Morrgul News

Business of the Month – Resin FX

Tuesday, 31 March 2020

About Resin FX

Local Indigenous family owned and operated business, Resin FX, is Broome’s leading epoxy flooring specialists, servicing Broome and surrounding areas since 2016. Resin FX founders and brothers, Toby and Elijah, have been involved in Broome’s construction industry for over 20 years and now specialise in epoxy flooring.

Services

Resin FX commonly apply epoxy flooring for:

  • Residential – including garages, kitchen floors, benchtops and splashbacks, bathrooms, bedrooms and swimming pool surrounds and concrete areas.
  • Commercial – food service flooring, retails stores, medical centres, offices, restrooms and automotive facilities.
  • Industrial – factories, kitchens, warehouses and workshops.

Meet Toby and Elijah

These talented brothers were born and raised in Broome. Their father Wayne was a bricklayer and when the boys reached Year 11 and 12 at school, they decided to join their father in the bricklaying trade.

A decline in the building industry led the brothers to research the epoxy flooring industry, and after training and testing they created Resin FX as their new business venture.

Our clients

Resin FX’s customers range from large commercial organisations such as hospitals, to smaller retail settings, right down to a single bedroom, kitchen or garage for a residential client. Resin FX are capable of designing all types of epoxy flooring from bright colours, marble looks or simple functions and elegant non-slip materials to meet your individual or business needs. They are happy to travel for work throughout the Kimberley, Pilbara and beyond.

Contact

You can get in touch with the boys on 0406927327 / 0438947545 or email info@resinfx.com.au

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