Epoxy Coatings

We provide superior services, our garage floor coatings are tough and they look great. Our service includes: Garage Floor Resurfacing (as necessary), Garage Floor Coating, Epoxy Color Flakes, and Epoxy Clear Coating. If you would like to some finished work, check out or Projects page. Be sure to check out out Metallic Coatings too! Here are some of the advantages of having a epoxy garage floor coating:

  • Cleaner Floors
  • No Oil Stains
  • No Tire Marks
  • Easy to Maintain
  • Beautifies the Garage
Garage Floor Resurfacing (as necessary)

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We grind down the garage floor to have a clean, even surface to work with. The grinder removes any oil, chemical and tire stains
Garage Floor Coating

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We fill in any cracks or imperfections before applying the epoxy coat to make the floor even and ready. Then, we coat the floor with the base color of your choice.
Epoxy Color Flakes

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Color flakes give the floor depth and character with a granite look. There are many different colors and styles to chose from see the chart below.
Epoxy Clear Coating

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Final urethane application that locks in the epoxy color coating and granite-type flakes. The clear coating gives the floor a final glossy finish and makes cleaning and maintenance a breeze.
Custom Logos and Graphics

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Upon request, we will gladly apply your logo onto the floor, before the clear coating stage.

Different Styles to chose from:

Driveway Concrete Coating and Crack Repair

Driveway Epoxy Coating

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Concrete Driveway Epoxy Coatings

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Epoxy Injection Repair to fix cracks

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Concrete Driveway Epoxy Coatings

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Metallic Epoxy Coatings

Driveway Metallic Coatings

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Indoor Metallic Epoxy Coatings

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Why not do it your self?

Do it yourself epoxy Kit

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Do it yourself epoxy Kit
Photo of the horrible results of using a Do it yourself epoxy Kit

A properly installed epoxy floor can beautify a garage and enhance the value of a house.

— Jim Kaslik, 2008


One of my favorite upgrades for a house is an epoxy garage floor. In Cloud Hidden, we used a coating similar to epoxy and were thrilled at how easy it was to keep the floor clean. In our current house, we were scheduling the installation of the epoxy with the contractor even as we were driving across country to relocate. Every time I sweep or hose the garage I’m amazed at how the oil and fluid drips wash away rather than stain the concrete. The benefits extend beyond cleanliness. A properly installed decorative epoxy floor will turn a garage floor from an embarrassment of stains into a showcase. If you intend to sell the house, there’s nothing like taking buyers through the garage and having them stop and marvel at how classy it looks. That can be the difference between them placing an offer on your house versus the neighbor’s house with the sad-looking plain concrete floor. Your best bet is to have the floor installed before driving on the concrete or loading it up with boxes and junk. This makes installation easier and improves the quality of the job. There is a choice of decorative finishes, ranging from a plain color to a three-dimensional look with colored flakes. There are also do-it-yourself kits that are easy enough to use if you’re handy. These are easier to apply on brand new floors, so that you don’t have to mess with the acids and chemicals needed to strip and clean older, oilier floors. When I had a flake epoxy floor installed a year and a half ago, the cost was less than $2/sf, and the work spread over two days, though it had to cure for a week before we could drive on it. Costs vary, so ask around.

This video from the Concrete Network shows several of the places you might use an epoxy floor.

* cited from Design Blog