The Experts in Epoxy Resin Flooring With Over 25 Years Experience

GreenSmart Home of the Year 2015

May 13th, 2016

Sexy Floors laid 100m2 of translucent aluminium epoxy flooring in this award winning property.

Read the magazine article here, The Gold Standard in Green Housing (PDF, ~1MB)

Sexyfloors helps sell homes

April 8th, 2016

Sexy Floors laid 150m2 translucent aluminium epoxy flooring at 59 Paperbark Circuit Moggill Qld 4070

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View the house on realestate.com.au.


Sexy Floors laid 100m2 translucent aluminium epoxy flooring at 3 Hatch Close, Trinity Beach Qld 4879

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View the house on the Kenick Constructions website. The house has won the following awards:

  • They won HIA National GreenSmart Home of the Year 2015
  • HIA National GreenSmart Display Home of the Year 2015
  • Master Builders Regional Best Display home 2015
  • HIA Greensmart Energy Efficiency Award 2015
  • HIA Regional Display Home between $300,001 – $450,000
  • HIA Regional Display Home of the Year 2015
  • HIA North Queensland Display home of the Year 2015
  • HIA North Queensland GreenSmart Energy Efficiency Award 2015

Award winning Sexygreenhomes

October 8th, 2015

CURRENT DISPLAY HOME

Awarded HIA GreenSmart Home of the Year 2015, HIA GreenSmart Display Home of the Year 2015 and Master Builders Best Display home 2015  Award winning affordable Sexyfloors laid Epoxy floors to 100M2  Sexyfloors Phone 07 30108573

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New Sexygreenhomes

May 21st, 2015

Sexyfloors is proud to join with Sexygreenhomes and we are proud to have environmental products.

“Its Sexy being Green”

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Most Popular Sexy Floor Finish

September 3rd, 2014

We’ve laid alot of crazy floors. We’ve also laid alot of conservative floors.

Over the years we’ve laid thousands of floors.  There’s been one finish that is the most popular of them all.  Aluminium. Whether it be a full silver or a transparent finish, customers love the extra shine it brings to the floor.  See for yourself.

Silver Polished Concrete Look Melbourne

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Places to view some of our award winning Sexy Floors in Australia

November 14th, 2013

All our floors are laid on site and are individual designs; accordingly, we have listed below some locations showcasing our floors in high traffic situations. (pictures in gallery right hand side)

Gold Coast

  • Marina Mirage: Christopher Copenhagen Dress shop
  • Shop 133 Marina Mirage – 74 SeaWorld Drive, Main Beach, Gold Coast QLD 4217
  • Translucent Aluminium Finish – laid in 2007

Sunshine Coast

  • Coolum: Caribbean Dreams
  • Check us out on Face Book: Caribbean Dreams Gelati
  • Water Feature Floors – laid in 2009
  • Mooloolaba: Taps Australia Shop 5/6 13 The Esplanade Mooloolaba
  • Bar and Bistro to open in mid Dec 13.
  • Aluminium floor with Taps Logo in entries laid Dec 13

Brisbane

Tenneriffe

  • Tenneriffe Realty Laid 2007 Aluminium Floors
  • 34 Vernon Tce Tenneriffe (located on the ground floor of Historic London Woolstores).
  • See more at: http://www.tenerifferealty.com.au/contact-us

Aspley

  • Watt Realty
  • Suite 1 / Level 1, Aspley Village Shopping Centre – 6 mths old
  • Aluminium finish – laid 2012

Indooroopilly Shopping Centre.

  • Sweets (Food Court area)Laid in March 14 Aluminum swirl finish

Springwood

  • Portal Lexington Road Office spaces
  • Bronze aluminium entries foyers laid 2007

Brisbane

Newstead:

  • Gasworks Newsagency Newstead Laid  Oct 13 polished concrete loot
  • Aegis Media – Gasworks Newstead staff lunch room laid Nov 13: grey epoxy roll coats

Logan:

  • Far Pavillions Bronze floor laid 2007  Logan Mega Centre 3525-3537 Pacific Highway Slacks Creek

North Lakes:

  • NorthLakes  Architect Daniel Jarvis of  Core Architecture thanked Sexy Floors for creating his design flooring for The Lakes College, North Lakes Art Room.

South Brisbane

  • Rouge Hair 100 Melbourne Street
  • Alamarble finish –  laid in 2009

Brisbane City CBD

  • Queens Plaza: 226 Queen St Mall, Brisbane Ground Level
  • MAX & MARA Dress shop laid 2007 ( polished concrete swayde look)
  • ASN Shop
  • B3, 275 George Street Brisbane Qld 4000
  • Alamarble finish – laid 2009
  • Belvedere Bar N Grill
  • 1/39 Hercules Street, Portside Hamilton 4007
  • Polished concrete front counter and inside outside bull logo – laid 2012
  • Stafford: Concepts Unlimited
  • 122 Clifford Street, Stafford
  • Translucent Aluminium Finish – laid 2010
  • Stafford Heights: Don Carbone Developments
  • 69 Wilgarning Street Stafford
  • Copper and Translucent Floor – laid 2011
  • Newmarket: Vinnie’s Cafe and Coffee near Reading Cinema
  • 117/ 400 Newmarket Road, Newmarket
  • Aged green bronze look – laid 2006
  • Camp Hill: Samuel Drive Shopping Centre, Camp Hill
  • 3 stores: Laid in 2009

North Queensland

  • Cairns: Earlville
  • Birch Carroll & Coyle – cairns Earlville cinema – laid 2003 (Holographic floor candy bar area)
  • Townsville
  • Far Pavillions -Bronze Floor laid 2007
  • Domain Central Tenancy C14 103-142 Duckworth St Garbutt
  • Hamilton Island
  • Solis 200 M2 off white matt finish in the bedroom hallway and featured balcony on  Laid 2009.
  • Bundaberg (@bundabergdrinks)
  • Bundaberg Brewed Drinks Tourism Centre – Creek bed and all flooring inside. Laid 2007.
  • Bundaberg Rum – Front entry, Bronze & Copper feature. Laid 2007
  • Rockhampton
  • Rockhampton Library – off white spilt milk look. Laid 2008.
  • 230 Bolsover St, Rockhampton QLD 4700

Sydney International Airport

  • Australian Geographic Shop – (Rustic polished concrete earth look) – Nov 13.
  • www.shop.australiangeographic.com.au

Sydney

  • Sydney: Urban Day Spa
  • Rhodes Shopping Centre, 1 Rider Blvd, Rhodes also at Chatswood Shopping Centre Sydney
  • Aluminium Finish –  6 years old
  • www.urbanspa.com.au
  • Chatswood Shopping Centre: Tigerlilly Swimwear
  • Shop 452, Westfield Chatswood
  • Worn Cement Look finish 3 years old
  • Chatswood Shopping Centre: Surfections
  • Polished Concrete look – 3 years old
  • Manly: Surfections
  • 74-78 The Corso, Manly
  • Polished concrete look – 3 years old
  • Sydney: Culture Kings
  • 420 George Street, Sydney (Below ground level)
  • Alamarble finish – 12 months old
  • Leichhardt: Italian Forum Cultural Centre
  • www.italianforum.com.au
  • The Forum – 21 – 23 Norton Street Leichhardt
  • Off White Marble Finish – 5 years old

Ulladulla

  • Dunn Lewis Bali Bombing Memorial Centre
  • 141 St Vincent’s Street, Ulladulla
  • Creamy White Floor – 4 years

Perth

  • Tigerlly
  • Shop 107, Claremont Perth.
  • 4 years old (worn rustic polished concrete look)
  • Claremont Quarter
  • Bayview Terrace, Claremont
  • Worn look very rustic as the client wanted it to look old and worn – 3 years old
  • Barbeques Galore Primewest Cannington
  • 1490 Albany Highway Cannington WA 6107 – 3 years old
  • Barbeques Galore Midland
  • Showroom 2 – Corner Clayton St / Cowie Close, Midland WA (BBQ Galore tenancy) laid July  2013

Melbourne

  • Christopher Copenhagen Dress Shop: Westfield Shopping Centre Doncaster
  • Shop 1090, Level 1, 619 Doncaster Road, Doncaster VIC 3108
  • Translucent Aluminium – 6 years
  • Melbourne International Airport
  • Beach Culture Australia Shop at the Melbourne International Airport.
  • Aluminium Finish – 3years old
    • Melbourne Central Surfections
    • Polished Concrete Worn Look – 3 years

    AUSTRALIAWIDE DISPLAY HOMES COMING SOON.

    Magazine Features

    Sexy Floors have installed, over many years, our unique floors into hundreds of homes and commercial sites. Customers have nominated us in features for magazines.

    We are thrilled to have our floors featured in such high profile publications.

    Recently featured in two magazines in our latest news on our website.

    • Australian House and Garden January 2013 edition on page 92.
    • Australian Home Beautiful page 107.

    TV Media Exposure

    HAMILTON ISLAND: Solis – to be seen on Foxtel “Australian Sandcastles” – Lifestyle Channel.

    This property features a 200m2 block off white flooring matt finish in master bedroom, featured balcony and hallway.

  • OVERSEAS
  • Doha Qatar – International Bank laid 2009 Tropical blue water features.
  • Auckland NZ Tigerlilly polished concrete worn look laid 2011.

Award Winning Epoxy floors Worldwide Recognition Sexyfloors

November 13th, 2013

Sexyfloors Australia  proudly completed Bundaberg Brewed Drinks Tourism Centre 7 years  gaining World wide recognition of our Environmentally friendly  Epoxy Resin Floors.

PH 1300 789821 or email headoffice@sxyfloors.com.au

Best Brews on the

If you are a commercial business or manufacturer looking for a protective coating for your shop floor, you may be considering whether to use an epoxy floor coating or a polyurethane coating. While epoxy coatings and polyurethane coatings are sometimes talked about interchangeably in online discussion forums, they are two different types of floor coatings with distinctly different properties. Understanding these differences will help ensure you pick the best industrial floor coating for the job at hand.

– See more at: http://www.csscorp.net/resources/epoxy-floor-coatings-polyurethane-coatings/#sthash.4nWCpJgC.OHwTlPk6.dpuf

Epoxy Floor Coatings vs. Polyurethane Coatings

If you are a commercial business or manufacturer looking for a protective coating for your shop floor, you may be considering whether to use an epoxy floor coating or a polyurethane coating. While epoxy coatings and polyurethane coatings are sometimes talked about interchangeably in online discussion forums, they are two different types of floor coatings with distinctly different properties. Understanding these differences will help ensure you pick the best industrial floor coating for the job at hand.

– See more at: http://www.csscorp.net/resources/epoxy-floor-coatings-polyurethane-coatings/#sthash.4nWCpJgC.OHwTlPk6.dpuf

Epoxy Floor Coatings vs. Polyurethane Coatings

If you are a commercial business or manufacturer looking for a protective coating for your shop floor, you may be considering whether to use an epoxy floor coating or a polyurethane coating. While epoxy coatings and polyurethane coatings are sometimes talked about interchangeably in online discussion forums, they are two different types of floor coatings with distinctly different properties. Understanding these differences will help ensure you pick the best industrial floor coating for the job at hand.

Selecting the Best Industrial Floor Coating

Regardless of whether you decide to go with an epoxy coating or a polyurethane coating, you’ll want to be sure the industrial coating you select is a two part floor coating (meaning it is sold in two separate parts that must be mixed together).

Two part floor coatings have a distinct advantage over ambient air cured coating products, in that they offer superior bonding characteristics.  To understand how a two part floor coating works, you first have to look at what is going on at the microscopic level of the floor surface.

Consider the example of an existing aged concrete floor that has been prepped to receive a new epoxy floor coating.  When mixed and applied properly, the epoxy coating seeps into the porous concrete surface about 1/16th of an inch. The chemical reaction caused by mixing the epoxy resin (part 1) with the hardening agent (part 2) results in a curing process that hardens the coating and “welds” it to the concrete floor.

If you were to saw out a 1’x1’ section of a concrete floor coated with a two part epoxy resin, you would see with the naked eye where the floor coating infused itself into the concrete about 1/16th of an inch. This is why two part industrial epoxy coatings work so well.

Keep in mind that while many floor coating paints and products may claim to contain epoxy or polyurethane, if they are not two part products you will not get the best results.  One step epoxy coating and paint products contain the equivalent of pre-cured epoxy, and lack the activating agents needed to form a chemical bond with the substrate. They may make a surface harder, but will not be as durable as a two part floor coating a system.

Epoxy Floor Coatings vs. Polyurethane Coatings

In general, epoxy floor coatings offer better adhesion and chemical resistant properties than polyurethane coatings. Both types of industrial floor coatings are resistant to abrasions and have relatively similar cure times. While polyurethane coatings offer a higher resistance to UV lighting, their softer natures makes them more prone to gouging than epoxy floor coatings.

Because of their superior adhesion, water and chemical resistant properties, and resistance to gouging, epoxy floor coatings are the best choice for coating industrial floors and commercial floors where heavy machinery is in use and durability is a concern.

Construction System Supply’s Eco-Floor industrial epoxy floor coatings are 100% solids and formulated with rubber additives for added impact and wear resistance. These high performance coatings are resistant to alkalis, gasoline and other corrosive substances.

– See more at: http://www.csscorp.net/resources/epoxy-floor-coatings-polyurethane-coatings/#sthash.4nWCpJgC.OHwTlPk6.dpuf

Epoxy Floor Coatings vs. Polyurethane Coatings

If you are a commercial business or manufacturer looking for a protective coating for your shop floor, you may be considering whether to use an epoxy floor coating or a polyurethane coating. While epoxy coatings and polyurethane coatings are sometimes talked about interchangeably in online discussion forums, they are two different types of floor coatings with distinctly different properties. Understanding these differences will help ensure you pick the best industrial floor coating for the job at hand.

Selecting the Best Industrial Floor Coating

Regardless of whether you decide to go with an epoxy coating or a polyurethane coating, you’ll want to be sure the industrial coating you select is a two part floor coating (meaning it is sold in two separate parts that must be mixed together).

Two part floor coatings have a distinct advantage over ambient air cured coating products, in that they offer superior bonding characteristics.  To understand how a two part floor coating works, you first have to look at what is going on at the microscopic level of the floor surface.

Consider the example of an existing aged concrete floor that has been prepped to receive a new epoxy floor coating.  When mixed and applied properly, the epoxy coating seeps into the porous concrete surface about 1/16th of an inch. The chemical reaction caused by mixing the epoxy resin (part 1) with the hardening agent (part 2) results in a curing process that hardens the coating and “welds” it to the concrete floor.

If you were to saw out a 1’x1’ section of a concrete floor coated with a two part epoxy resin, you would see with the naked eye where the floor coating infused itself into the concrete about 1/16th of an inch. This is why two part industrial epoxy coatings work so well.

Keep in mind that while many floor coating paints and products may claim to contain epoxy or polyurethane, if they are not two part products you will not get the best results.  One step epoxy coating and paint products contain the equivalent of pre-cured epoxy, and lack the activating agents needed to form a chemical bond with the substrate. They may make a surface harder, but will not be as durable as a two part floor coating a system.

Epoxy Floor Coatings vs. Polyurethane Coatings

In general, epoxy floor coatings offer better adhesion and chemical resistant properties than polyurethane coatings. Both types of industrial floor coatings are resistant to abrasions and have relatively similar cure times. While polyurethane coatings offer a higher resistance to UV lighting, their softer natures makes them more prone to gouging than epoxy floor coatings.

Because of their superior adhesion, water and chemical resistant properties, and resistance to gouging, epoxy floor coatings are the best choice for coating industrial floors and commercial floors where heavy machinery is in use and durability is a concern.

Construction System Supply’s Eco-Floor industrial epoxy floor coatings are 100% solids and formulated with rubber additives for added impact and wear resistance. These high performance coatings are resistant to alkalis, gasoline and other corrosive substances.

– See more at: http://www.csscorp.net/resources/epoxy-floor-coatings-polyurethane-coatings/#sthash.4nWCpJgC.OHwTlPk6.dpuf

Epoxy Floor Coatings vs. Polyurethane Coatings

If you are a commercial business or manufacturer looking for a protective coating for your shop floor, you may be considering whether to use an epoxy floor coating or a polyurethane coating. While epoxy coatings and polyurethane coatings are sometimes talked about interchangeably in online discussion forums, they are two different types of floor coatings with distinctly different properties. Understanding these differences will help ensure you pick the best industrial floor coating for the job at hand.

Selecting the Best Industrial Floor Coating

Regardless of whether you decide to go with an epoxy coating or a polyurethane coating, you’ll want to be sure the industrial coating you select is a two part floor coating (meaning it is sold in two separate parts that must be mixed together).

Two part floor coatings have a distinct advantage over ambient air cured coating products, in that they offer superior bonding characteristics.  To understand how a two part floor coating works, you first have to look at what is going on at the microscopic level of the floor surface.

Consider the example of an existing aged concrete floor that has been prepped to receive a new epoxy floor coating.  When mixed and applied properly, the epoxy coating seeps into the porous concrete surface about 1/16th of an inch. The chemical reaction caused by mixing the epoxy resin (part 1) with the hardening agent (part 2) results in a curing process that hardens the coating and “welds” it to the concrete floor.

If you were to saw out a 1’x1’ section of a concrete floor coated with a two part epoxy resin, you would see with the naked eye where the floor coating infused itself into the concrete about 1/16th of an inch. This is why two part industrial epoxy coatings work so well.

Keep in mind that while many floor coating paints and products may claim to contain epoxy or polyurethane, if they are not two part products you will not get the best results.  One step epoxy coating and paint products contain the equivalent of pre-cured epoxy, and lack the activating agents needed to form a chemical bond with the substrate. They may make a surface harder, but will not be as durable as a two part floor coating a system.

Epoxy Floor Coatings vs. Polyurethane Coatings

In general, epoxy floor coatings offer better adhesion and chemical resistant properties than polyurethane coatings. Both types of industrial floor coatings are resistant to abrasions and have relatively similar cure times. While polyurethane coatings offer a higher resistance to UV lighting, their softer natures makes them more prone to gouging than epoxy floor coatings.

Because of their superior adhesion, water and chemical resistant properties, and resistance to gouging, epoxy floor coatings are the best choice for coating industrial floors and commercial floors where heavy machinery is in use and durability is a concern.

Construction System Supply’s Eco-Floor industrial epoxy floor coatings are 100% solids and formulated with rubber additives for added impact and wear resistance. These high performance coatings are resistant to alkalis, gasoline and other corrosive substances.

– See more at: http://www.csscorp.net/resources/epoxy-floor-coatings-polyurethane-coatings/#sthash.4nWCpJgC.OHwTlPk6.dpuf

Epoxy Floor Coatings vs. Polyurethane Coatings

If you are a commercial business or manufacturer looking for a protective coating for your shop floor, you may be considering whether to use an epoxy floor coating or a polyurethane coating. While epoxy coatings and polyurethane coatings are sometimes talked about interchangeably in online discussion forums, they are two different types of floor coatings with distinctly different properties. Understanding these differences will help ensure you pick the best industrial floor coating for the job at hand.

Selecting the Best Industrial Floor Coating

Regardless of whether you decide to go with an epoxy coating or a polyurethane coating, you’ll want to be sure the industrial coating you select is a two part floor coating (meaning it is sold in two separate parts that must be mixed together).

Two part floor coatings have a distinct advantage over ambient air cured coating products, in that they offer superior bonding characteristics.  To understand how a two part floor coating works, you first have to look at what is going on at the microscopic level of the floor surface.

Consider the example of an existing aged concrete floor that has been prepped to receive a new epoxy floor coating.  When mixed and applied properly, the epoxy coating seeps into the porous concrete surface about 1/16th of an inch. The chemical reaction caused by mixing the epoxy resin (part 1) with the hardening agent (part 2) results in a curing process that hardens the coating and “welds” it to the concrete floor.

If you were to saw out a 1’x1’ section of a concrete floor coated with a two part epoxy resin, you would see with the naked eye where the floor coating infused itself into the concrete about 1/16th of an inch. This is why two part industrial epoxy coatings work so well.

Keep in mind that while many floor coating paints and products may claim to contain epoxy or polyurethane, if they are not two part products you will not get the best results.  One step epoxy coating and paint products contain the equivalent of pre-cured epoxy, and lack the activating agents needed to form a chemical bond with the substrate. They may make a surface harder, but will not be as durable as a two part floor coating a system.

Epoxy Floor Coatings vs. Polyurethane Coatings

In general, epoxy floor coatings offer better adhesion and chemical resistant properties than polyurethane coatings. Both types of industrial floor coatings are resistant to abrasions and have relatively similar cure times. While polyurethane coatings offer a higher resistance to UV lighting, their softer natures makes them more prone to gouging than epoxy floor coatings.

Because of their superior adhesion, water and chemical resistant properties, and resistance to gouging, epoxy floor coatings are the best choice for coating industrial floors and commercial floors where heavy machinery is in use and durability is a concern.

Construction System Supply’s Eco-Floor industrial epoxy floor coatings are 100% solids and formulated with rubber additives for added impact and wear resistance. These high performance coatings are resistant to alkalis, gasoline and other corrosive substances.

– See more at: http://www.csscorp.net/resources/epoxy-floor-coatings-polyurethane-coatings/#sthash.4nWCpJgC.OHwTlPk6.dpuf

Epoxy Floor Coatings vs. Polyurethane Coatings

If you are a commercial business or manufacturer looking for a protective coating for your shop floor, you may be considering whether to use an epoxy floor coating or a polyurethane coating. While epoxy coatings and polyurethane coatings are sometimes talked about interchangeably in online discussion forums, they are two different types of floor coatings with distinctly different properties. Understanding these differences will help ensure you pick the best industrial floor coating for the job at hand.

Selecting the Best Industrial Floor Coating

Regardless of whether you decide to go with an epoxy coating or a polyurethane coating, you’ll want to be sure the industrial coating you select is a two part floor coating (meaning it is sold in two separate parts that must be mixed together).

Two part floor coatings have a distinct advantage over ambient air cured coating products, in that they offer superior bonding characteristics.  To understand how a two part floor coating works, you first have to look at what is going on at the microscopic level of the floor surface.

Consider the example of an existing aged concrete floor that has been prepped to receive a new epoxy floor coating.  When mixed and applied properly, the epoxy coating seeps into the porous concrete surface about 1/16th of an inch. The chemical reaction caused by mixing the epoxy resin (part 1) with the hardening agent (part 2) results in a curing process that hardens the coating and “welds” it to the concrete floor.

If you were to saw out a 1’x1’ section of a concrete floor coated with a two part epoxy resin, you would see with the naked eye where the floor coating infused itself into the concrete about 1/16th of an inch. This is why two part industrial epoxy coatings work so well.

Keep in mind that while many floor coating paints and products may claim to contain epoxy or polyurethane, if they are not two part products you will not get the best results.  One step epoxy coating and paint products contain the equivalent of pre-cured epoxy, and lack the activating agents needed to form a chemical bond with the substrate. They may make a surface harder, but will not be as durable as a two part floor coating a system.

Epoxy Floor Coatings vs. Polyurethane Coatings

In general, epoxy floor coatings offer better adhesion and chemical resistant properties than polyurethane coatings. Both types of industrial floor coatings are resistant to abrasions and have relatively similar cure times. While polyurethane coatings offer a higher resistance to UV lighting, their softer natures makes them more prone to gouging than epoxy floor coatings.

Because of their superior adhesion, water and chemical resistant properties, and resistance to gouging, epoxy floor coatings are the best choice for coating industrial floors and commercial floors where heavy machinery is in use and durability is a concern.

Construction System Supply’s Eco-Floor industrial epoxy floor coatings are 100% solids and formulated with rubber additives for added impact and wear resistance. These high performance coatings are resistant to alkalis, gasoline and other corrosive substances.

– See more at: http://www.csscorp.net/resources/epoxy-floor-coatings-polyurethane-coatings/#sthash.4nWCpJgC.elsqFknp.dpuf

Award winning Sexyfloors Franchises available

November 6th, 2013
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Award winning epoxy resin floors Domestic, Commercial & industrial floors.

If you can Trowel and prepare a floor  Sexy Floors® can teach you how to do Sexy Floors®Designs  with confidence Australia wide and overseas.

Architects , Designers proud home owners, project managers  love  Sexy Floors®designs  and are lining up to get them.

(Awards and Magazine, TV exposure)

Franchises available Australiawide

Contact us on 1300 789821 or email robyn@sxyfloors.com.au

 

Award winning Designer epoxy flooring Art flooring Domestic, Commerical, industrial

November 3rd, 2013

Award winning floors help create your own flooring and #priceless art work.

PH 1300 789821 or headoffice@sxyfloors.com.au www.sexyfloors.com.au

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Award winning Sexy Floors & Sexy Homes Saving Money for customers

October 14th, 2013

As small bus owners we have pulled back for years saving money for our customers.

Award winning epoxy floors PH 1300 789821 or email headoffice@sxyfloors.com.au www.aaasexyfloors.com.au