Epoxy Flooring Contractor IN Palm Beach County!

Epoxy flooring is the new rage. Schools, car dealerships, hospitals and manufacturing plants all over the country are investing inepoxy floors. The industry has experienced extreme growth in the last 5 years and will continue to grow over the next 10. The reason is because epoxy is better, more durable and safer for industrial flooring spaces. It’s also prettier in residential spaces. It has the best of all worlds.

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Epoxy coatings applied over concrete floors provide a smooth, durable and high performing floor that can withstand huge foot and vehicle traffic as well as heavy loads.
Most warehouses, factories, healthcare institutions, retail stores, malls, schools and almost all commercial and industrial sites rely on epoxy floor coatings to maintain safe and clean conditions for their customers, employees, inventory and equipment. These environments also need floors than can take lot of hard-hitting abuse. An epoxy floor perfectly fits this description.
Epoxy floor paint is a unique and practical flooring option. The flexibility of the epoxy material allows it to be used in numerous commercial and industrial applications. Regardless of the look or function you want to create for your, there is an applicable epoxy system. Here are some different epoxy floor covering options.

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Types of Epoxy Floor Coatings

Metallic epoxy floors are becoming extremely popular as a flooring option for industrial and commercial flooring. Epoxy a lot of types of epoxy coatings to suit specific commercial and industrial applications.
Here are some of the more popular types of epoxy coating and where each can be best used in a commercial or industrial space.

  • Self-Leveling Epoxy

This type of epoxy floor can be installed over old or new concrete to create a durable, seamless as well as easy to clean and maintain floor. Different colors can be used to create decorative designs and patterns and to highlight specific work zones.Common Application: Warehouses, Commercial Garages, Commercial and Industrial Kitchens, Aircraft Hangars, Showroom, Manufacturing Facilities, Office Buildings and more.

  • Self-Leveling Epoxy

This type of epoxy floor can be installed over old or new concrete to create a durable, seamless as well as easy to clean and maintain floor. Different colors can be used to create decorative designs and patterns and to highlight specific work zones.Common Application: Warehouses, Commercial Garages, Commercial and Industrial Kitchens, Aircraft Hangars, Showroom, Manufacturing Facilities, Office Buildings and more.

  • Self-Dispersing Epoxy

This is best used in areas with frequent high traffic of heavy equipment because of its mechanical strength. Self-dispersing epoxy added with quartz sand create anti-slip floors. Common Application: Manufacturing Facilities, Warehouses, Food Processing Facilities and more.

  • Epoxy Flake

This type of epoxy floor comes with colored flakes inserted in the epoxy material to create a multi-colored and vibrant floor. The flakes do not only add to the aesthetic appeal of the floor but makes it anti0slip, too.

Common Application: Commercial and Industrial Kitchens, Car Showrooms, Retail Stores, Sports Venues and more.

There are other flooring systems for commercial and industrial applications. An epoxy floor however is inherently the most ideal when you need to have floors that have superior aesthetic appeal, durable and hard wearing.

  • Mortar Epoxy

This is the strongest of all types of epoxy floors. 100 % percent solid epoxy with quartz or graded sand is used to install this type of flooring system. This floor can withstand extreme impact and is resistant to chemical stains.Common Application: Warehouses, Commercial Garages, Commercial Kitchens, Manufacturing Plants, Restaurants and more.

  • Anti-static Epoxy

This is a specialized type of epoxy used to create a static-free environment (resistant to Electro-static charge).

Common Application: Hospitals, Laboratories, Manufacturing Plants for electronic equipment, Spaces that work with or store flammable materials, Office buildings, Schools and more.

  • Epoxy Terrazzo

This decorative type of epoxy floor consists of quartz, marble, granite, glass or any material that can be poured with polymeric binders, cement binders or a combination of both binders. It comes in a vast array of colors and patterns. It can be used to create customized designs.

Common Application: Building Entrances Hallways, Hotel Entrances, School Entrances, School Gyms and more.

  • Metallic Epoxy Floors

Metallic epoxy floors can be beautiful. If you want a real work of art for your home, showroom, office or retail shop, we definitely recommend metallic epoxy floors. They are so cool that today people are turning metallic epoxy into art and selling them for thousands of dollars. We have amazing metallic epoxy mixes.

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Epoxy Floor Paint

This is not our recommendation. You can buy epoxy floor pain at Home Depot or Sherwin Williams. The problem is that you can’t grind the concrete by yourself so the epoxy never seals to the slab correctly. Bubbling occures because of the humidity and moisture in Palm Beach County. The end result is a flakey epoxy job that will start to peel and leave you in a worse situation than you started. Here is some more info on epoxy paint.

Epoxy Flooring Cost

Epoxy floors can range anywhere from $3.50 a square foot to $20+ dollars a square foot depending on the type of floor that is needed and the level of surface preparation that takes place. For instance, a concrete overlay that would need to take place on a dry batch of concrete could be quite expensive. Quartz, metallic and other types of epoxy can also become more costly, however, you get what you pay for in terms of durability. Here is some information we put together for you to Check price.

OUR MISSION

Our team is different. We tak multiple training classes on decorative concrete and epoxy every year, but we don’t stop there. We also take training classes on customer service. Our goal is to provide the best and most durable floors at the most affordable price without sacrificing quality and the level of customer support we provide. We love serving West Palm Beach and the neighboring areas.

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