A Brief Look into Epoxy Flooring Cost

One of the trending floor materials for use on residential, commercial, and industrial floors is epoxy. It may not be the typical material you would expect but it has proven to be a highly durable option. Two separate materials are mixed together and then painted or coated on top of an existing concrete, wood, or metal surface. Epoxy flooring has quickly gained the interest of home and business owners everywhere, but is it worth the investment? Here is a short glimpse on how much epoxy floor coating costs.

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How Much Does Epoxy Floor Coating Cost?

The minimum cost of installing epoxy, be it a factory, warehouse, basement, or garage floor epoxy project, is around $3 to $12 per square foot. This is for a professional installation, DIY kits prices may be different depending on brand. This, of course, could vary depending on a variety of factors, such as:

  • Labor Cost
  • Material Cost
  • Location
  • Area Size
  • Type of Epoxy

It is highly recommended to consult a local concrete resurfacing contractor to get a more accurate quote of how much it would be to epoxy garage floors, basements, commercial, or industrial surfaces based on the influential factors mentioned above.

Why Choose Epoxy Flooring?

Whether one plans to epoxy basement floors, garages, or any other floor that could use a good resurfacing, it can not be denied that more and more people are gaining an interest in this type of floor coating. Epoxy flooring is very easy to clean and maintain. Because it is a stain-resistant and non-porous material, any liquid or dust on it will remain on the surface and will not seep through. It is resistant impact and abrasion as well. It is important, however, that the epoxy coat would be applied on a dry surface.

When it comes to safety, epoxy has quite a grip. An installer can even incorporate paint chips or colored sand into it for better slip-resistance as well as better aesthetics. Commercial floors have always valued the look that epoxy can provide especially when used with paint chips because it creates an almost terrazzo-like surface that is truly stunning. There are also marble-like and metallic epoxy floors that are popular for use in business spaces. It is important to remember that an epoxy floor may discolor when exposed to direct sunlight, which is why it is highly recommended for indoor use.

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