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Epoxy Flooring Installation

  • stores

  • auto dealers

  • hotels

  • hospitals & medical facilities

  • schools

  • restaurant kitchens

  • walk-in freezers

  • food-processing plants

  • agricultural facilities

  • production floors

  • warehouses

  • religious institutions

  • public restrooms

  • workshops

  • garages

  • retirement homes

  • airports

  • Commercial

  • Industrial


        Epoxy Flooring Installation

     For commercial and industrial settings, nothing beats an epoxy floor for practicality, durability and long-term cost-effectiveness. Epoxy floors come in a wide variety of styles, with varying properties and qualities. Correct installation is the key to making an epoxy floor hold up in a demanding environment, requiring a skilled contractor with proper equipment to complete the job.  Concrete painting is another option for floor coverings.  Our process begins with properly power washing or presure washing the concrete flooring.   We then repair cracks in the concrete.  After the floor is sealed with epoxy we repair or replace expansion joints to properly join two sections of concrete.  Keep in mind Epoxy Flooring is not a VOC Paint.  For more information check out our Low VOC Painting Page.



  Durable: A high-quality epoxy floor will remain solid and usable for a very long time—some are nearly indestructible. Whether you have heavy machinery, temperature variations, caustic chemicals, constant forklift traffic or repeated cleaning, a properly installed epoxy floor will continue to perform.


  leanable: Epoxy flooring creates a non-porous, seamless surface where dirt, mold and bacteria can find no place to hide. Epoxy floors resist staining and can be quickly cleaned with a broom, mop, squeegee, scrub brush or most other normal cleaning devices.


   Safe: Epoxy floors are not naturally slippery, and they can be made even safer with a variety of textured finishes or non-slip coatings. They also promote good health by inhibiting the growth of bacteria, mold and fungi.


   Attractive: With a myriad of color and texture options to choose from, epoxy flooring can be light or dark, variegated or uniform.


  Versatile: When properly installed by a skilled contractor, epoxy floors can cover wood, concrete, VCT, tile, and most other typical industrial and commercial floors. While painting concrete many times there are expansion joints that need to be repaired which we also fix or replace. You can get more information on this Epoxy Flooring Guide below.

Benefits of Epoxy Flooring

   Epoxy Flooring Estimates & Pricing

     (972) 617-2380

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