Welcome to our Quad Cities epoxy floors page.

Some pictures of Epoxy Floors that british painter did in the Quad Cities last fall.

that british painter takes the time to properly prepare the concrete floor by grinding the top layer of the floor with diamond blades specifically designed to grind concrete surfaces, I prefer this method to acid etching and feel it give a more durable bond between concrete and epoxy coating.

After the grinding we inspect for any floor deformities such as cracks or dips in the floor that would effect the final finish of the epoxy coating.

At the request of the homeowner we can fill the imperfections before applying the epoxy on the garage floor.

quad cities epoxy garage floorquad cities epoxy garage floor by darren crumbleholme

Quad Cities Epoxy Floors are Durable

 A high quality epoxy garage floor will remain solid and usable for a very long time.  Depending on the epoxy used.

Whether you have heavy use, temperature variations, caustic chemicals or repeated cleaning, a properly installed epoxy floor will continue to perform for years to come.

Quad Cities epoxy floors are safe

Epoxy floors are not naturally slippery, and they can be made even safer with a variety of textured finishes or non-slip coatings. They also promote good health by inhibiting the growth of bacteria, mold and fungi.

Quad city epoxy floor by darren crumbleholme
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