Epoxy floor coating is a popular coating for floors used in industrial, commercial, and residential applications. It offers a durable and smooth coat that will last for years to come. This glossy surface offers high performance against heavy loads and foot traffic.
Epoxy floor coating is composed of two components; polyamine hardener and epoxy resin. The epoxy and polyamine hardener react to one another, resulting in a chemical bond.
This chemical bond results in a stiff plastic-like material that is durable and resistant to degradation. We apply epoxy floor coating in layers that create desirable qualities, including water resistance, stain resistance, abrasion resistance, mold resistance, and chemical resistance.
The bottom line is that epoxy floor coating is exceptionally versatile. It’s not just a floor. Because of its functionality and incredible durability, it is used from airplane hangars to a small, residential garage. Designs can be simple or elaborate, incorporating logos and other images, providing a unique corporate identity expression.
Whether you need an epoxy coating for a residence or a commercial property, we have you covered. We are happy to offer all our services at an affordable price. Contact us today at (713) 365-0444 to discuss the best epoxy floor coating for your needs. Your choices are endless!
Profile/Appearance: 4-6 mils, solid color.
This epoxy/urethane concrete system is used in coating smooth floor surfaces to increase light refleaivity and decrease housekeeping by eliminating concrete porosity and dusting.
Profile/Appearance: 18-36 mds, solid color.
Provides the necessary coverage to hide track marks, spalls, and other concrete imperfectios, giving the floors a solid profile. These systems are designed for industrial floors applications where the floor is subjet to moderate traffic and chemical exposure. Creates and attractive, extremely durable floors.
Profile/Appearance: Resembles marbled 3 dimensional surface.
System is created by adding a metallic pigmented powder to dear epoxy resins. These systems are considered more of an artistic creation, multiple designs can be constructed depending on application technique and colors used.
Colors can be intermixed, allowing unlimited color variations.