Facilities
From gyms and pool decks to public change rooms and bathrooms, our team of experts provide reliable advice and a proven approach to selecting the right system, texture and finish so you get the best result on time, every time.
Durable & Attractive Resin Coatings
Protect Your People and Minimise Risk
Our flooring is designed to meet the unique demands of wet areas and sports facilities by providing:
Flooring for Commercial & Industrial Facilities
See our portfolio of high-quality commercial and industrial flooring projects that we have completed for leading Australian businesses. From luxury car workshops and pharmaceutical laboratories to electronics manufacturing facilities, we deliver trusted advice, expert application and compliant outcomes for epoxy, resin and ESD flooring.
Why Choose Us?
Leisure & Sporting Facilities Flooring FAQs
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Choose a seamless finish that combines chemical-resistance, decorative elements, and is designed to withstand the daily challenges of aquatic and leisure environments from UV, chlorine exposure, high traffic and moisture. Critically, it must also fulfil the slip resistance criteria dictated by the industry standard AS 4663.
Rapid curing systems based on Methyl Methacrylate (MMA), or Polyaspartic technology are available to address minimising downtime and a rapid return to service.
Ascoat has developed fully compliant AS 4654.1 and AS 4858 coating system that can address any certified waterproofing requirements. The system is a hybrid system utilising an acrylic waterproof membrane layer.
Colours can be almost infinite. However, when choosing a solid colour, Ascoat recommend using either an Australian Standard 2700 colour or other global standard colour like RAL (European Standard) to ensure straightforward colour matching for any future works. Other possible finishes include coloured quartz type finishes or ever popular vinyl flake combinations that can reflect or match the adjoining colour finishes of the facility.