Epoxy Floor Painting

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Epoxy Floor Painting

Garage floors can be one of the most overlooked floors on your property. They’re also subject to the most damage and abuse. Garage floors see it all, leaving them to become the most worn out of all floors whether they’re in your home or office space. It’s probably time for a garage floor makeover.

 

However, painting your garage floor is not an easy feat. On top of the prep and application required, you’ll want to find an epoxy paint that is long-lasting, durable, and protective. That is why Doxa Painting uses only professional grade epoxy paints. When it comes to epoxy coating for your garage floors, Doxa Painting and Services helps you get a better understanding of the process and why it’s the best choice for your garage floor. Whether it’s for residential or commercial application, we’ve got you covered.

 

Resistance, durability, longevity

While traditional garage floor paint is a latex acrylic that contains a small portion of epoxy for durability, it is not actually an epoxy product. Epoxy is a super durable sealant that’s highly resistant to chemicals, stains, and scratches. It doesn’t just make your garage floors look better—it also makes them easier to clean, covers any cracks in the concrete, and protects surfaces for longer periods. Epoxy paint consists of two parts: epoxy resin and polyamine hardener. Before applying, the two parts are mixed together to start a reactive process called cross-linking. The cross-linking process creates a hard surface on top of the concrete—one that’s resistant to daily garage floor abuse, wheels, machine equipment, chemical and water damage.

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How Epoxy Floor Painting Works

We clean and grind the concrete, then we get to work laying down the epoxy paint coating. Epoxy coating has a higher solids content than traditional epoxy, making it stronger, more waterproof, and more resistant to stains. The entire process takes 3 to 5 days. The epoxy garage floor painting and coatings Doxa uses are high quality, lasting solutions. Depending on the size of your project, after 3 to 5 days, your newly-coated epoxy garage floor is ready for use. Cleaning up skids, stains, and oil or gas spills is as easy as wiping them away!

Epoxy Garage Flooring Residential

Durability

While traditional garage floor paint is a latex acrylic that contains a small portion of epoxy for durability, it is not actually an epoxy product. Epoxy paint consists of two parts: epoxy resin and polyamine hardener. Before applying, the two parts are mixed together to start a reactive process called cross-linking.

Epoxy Garage Flooring

Resistance

Epoxy is a super durable sealant that’s highly resistant to chemicals, stains, and scratches. It doesn’t just make your garage floors look better—it also makes them easier to clean, covers any cracks in the concrete, and protects surfaces for longer periods.

Warehouse Epoxy Flooring

Longevity

The cross-linking process creates a hard surface on top of the concrete—one that’s resistant to daily garage floor abuse, wheels, machine equipment, chemical and water damage. This process creates a surface that last a very long time against all elements. If you are looking to have a floor covering that can last, epoxy floor painting is by far the best solution.

Features and Benefits

Want a long-lasting garage floor finish? An epoxy coating is worth the investment. Our team of professional painters handles the entire process end-to-end. You’ll save money over time, as our professionally-installed epoxy floors protect against impacts, chemicals, water damage, and surface abrasions. You won’t just get a smooth coated floor—you’ll get guaranteed results that last for years to come.

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100% Spill Resistant

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Doesn’t Peel & Chip

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Waterproof & Weather Resistant

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Various Colors & Textures

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Creates A Smooth Finish

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Variety of Applications

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We offer epoxy coating installation for the South Puget Sound Region. Contact us today to get a quote for your epoxy coating job with Doxa Painting and Services.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long will my repainting project take?

It depends on the scope of the project.

Do you guarantee your work?

Yes, if you ever have a question or concern with our work, please let us so we can make it right. We want to earn your trust and build a relationship with you for the long-term so you don’t have to waste time looking for another painter every time you need something done.

What methods of payment do you accept?

We accept payment by check. You can request to pay by e-check as well for no extra cost, or by credit card for an added fee of 3%.

Will we need to shut down for business during the painting?

Usually we do not have to disrupt your business. However, some of our paints do have strong odors and our finishing can leave dust. While we do our best to make sure the area is protected and clean, we leave it up to the client to decide whether they want to keep operation or take time off.