Epoxy Flooring Bellingham
Our epoxy coating breathe life back into your concrete.
Epoxy Floor Coating For Garages & Basements.
Epoxy flooring is perfect for Bellingham, WA home garage flooring or basements. Why? Because epoxy flooring is especially durable when exposed to water or straining. The hard surface coating resists moisture, staining, and other chemicals. Whether it’s car oil or water, laying epoxy down on your flooring can help preserve your flooring, thereby maintaining the value of your home. Many homeowners choose epoxy flooring for its appearance, as well. Epoxy is available in many finishes and colors, allowing you to transform the look of your flooring.
At Northwest Decks Plus, we use the highest-grade professional equipment and techniques to ensure your bellingham epoxy flooring installation goes on smooth and looks the best it can. You’ll love the results! Epoxy flooring can transform a boring, lifeless flooring into a new shiny appearance.
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Many commercial warehouses and industrial spaces benefit from epoxy coatings on their flooring. Not only will you benefit from a like-new flooring appearance to enhance the look of your workspace, but you’ll also preserve the lifespan of your flooring. Epoxy is excellent to hide scratches or flooring damages that can bring down the feel of your workspace.
Epoxy flooring or coatings are a layer of resin and hardener that is placed over many types of flooring. Epoxy can be laid over wood, concrete, tile, and many other common flooring surfaces. The special chemical reaction allows the epoxy to harden, creating a protective and glossy coating over your existing floors. The hardened surface is left strong and durable, helping to protect your flooring.
The durability of epoxy floors is something to be marveled at. They're able to last 10-20 years with proper maintenance and touchups, all while looking great!
The durability of epoxy flooring is what makes it so appealing to many people. It's a hard resin coating that doesn't scratch or dent easily, but if something sharp enough scratches the surface you'll likely notice some wear-and-tear on your beautiful new floors!