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Epoxy Flooring

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What is Epoxy Flooring?

Epoxy flooring has been growing in popularity over the years for being highly customizable, durable and stylish. It is different than your average floor as it is a 2 part chemical system the combines a polymer resin and a hardening agent that hardens to a very rigid plastic material. The mixed chemical solution is applied overtop of a prepared concrete substrate followed by optional colored flakes and a topcoat layer to protect the surface.

Benefits of Epoxy Flooring

Durability and Resistance

Due to its 2 part chemical system, epoxy floors excel at keeping a long lasting finish for years. Epoxy floors protect against spills such as chemicals, liquids, dirt and other harsh contaminants. Homes, business, and industry can all benefit greatly.


Epoxy flooring can be applied as a seamless, easy-to-clean floor surface with a wide range of options to make for a professional modern looking floor that sets it apart from traditional floors or concrete. Its very good at hiding imperfections and scratches.


Cleaning can be done with ease using a simple mop and cleaning solution. Epoxy floors require very little maintenance other than a regular cleaning which in turn makes for a great long-term flooring option.


Underlying concrete is protected from all sorts of moisture, greases etc. due to the  impervious nature of epoxy. This can save a great deal of time and money on cleaning or repairs of other floors that may be more susceptible.


A whole slew of options are available. Everything from custom flake color, skid resistant additives, and a variety of gloss levels to make the perfect look that suits your needs. Addionally, logos can be applied beneath the top coat as a stylish addition!

Applying an Epoxy Floor

Below is a general guide to the process of applying an epoxy floor. Floors will need to be completely cleared and free of any obstructions where the work will be situated. Depending on the size, completion time will vary greatly to account for prep, cure times, and finishing details if applicable.   

Step 1:    Preparing the Surface

The key to any great floor is prep. Concrete floors will need to be ground down flat using diamond tooling with the use of a grinding machine for bulk work as well as an electric grinder for touch ups. Dust is kept to a minimum using a specialized vacuum that stops fine particles from becoming air born. The surface is opened up to ensure excellent adhesion. All cracks will be filled and other measures may need to be taken to ensure a perfect finish. Remaining dust is then vacuumed before laying the base coat.

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Step 2:   Basecoat/Flakes

Once prep work is complete, the base coat and flakes are then broadcast. The base coat will be poured on to the surface of the floor in sections and smoothed out through the use of a squeegee followed by a roller. Flakes will then be sprinkled by hand before the primer coat hardens.


For flake options and colors please click here.


There are two primary options when it comes to resin. Each with various pros and cons as shown in the diagram below:

With the basecoat and flakes cured, remaining unstuck flakes are scraped and vacuumed before the top coat is ready to be applied. At this stage there are some choices that can be made depending on the application.

Step 3:   Topcoats


For a more extensive in depth look at epoxy and polyaspartic coats please visit the site below.


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