Quality Epoxy Flooring Services
Epoxy flooring is one of the most versatile flooring systems on the market today. These concrete coatings can be seen everywhere, from residential to commercial to industrial environments. With a myriad of benefits and endless customization options, epoxy flooring can meet all your functional and design needs! Our company offers the installation of various epoxy flooring styles in all of these environments! Our team has all the skills and expertise needed to provide you with the business’s highest quality epoxy floors.
The Benefits of Epoxy Flooring
Durability: Epoxy flooring is a highly durable flooring system that can handle a lot of wear and tear. These floors can stand up to various impacts, abrasions, and frequent foot and vehicle traffic.
Resistance: These concrete coatings can resist various chemicals, including oil, grease, and gas, without the fear of staining or damage. Not to mention, these floors can even repel water!
Longevity: Epoxy floor coatings are designed to last for decades without needing significant repairs or full replacement. When properly installed and maintained, an epoxy floor can last for 25 years or more!
Customization: There is an unlimited variety of colors, patterns, and textures to make your epoxy floor your own. No matter if it’s your home or business, there’s an epoxy floor coating that will meet your design needs!
The Types of Epoxy Flooring & Where to Install
We offer the installation of several types of epoxy flooring. No matter if you’re looking for a quality residential, commercial, or industrial floor, we’ve got you covered. We have a style to meet all your performance and appearance needs with standard epoxy, metallic epoxy, and decorative flake epoxy. Our team has the knowledge and the equipment to install this durable concrete coating in a wide variety of locations, from homes to businesses. We can do it all! Below, we’ll cover the various epoxy styles that we offer and some of the best places to use them!
Standard Epoxy Flooring
Standard epoxy flooring is our most basic epoxy flooring style. This flooring system can be completely customized with a broad range of colors, patterns, and textures. Standard epoxy is the best way to get all the incredible benefits of epoxy flooring without emptying your wallet! Whether you want a single-color, solid design or a multi-toned geometric pattern that will make our floor stand out from the crowd, there’s always an option when you choose standard epoxy flooring.
Metallic Epoxy Flooring
Metallic epoxy flooring is a one-of-a-kind epoxy flooring system that offers unique customization options! These floor coatings are made by adding metallic pigments to the epoxy resin during the mixing process. These pigments give the floor a shimmering appearance that can be manipulated to form fantastic patterns that can’t be duplicated. Metallic epoxy flooring can create swirling patterns and designs that mimic scenes from nature, such as boiling lava, forest floors, and rippling oceans.
Decorative Flake Epoxy Flooring
Decorative flake epoxy flooring is the ideal option if you want to add some skid-resistance to your floor. These concrete coatings are made by layering acrylic chips over the epoxy primer and finishing it with a thin, clear epoxy topcoat. The decorative flakes come in a wide variety of colors, shapes, and sizes, ranging from 1/16 inches to 1 inch. They can also be broadcast at various densities to meet your design needs. The base epoxy coat can be practically any color to complement the multiple colors of acrylic chips.
If you’re looking for a flooring solution that can make your home stand out from the crowd, epoxy flooring is the perfect solution! From garages to kitchens to basements, epoxy flooring can meet all of your design and performance needs. These floors can be customized to complement the decor in your home, make the ideal work environment for your garage, and even be customized for the perfect basement hangout spot! No matter what your plans are for your house, we have an epoxy flooring system for you!
Commercial businesses see some of the most foot traffic of any building. These locations will experience wear and tear every day and need a floor that can meet these needs. Epoxy flooring can do that and more! With the limitless customization options available, we can help you design the best flooring solution for your business. Whether you need a durable floor for your retail store, an attractive floor for your hotel, or an easy-to-clean floor for a hospital, we’ve got you covered!
Industrial facilities are some of the most demanding environments out there. These environments are regularly exposed to impacts, abrasions, heavy equipment, and foot traffic that will quickly wear down any conventional flooring system. Epoxy flooring will withstand these demands and more without sustaining damage in the process. These floor coatings can be fully customized to increase the safety in your facility too. We can color-code areas around your industrial building to designate safe walking areas, forklift paths, and restricted areas.
Maintaining Epoxy Floors
The maintenance of epoxy flooring is a simple and easy process that can save you time and money. These flooring systems don’t require any labor-intensive maintenance routines or expensive cleaning products like many other flooring systems. All you need for your epoxy flooring maintenance is a quality broom or dust mop, wet mop, mop bucket, and a pH-neutral cleaner. Sweep or dust mop daily, wet mop weekly, and spot mop as needed to keep your floors clean. By following this straightforward maintenance regimen, your floors will last a lifetime!
Epoxy Flooring Costs
Determining the cost of an epoxy floor depends on several factors. The size of your space, the style of epoxy, and the complexity of the patterns all affect the final cost. In most cases, the larger you floor, the less the final price will be. On average, an epoxy floor will cost $3 to $7 per square foot. If you choose metallic or decorative flake epoxy flooring, the price will typically be around $7 to $12 per square foot.