300/21 Laminating Epoxy Resin – 1.5 Quart Kit$58.00
300/21 Laminating Epoxy Resin – 1.5 Gallon Kit$142.00
300/21 Laminating Epoxy Resin w/ Pumps – 1.5 Gallon Kit$157.00
300/21 Laminating Epoxy Resin – 3 Gallon Kit$258.00
300/21 Laminating Epoxy Resin w/ Pumps – 3 Gallon Kit$273.00
300/21 Laminating Epoxy Resin – 6 Gallon Kit$495.00
300/21 Laminating Epoxy Resin w/ Pumps – 6 Gallon Kit$510.00
300/21 Laminating Epoxy Resin – 165 Gallon Kit$9,960.00
Anti-Skid Powder for Epoxy Resin – 8 oz.$16.00
Anti-Skid Powder for Epoxy Resin – 1 Quart$29.00
Anti-Skid Powder for Epoxy Resin – 1/2 Gallon$43.00
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Epoxy Flooring FAQs:
What is epoxy flooring?
Epoxy flooring provides a smooth, glossy finish that coats the surface of hardwood, concrete, and bamboo floors. Epoxy flooring is extremely resistant to water, heat, and pressure, which makes it great for a variety of surfaces. You can purchase garage floor epoxy that will withstand the weight of cars, foot traffic, and temperature changes. Or, an epoxy basement floor will create a durable surface perfect for an at-home workshop. You can even epoxy pebble flooring, such as those found on patios and sidewalks, to keep them bonded together.
Epoxy resins are composed of polymers and prepolymers that create strong, adhesive bonds that are resistant to chemicals, water and heat, which is what makes them the perfect solution for creating durable floors.
How much does epoxy flooring cost?
Epoxy flooring costs between $3 and $12 per square foot, but is dependent on a variety of factors such as color, labor costs, and the type of solution being used. For example, a standard two-car garage is roughly 484 square feet. If your epoxy resin costs $3 per square foot, you’re looking at an epoxy garage floor cost of $1,452. However, if your epoxy resin is $12 per square foot, you’re looking at an epoxy garage floor cost of $5,808. Your epoxy flooring cost will vary depending your garage epoxy, whether you add color, or whether you do it yourself or hire a professional.
How much epoxy resin do I need to cover my floors?
The amount of epoxy resin you need to cover your floors depends on the total surface area of your floors and your desired thickness of the epoxy resin layer. We get it, math isn’t for everyone, which is why you can use our epoxy resin area calculator to get a rough estimate of how much epoxy resin you need for your floors. For a more accurate estimate for your epoxy flooring, it’s best to contact us for specifications and for help with calculations at (888) 680-6861.
How do I apply epoxy flooring?
Epoxy flooring is a common finish for all types of floors due to its adhesive and durable properties. Luckily, you don’t need to be a professional to epoxy your own floors. If you’re looking to lay epoxy floor coating by yourself, or with the help of a friend, follow these steps:
- Clean the surface of your floors by sweeping away debris and using degreasers to remove grease and oil stains.
- If you’re placing down garage floor epoxy or creating an epoxy basement floor, check moisture levels by taping a square foot piece of plastic on the floor and letting it sit for 24 hours. After 24 hours, check to see if there is any condensation to determine if your floors have moisture. Concrete is porous, and moisture can cause the epoxy to not bind, so if your floors have moisture, you will need a enlist professional to find a vapor barrier solution.
- Because epoxy is thermosetting, it is extremely sensitive to temperatures. Temperatures that are too cold can cause your epoxy to harden too fast. It’s best to epoxy floors when the temperature is at least 65 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Etch concrete floors with an etching solution. This will allow the epoxy to bond with the concrete flooring.
- If there are any cracks in your concrete floors, patch the cracks with a concrete floor patching kit. If you don’t, the cracks will still be seen through the epoxy finish.
- Assemble your epoxy solution by following the directions provided on the kit. Begin by filling a container with epoxy resin, then slowly pour the epoxy hardener in while stirring with a wooden mixing stick. Once mixed, pour the epoxy solution into another container and mix for about a minute until there are no clumps or streaks.
- Use a paintbrush and begin painting the edge of your floors. Once complete, use a nap roller and begin coating the entire floor. Because epoxy hardens quickly, make sure you work diligently and finish within two hours once the epoxy solution is created.
- If you want to add some color or personality to your floors, sprinkle color flecks onto your floors while the epoxy is still wet.
- Once your epoxy floors have dried, finish by painting a final clear coat. Follow the directions in steps 6 and 7.
How do I clean epoxy floors?
Epoxy flooring is easy to clean because it’s smooth and durable. To clean your epoxy floors, begin by using a broom or vacuum to clean up any debris. Once all debris is removed, use warm water or an ammonia-water mixture and clean any stains or spills with a mop. Soap-based solutions can cause epoxy to become hazy, so avoid using these.
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