77007 industrial grade epoxy floor coating is a great way to spruce up any commercial space or private residence, and Epoxy Technology Coatings has just what you need. We provide professional epoxy coating services that will completely revamp the look of your space. Epoxy is durable and long-lasting, and it can look amazing.
If you are tired of looking at your old, decrepit floors, then it is time to make a change. Feel free to visit us in Houston or give us a call. We would be happy to come to you for a free consultation. This will give you a chance to get an idea of what we can do for your space and how it can transform it. Look at our previous work with our before and after photos.
77007 Industrial Grade Epoxy Floor Coating
Epoxy is an excellent material and is used in so many different applications. Epoxy has been used for doing repairs, creating seals in structures and engineering, insulation, and even in many works of art. It is extremely versatile, and people are finding more and more uses for it.
One of the ways people have used epoxy is with flooring. Once epoxy hardens completely, it is incredibly durable, so much so that it can withstand around five to six thousand PSI. The average mixture of concrete can only withstand about 2,500 to 4,000 PSI. Concrete can be mixed to be stronger, but most places are not made with stronger concrete.
Moreover, there is a lot that can affect the strength of concrete, including the type of cement, quality control, temperature, curing conditions, age of the concrete, and many others. Unless you had a brand new building built when the concrete was poured, chances are you are working in a structure that already had concrete laid out, and it has seen better days.
If you look at your concrete floor, we are willing to bet that it probably needs a bit of TLC. It is likely that your floors are discolored from stains, there may be cracks, dents, pits, and no matter how much you sweep and clean your floors, they never look clean. This can ruin the whole look of your space. With our industrial-grade epoxy floor coating, we can give your floors a complete overhaul making your space look almost new again.
Perhaps you have really good concrete flooring that is brand new. You might be thinking, why get epoxy coatings? Well, if you want to maintain the look of your concrete floors, why not protect them? Having an epoxy coating can keep your concrete floors in good shape for even longer.
What if you don’t have concrete floors? Maybe you have wood, tile, or stone floors. Should you still get an epoxy coating? Absolutely! Epoxy can coat nearly any surface and still look great.
What Are The Benefits of Epoxy Floor Coating
Apart from just looking great and being durable, there are many great benefits that an epoxy floor coating can have. One of the most unique benefits of our epoxy-coated floors is that they can reflect light and brighten up poorly lit spaces.
Many shops, such as auto shops and machine shops, can be found in old buildings with old lights. Not only can this be hazardous, but adding more lights can run up the energy bill. However, with a high gloss coating, our floors will reflect the lights that are already there and brighten your space immensely.
Another benefit is that they are chemical-resistant and heat-resistant. Chemicals and heat can ruin any type of floor, making it less durable and creating some awful-looking stains.
Epoxy Technology Coatings can apply a chemical and heat-resistant coating to protect your floors from determination and damage. Therefore, floors in chemical plants, labs, machine shops, welding shops, auto garages, and many other places can be completely protected with our epoxy coating.
Epoxy is easy to clean, and you can still use your desired cleaners, such as bleach or degreasers. Due to the chemical protectant talked about above, these cleaners will not degrade your floors. Additionally, epoxy is not prone to cracking, and it is non-porous, which means dirt, dust, and grime will not get stuck in your floors. Sweeping and moping are easy, and your floors will not stain.
Lastly, our flooring is slip-resistant. Concrete can get incredibly slippery when it is wet, making work environments hazardous. But our slip-resistant epoxy will help reduce potential liabilities in the workplace.
We Can Add Color and Style to Your Floors
If there is one thing that can be really exciting about renovations, it’s picking out colors and styles. This is the part where you get to personalize your flooring, and there are so many options to choose from. We have hundreds of colors to choose from, and we can even create custom colors. We can match logo colors, school colors, team colors, or anything else you want.
If you want to color code a specific area, we can do that too. For example, you may want to create driving lanes in a large work area or a parking area for machines. We can use different colors to mark these specific areas that will be easy to identify.
Flakes can be added to your floors to add texture. Flakes can be added for aesthetic purposes or for practical purposes. For instance, we offer colorful flakes and metallic flakes that can reflect light. Or we can offer more natural and earth tones to help hide dirt and dust.
We also have some incredible metallic colors. These colors can refract light and create a really cool marbling effect. This type of flooring would be perfect for restaurants, clubs, dance halls, concert halls, and any other setting that needs a fun ambiance. Check out what we offer.
- Solid Epoxy Floor Colors
- Blended Flake Epoxy Floor Coverings
- Brindle Flake Epoxy Floor Colors
- Lava Flow Metallic Epoxy Floor Colors
Contact Us Today
If you are tired of looking at old dingy floors, or you want to protect the one you have, give Epoxy Technology Coatings a call. We can ensure your floors look good and remain that way for years to come with our 77007 industrial grade epoxy floor coating.
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