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How long does the installation process take?
The installation process depends on the size of the job, and the type of floor to be created. The process will take 3-5 days for a 1500 square foot home. Each floor and process is unique.
Why is an epoxy floor a good choice?
We use beautiful, durable products to create a floor which is low maintenance, non-slip and looks great! Our stained concrete floors also meet HACCP health standards, thereby minimizing risks to food products.
Can I Choose Custom Floor Styles and Colors?
Due to the availability of many custom products, you can choose any color, style, or type of epoxy floor for your home, garage, or commercial facility. Get the floor of your dreams with our customized installation solutions. We have various custom blends and surface finishes, giving you more options.
How Long Will My Epoxy Flooring Last?
Epoxy floorings are typically strong and resistant to abrasives. But, its durability depends on the quality of products used and expertise of the installer. A professionally installed and well-maintained floor can last up to 20 years in residential systems while the lifespan of commercial epoxy floors is 5-10 years due to chemical exposure, high foot/motor traffic, and an increased number of accidents.
Can Epoxy Floors Become Slippery?
Many people have this misconception about epoxy flooring systems. Though the surface of this floor can be extremely glossy and flawless, it isn’t slippery. When the surface is dry and clean, it is easy to walk. However, if you need skid-resistance in your flooring, you can opt for a slip-resistant additive or epoxy flooring that comes with a textured surface, especially for commercial settings or garages where floors get wet frequently.
How Can I Maintain My Epoxy Flooring?
It isn’t too complicated to maintain your epoxy flooring system. Mop and sweep the floor regularly to keep it clean. For epoxy floors in a commercial setting or garage, pressure washing is also a good option if you have cove protection installed. Prevent tracking grime and moisture on your shoes by keeping a mat on the doorways and use safe floor cleaning products.