Epoxy flooring involves using a two-part resin blended together and applied to your floor, creating a hard and rigid surface.

Epoxy floors are mold-proof, water-proof, and ideal for use in sports stadiums, schools, hospitals, retail showrooms, and industrial applications.

Types of Epoxy Finishes

Resistant to damage, easy to clean with just soap and water, and unlike concrete, they won’t degrade over time.

Epoxy Topcoat

Epoxy Topcoat

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Shop or Showroom Floor

Shop or Showroom Floor

Hard as bulletproof glass and twice as polished, your shop or showroom floors can blend into the background or command attention. The choice is yours. Color options range from neutral grays to lively reds and yellows. The uniform opaque coating hides imperfections and stands up to heavy traffic, and the optional non-slip coating makes your workspace or showroom safe for any activity.

Quartz Flooring

Quartz

If you're in the market for a hard working floor with a touch of glitz, go with quartz granules that come in thousands of sparkling color blends. Once you’ve picked one, choose from three finish textures to suit your application's needs. All are 100% solid epoxy, chemical and wear resistant, NFSI certified (a surface safety standards developer), and breathtaking.

Chip Flooring

Chip

Similar to the quartz finish, you can also opt for solid epoxy combined with decorative paint chips in understated color combinations like Sahara, Wheat, and Calypso. This eye-catching finish isn’t to be trifled with; a topcoat ensures excellent wear characteristics with stain and chemical resistance, while a mixture of soft neutral colors makes for a subtle but sophisticated surface glow.

Our Commitment as an epoxy floor contractor

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NYC Epoxy Flooring FAQs

A typical installation takes 5-6 days to install.

With proper maintenance and installation an epoxy floor can last upwards of 20 years!

Epoxy dries in 8-12 hours and its best to stay off the floor up to 24 hours before walking on it.

The best way to avoid blistering or peeling to complete proper preparation prior to the epoxy install.

The best question to ask a contractor is “how long have you been installing resinous flooring?”. Beware of newer contractors with a lack of experience. Installing the incorrect epoxy system or installing a system without proper preparation can be an absolute disaster for any project.

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