If you’re going to invest in a synthetic cast floor, you won’t go for the first design cast floor you come across.
If you’re looking for an unparalleled high-quality floor, the EPI Superbase cast floor is the floor for you.
It’s super strong and comfortable, making it the ideal choice for your home.
Stylish and durable
The EPI Superbase cast floor combines a stylish appearance with proven durability. This floor offers a resilient and seamless solution for both home and business applications. In contrast to the more traditional flooring materials, the Superbase cast floors are extremely warm, comfortable and also easy to maintain.
If you want to develop a solid floor, you often have to compromise on comfort. That’s why we’re extremely proud of the fact that we succeeded in developing a floor which is in addition to being super strong also incredibly comfortable. Our EPI Superbase cast floor is significantly less sensitive to impression than other cast floors on the market. Thanks to this low sensitivity, an EPI cast floor is much more resistant to point load.
Meet our floors
As we produce the floors in our own factory we have extensive knowledge in house to give you tailored advice. Contact us via the form below or call our specialists direct.
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- Can be applied in 3 days
- East maintenance and cleaning
- Suitable for wet rooms
- Can be applied over existing (tile)floors
- very long lifespan
- Suitable as finish over underfloor heating
- Increased crack bridging
- Up to 20 dB contact noise reduction
An EPI Superbase self levelling floor lasts you a lifetime. It is highly wear resistant, even when used in high traffic areas such as hallways. This high-quality floor system doesn’t yellow or discolour due to sunlight. You can choose your colour and expect it to stay that way.
The EPI Superbase self levelling floor is super comfortable. The floor itself feels soft and warm and is – especially when combined with underfloor heating – delightful to live on.
To further increase the comfort, it’s possible to add a membrane to the layers of the floor. This extra layer gives additional noise reduction and ensures that the – already negligible – risk of cracks is further reduced.