Epoxy Garage Floor Installation Services
Looking for a way to protect your garage floor from stains and moisture? An epoxy coating could be the solution. Even if you’ve tackled plenty of DIY projects, epoxy garage floor installation is definitely a job for professionals – it requires the use of special power tools, chemicals and protective wear. When you choose Paintco’s epoxy floor installers, you can count on your floor having a smooth, long-lasting finish.
Why you need epoxy flooring
Bare concrete is porous, so it absorbs moisture, which may cause it to expand and crack. Concrete is also susceptible to stains from motor oil, transmission fluid and grease, but epoxy flooring is non-porous and stain resistant, so it maintains a fresh appearance year after year and protects the underlying concrete slab.
Epoxy floors reflect light, brightening garage interiors. You can choose a solid color, speckles of color or a customized blend of color for your epoxy floor, to personalize your garage. And we have additives that improve the grip of epoxy, so you don’t have to worry about slipping on your new floor.
Paintco’s epoxy floor process
Epoxy garage floor installation is a process that takes several days. The first step is preparing the concrete. We patch any cracks or holes and use a grinder to smooth the surface. We may apply acid to ready the concrete for bonding with epoxy.
After preparing the surface, we prime the floor, and when the primer is dry – usually the next day – we add a layer of color. We finish the floor with a top coat, which should be completely dry within a few days.
Your new epoxy garage floor will require very little maintenance, other than an occasional sweeping and mopping.
Get a free estimate; what to expect from Paintco’s process
Paintco offers free estimates for any job, regardless of whether you choose to hire us. If you’re ready for a cleaner, low-maintenance epoxy garage floor, contact us today for a consultation.
That’s why you’ll interface with:
- Emilie Smith, office manager
- Schedules consultation and job appointments
- Chris Elliott, Graham Savage, and Matt Hicks sales consultants
- Conducts consultation: understands project and customer needs, completes measurements for estimate, builds and presents proposal
- Nate Akers, project manager
- Conducts a pre-job walk thru with you and the crew
- Validates colors
- Confirms timing and scope of work
- Sets expectations and time frame
- Job site supervisor/crew leader
- Main point of contact during project
- Conducts post-job walk thru with you and the crew
We spend time with you before the project to clarify exactly what the work will entail, and you’ll know exactly when we’ll arrive on the day of the job, because time of arrival and duration will be confirmed by our project manager. Our crews arrive in uniform and the site supervisor will serve as your point person for any questions.