How long can a well-installed epoxy flooring system last?
Epoxy floors typically last between 10 to 20 years but can certainly last even longer if it is properly installed, properly maintained, and touched-up whenever needed. Our team is meticulous during installation and will provide tips and tricks on how to elongate the lifespan of your floor.
What are the benefits of Garage Epoxy Flooring?
When it comes to your garage floor you want something that is easily cleaned but hard to damage. An epoxy garage floor is considered to be robust and durable because of the sturdiness of the resin and hardening mixture. Our installations ensure that your concrete will not stain, crack, or absorb grease, oils, or vehicle fluids of any kind.
Where can epoxy flooring be applied?
Epoxy floors, although once considered to be for industrial facilities only, are extremely versatile! We have installed epoxy floors in restaurants, nail salons, inside homes, commercial kitchens, schools, and so many more. Epoxy floors are great for homes and businesses that are either looking for aesthetic uniqueness or long-lasting and resistant floors.
Why is epoxy flooring better than traditional concrete flooring?
Concrete flooring without the hardener and resin mixture are strong but are not nearly as strong as epoxy concrete floors. When concrete floors are installed, they are prone to cracking under pressure, staining easily, are prone to mold buildup, and are not water-resistant. They are great for short term installation if you’re willing to constantly care and cater to the surface’s needs.
Epoxy concrete flooring is a completely different story! This flooring is resistant to all adversities that could come its way and then some! These surfaces are fantastic floors that require minimal maintenance no matter what type of environment they’re exposed to.
How long does it take to install a garage epoxy floor?
Generally, a garage floor installation takes 48 hours for a professionally installed epoxy garage floor to be installed; however, many factors can change the accuracy of that prediction. Our contractors will make appropriate and necessary repairs whenever possible, so if there are any stains or cracks the epoxy installation will be delayed. The size of the garage will also influence how quickly our installation goes.
What are the different types of epoxy flooring?
There is an incredible amount of different epoxy flooring types for all your needs. Some of the more popular types include self-leveling epoxy, self-dispersing epoxy, mortar epoxy, graveled epoxy, terrazzo epoxy, antistatic epoxy, vapor barrier epoxy, and decorative epoxy.
Are epoxy floors slippery?
Epoxy floors, when they aren’t installed by professionals, can be dangerously slippery because they smooth out once they’re installed; however, professionally designed and installed epoxy floors are designed to be skid resistant.
What is the maintenance like for an epoxy floor?
Maintenance is very minimal for epoxy floors! Areas that see more foot-traffic should be swept and mopped regularly to remove debris and particles. Epoxy does not absorb dust or liquids so cleaning the surface and keeping it clean is extremely easy.
Are epoxy floors good for commercial settings?
Commercial settings benefit from epoxy floors because they’re long-lasting and offer safety qualities that many floors do not. Our epoxy installers can design floors for commercial settings that vary in color, design, texture, and can even mimic other types of materials. The limit does not exist when it comes to our installation possibilities and designs.
Are epoxy floors good for residential settings?
The great thing about technology advancements in the field of concrete is that epoxy has become so incredibly versatile! We can install an epoxy floor with different designs and colors in the garage, basement, or any living area. With the minimalist look, concrete floors inside of homes have become increasingly popular, and epoxy floors are climbing the popularity ladder just the same. If you want a floor that will withstand children, pets, guests, and years of use, an epoxy residential floor is what you’re looking for.