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Epoxy is one of the most durable floors on the market.

Epoxy flooring is a beautiful and durable flooring option. Epoxy can be installed in many different areas with many different designs to choose from. Although there are many different designs, all epoxy has the same strength and durability. This popular flooring is built to last for many years and requires minimum maintenance. Epoxy flooring is so popular because:

  • Easily Maintained.
  • Many colors and designs to choose from.
  • It will last for 20 years or more.
Below is everything you need to know about beautiful epoxy floors!

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There are many different colors, styles, and even locations to choose from when it comes to epoxy flooring systems. Epoxy flooring can be installed in residential areas as well as commercial sectors. Epoxy is also perfect for factories because of its durability and color options. Epoxy flooring is excellent for any space and will give you a beautiful floor for many years to come.

Residential

Residential epoxy floors are a beautiful and durable flooring choice for your home. These floors are perfect for kitchens, living rooms, and even bathrooms! There are many colors and designs to choose from to go with your home decor. These floors can withstand heavy loads and require low maintenance to keep clean.

Commercial

Commercial epoxy flooring covers areas like hospitals, doctor’s offices, and even hair salons. These floors are ideal for these areas because of how easily they’re cleaned and maintained, keeping the floors sanitary. There are many colors to choose from to go with these businesses logos, making them unique to these locations.

Industrial

Industrial locations such as factories and warehouses can significantly benefit from epoxy floors. These durable floors can withstand heavy loads and high traffic from workers as well as forklifts. Different colors and designs can be used as markers for these factories, marking where forklift traffic is.

Garage Floor Epoxy

Garage floors are perfect locations for epoxy and are popular locations as well. Not only are they easily maintained, but they are also stain-resistant, so chemicals such as gasoline and motor oil won’t harm this flooring. Many design options are available for garage floors ranging from decorative flake to metallic to give a showroom shine.

Basement Floor Epoxy

Basement floors can often be overlooked because of their location, but an epoxy floor is a great option. Whether your basement is used for storage, laundry, or even a mancave, it deserves a floor built to last. Many water problems start in your basement, but epoxy is waterproof, so no matter the issue, your flooring will still look great!
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Metallic Epoxy

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Metallic epoxy flooring is the most popular type of epoxy flooring to be installed. This flooring is a combination of a metallic additive and clear epoxy, giving it its signature high gloss look. Metallic epoxy is best known for its bright colors and metallic waves in its design. The greatest thing about metallic epoxy comes in many different colors, but the design will be unique to you. Once poured, the design of metallic epoxy cannot be recreated or duplicated. This marbled effect is highly popular in kitchens, living spaces, and garages. Metallic epoxy floors can also mimic nature scenes, such as running water or even lava, creating a truly unique look. Just as traditional epoxy, metallic epoxy has the same durability and benefits. You never have to worry about the color fading or chipping and is resistant to water damage. Slip-resistant additives can be added for extra safety, and spills won’t harm or stain the surface as it’s stain-resistant as well. These floors are incredibly low maintenance, and a simple mop and broom will keep them clean, and the shine will never fade! Metallic epoxy is a robust flooring solution made to last for many years.
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The professionals at Epoxy Flooring Jacksonville are entirely prepared to take on all your epoxy flooring projects. We are licensed, bonded, and insured and take safety seriously. With years of combined experience, we guarantee to get the job done right and that you will be delighted. When you’re looking for professionals, you can trust call Epoxy Flooring Jacksonville.
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3-D Epoxy

Unique custom designs!

Some may refer to metallic epoxy as 3-D epoxy because of the effects metallic epoxy has, but true 3-D epoxy is a category of its own. 3-D epoxy has become increasingly popular in all areas like homes, shopping malls, and apartment buildings due to its high performance and creativity. 3-D epoxy has a different type of installation process. First, a layer of self-leveling primer is applied, followed by the image. Next, a coat of polyurethane or two-component epoxy is used to achieve perfect image depth. The final step is applying a varnish to protect the floor. Unlike all other options such as vinyl stickers, the image is impermeable to damage. The great thing about 3-D epoxy is not only is it a creative flooring solution, but it also carries all of the benefits of standard epoxy floors with it. This flooring is reliable and is protected against acids, bleach, and other household cleaners. 3-D epoxy is highly hygienic and easily cleaned. It doesn’t allow for the growth of bacteria, and there are no odors associated with it that can cause harm. This epoxy is also resistant to fires making it increasingly popular in places such as hospitals.

Decorative Flake Epoxy

A beautiful way to texture your floor!

Decorative flake epoxy is a popular flooring choice for many areas, including garages, commercial kitchens, and doctor’s offices. Decorative flake epoxy creates a vibrant, multi-hued appearance that can be made unique to you. You can choose many different colors for the base epoxy as well as numerous choices for the flakes. Decorative flakes come in many different sizes as well to give your flooring even more definition. The best part about this type of flooring is it doesn’t peel or chip, maintaining its smooth and seamless design. This flooring is just as durable as traditional epoxy, but it is economical and 100% renewable. This flooring choice is just as easy to maintain as smoother epoxy floors but also gives added safety. These decorative flakes provide slip-resistance keeping you safer in areas such as basements, garages, and workshops. Decorative flake epoxy is germ and moisture resistant, helping to keep your space clean and dry. These floors are great for garages as well because, like other epoxies, they are resistant to stains, even those that are harsh like motor oil. Decorative flake epoxy can create an abstract look that looks similar to granite. When you’re looking for durable flooring with a unique look, decorative flake epoxy has you covered!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the installation process for an epoxy floor?

The installation process for an epoxy floor starts with cleaning and inspection. Your existing concrete will be thoroughly cleaned and then inspected for any damage. Any damage that is present, such as cracking, chipping, or pitting, will need to be repaired first. Following the repairs, your floor will be resurfaced with a floor grinder fitted with a diamond grinding wheel. This is to ensure that the epoxy adheres properly to the concrete. Once the resurfacing step is complete, the concrete will be cleaned again to remove any excess dust and debris leftover from the grinding. Now, we can apply the epoxy resin. The epoxy is mixed and coated over the concrete using specialized tools. Lastly, the epoxy will need to cure before it can be used. The full time that an epoxy floor needs to cure is 72 hours.

How much does an epoxy floor cost?

Several factors go into figuring the cost of an epoxy floor. The size of the space, the type of epoxy being used, and the complexity of the pattern. In most cases, smaller spaces will cost more per square foot than coating a larger floor. On average, a basic epoxy floor will cost between $3 and $7 per square foot.