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About Epoxy Floors

The many uses of epoxy

While we have all heard of epoxy being used on garage floors, epoxy is making surges into multiple uses in businesses, industrial buildings and even in the living rooms of some homes.

The reason?

Because epoxy floors can be amazingly varied and gorgeous with incredible designs, patterns and colors.

This type of epoxy is not a paint or low-quality, home-improvement type of epoxy. It is made of professionally-created mixtures of urethanes, polyaspartic resins, and epoxies. The result is a shiny and scratch, impact and stain-resistant surface that lasts for years and years.
Finishing Work The Worker Does The Bulk Floor

Along with our design and technical support, we will do a professional, on-site measurement, and provide skilled installation of your new epoxy floor. Flooring Nerd will help and guide you every step of the way.

Epoxy flooring has been used in all of the types of buildings listed below, plus many not on the list:

  • Commercial kitchens and food preparation areas
  • Hospitals
  • Industrial plants
  • Homes, basements and garages
  • Laboratories
  • Manufacturing plants
  • Office buildings
  • Pet shelters and clinics
  • Restaurants and cafes
  • Retail stores
  • Schools
  • Warehouses

Three basic types of epoxy flooring

Pigmented Epoxy
This type of epoxy flooring has a clean look in a number of different colors. Pigmented Epoxy is the more traditional type of epoxy with no design or pattern in it.
Flaked Epoxy
Decorative vinyl color chips or flakes are mixed in the epoxy to give your floor a granite-like appearance.
Metallic Epoxy
Metallic epoxy combines mica particles with the epoxy to create unusual but beautiful metallic flooring with an appearance of brass, copper and other metallic looking colors. Some floors appear to be inspired by water color paintings, pictures of flowing lava and sunsets in stunning floor art murals.

We have major national and 
international brand names.

To begin the process of creating your new garage floor…

Fill out the contact information on our site, or give us a call at (281) 907-8254. We will set up an appointment for a free consultation with our design and technical experts to help you make choices, along with providing a free estimate and proposal.
With our expertise, your floors will look amazing.
Flooring Nerd serves its customers in the
Magnolia, Conroe, Spring, Tomball, and The Woodlands area.
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