Epoxy Flooring

Industrial Epoxy Flooring


 

Industrial Strength Epoxy Flooring

 

Coating technology has came a long way in the past few decades. This is especially true with the floor coating industry. Epoxy flooring is a very durable option for garages and interior floors when installed correctly.

We use only the best epoxy on our projects rated for industrial settings. The reason we use industrial grade epoxy is to ensure that your floor will hold up to extreme wear and tear. We truly want your floors & investment to last as long as possible.

Your floor can be exposed to hot tires, household chemicals, solvents, grease, oil, brake fluid, even battery acid!


 

 

Epoxy Flooring Materials We Use

Tile Clad High Solids

Tile Clad High Solids

Sherwin William’s has designed extremely durable two part epoxy flooring systems specifically formulated to withstand the most demanding environments.

Tile Clad HS creates a seamless finish that is easily cleaned and is a good choice for the money.

Another epoxy flooring product that Sherwin William’s manufactures is Armor Seal. This is their most durable line of epoxy for concrete surfaces that require maximum resistance to chemicals, abrasion, peeling, and vehicle traffic.

Both options require the surface to be mechanically ground or acid etched prior to placement. Both of Sherwin William’s products are solvent based and lose some thickness as the coating drys.

 

If you need a 100% solids epoxy installed we are happy to install one of the industry leaders of decorative concrete floor coatings, Elite Crete Systems.

 

 


 

FAQ About Epoxy Flooring

 

How much does it cost?

That really depends on the overall size of your project and the amount of surface prep that is needed. If the surface is clean with no cracks or pits and requires minimal surface prep plan on spending $1.10-$2.20 psf. Please note that each job is different so pricing may vary based on overall surface prep, products used, and the size of the area. 

 

How long will it last? 

Being that this is rated as an industrial material it should last a very long time in a residential setting. Plan on getting 15-20 years of use out of these surfaces. 

 

What color options are there?

Computer technology has allowed us to create virtually any color combination imaginable. If you have a color in mind we can batch it! There are many options for color chipped floors as well that are small chips that are broadcast out into the floor after placing the epoxy. 

 

How long does it take?

That depends on the size of the project but usually 2-3 days from start to finish. We do offer 1-2 day install when using poly aspartic coatings as they dry incredibly quickly and can be exposed to foot traffic within a few hours of placement.