Seamless Epoxy Flooring Systems Explained

August 15, 2016

Epoxy.com offers many different types of seamless flooring. We offer so many kinds that sometimes it confuses people. The purpose of this article is to explain the differences, and to help you choose the right epoxy seamless flooring system for your application. In some cases the right seamless flooring system will not even be an epoxy. It may be polyurethane or Methyl Methacrylate (MMA).

Epoxy.com Epoxy Chip Flooring in VT rest area.

Epoxy.com Epoxy Chip Flooring on a VT Interstate Rest Area – Taken over 15 years after installation.

Epoxy Floor Coatings

Epoxy coatings can be effective flooring systems. When choosing epoxy as a flooring system choose a 100% solids (zero VOC, hard durable coating. You also want a coating that is available in multiple colors. These floor coatings can last for decades, so you want to pick a color that you like. Properly installed you will be looking at this floor coating for a very long time. This kind of flooring system is available in the following options:

  1. Epoxy.com Product #1 – www.epoxy.com/1.htm – meets all the criteria above. It has good chemical resistance, and excellent cost to benefit ratio. Great for warehouses, in areas with high traffic and only modest chemical exposure.
  2. Epoxy.com Product #1ESD – www.epoxy.com/1esd.aspx. This is the same as product #1 above but has conductive filler in it. Depending on the primer you use under this system it can be conductive (100,000 – 1,000,000) ohms of resistance or Electro-Static Dissipative (ESD) which is 1,000,000 to 1, 000,000,000 ohms. Used in plants that produce explosive materials like ammunition, fireworks, flairs, or explosive solvents, and used in areas of sensitive electronics, like computer server buildings, avionics, electronics assembly and electronic production areas.
  3. Epoxy.com Product #2 – www.epoxy.com/2.aspx. This is similar to product #1 but with a much higher chemical resistance. This major increase in chemical resistance is offset by only a small increase in the cost of the #2 over the Product #1. The product #2 is well suited for applications like garages, machine shops, sewer tank floors, battery rooms, cooling towers, grooming shops, dog kennels and all areas where an economical chemical resistant coating is required.
  4. Epoxy.com Product #633 – www.epoxy.com/633.aspx – is a highly chemically resistant epoxy floor coating and flooring system. Like Product #1 and Product #2 is extremely durable. Product #633 is typically used in areas where containment of aggressive chemical is imperative. For example Product #633 will hold up to continuous exposure of 98% Sulfuric acid for a period of at least 6 months without loss of structural integrity. Great for secondary containment for a large number of chemicals.

     

All the systems above can go over many different types of substrates with the proper surface preparation. All of the products above are available in 17 colors and can be color matched for an additional cost. The systems above can be combined with various anti-skid materials or broadcast with silica broadcast aggregate to produce a thicker floor.

 

Chip Floor

Epoxy.com Chip Flooring – www.epoxy.com/chips.aspx – is the perfect blend of economy, durability, low maintenance, and gorgeous appearance. It uses a 100% solids pigmented epoxy base coat, a full broadcast of plastic chips, and two coats of chemical resistant clear glaze. The chemical resistant glaze also makes this easily the most non-yellow epoxy top coat available today. This easy to clean chip flooring system is best for high traffic areas where appearance, durability and low cost of ownership is a must. Chip Flooring is great for commercial and residential kitchens, bathrooms, showers, grooming shops, kennels, veterinary clinics, garage floors, show rooms, rest areas, and much more. This product can be installed with an integral cove base. Epoxy.com Chip Flooring can be installed by a contractor but easy enough to be installed by a home owner. Epoxy.com Chip Flooring can be installed in a residence but is rugged enough to be used in the most demanding commercial applications.

Quartz Flooring

Quartz Flooring Product #15 – www.epoxy.com/15.aspx has a long history of being durable, attractive and non-yellowing. I personally installed this product on high school bathroom floors in the mid 70s. These floors have held up to the test of time with little or no wear, little or no loss of shine and little to no yellowing even under the urinals. This is also available with an integral cove base

Solid Colored Flooring

These solid colored floors are based around self leveling, trowelable or double broadcast application techniques. These floors are sometimes called shop floor. They are made to be thick and extra durable under extremely harsh environments. They can be top coated with any of the systems above under coatings. This kind of flooring is available in 3 speeds of cure: normal, fast, and cold cure. Solid colored flooring is also available with an integral cove base.

Methyl Methacrylate (MMA) Flooring

The big advantage of MMA is speed of curing. Each coat of MMA will cure hard to the touch in 1-2 hours. This allows the next layer to be applied quickly and traffic to be returned to it quickly. You can even build a fast setting integral cove out of MMA resin.

I personally installed MMA on many floors with very tight schedules. One restaurant was only closed for breakfast. The project started with rotten plywood floors. At 10 PM the carpenters came in to work. They removed rotten floor and floor joists. They replaced the floor joists and the plywood. At 5 AM we went in with the flooring installation crew.  We primed the floor and sealed up the joints in the wood and the screw holes. At 6:30 AM we laid the floor. At 8 we put a glaze coating on the floor and by 10:30 the restaurant workers were on the floor prepping for lunch. The floor installation from start to traffic took just 5.5 hours.

Polyurethane Decking Systems

Polyurethane Decking – http://www.epoxy.com/elastomeric.aspx – is the system best used in areas where maximum flexibility is necessary. This is typically outdoors, waterproof applications like balconies.

Specialized Flooring

We have a number of systems that are specialized flooring like conductive and ESD (Electrostatic Dissipative) flooring – www.epoxy.com/conductive.aspx – and various hybrid systems. If your project does not seem to fit in the categories above email me at norm@epoxy.com or call us at 352-533-2167.

 

In conclusion we offer many types of seamless flooring systems, they can be used for commercial and residential applications. These systems are durable, economical, and easy to install even by homeowners. These seamless flooring systems may be made out of epoxy, polyurethane, or methyl Methacrylate (MMA). Seamless flooring systems are available in multicolored or solid colored. They range in chemical resistance from very good to resistant to aggressive chemicals. When in doubt what is right for your project send me an email at norm@epoxy.com or give me a call at 352-533-2167.


Applying New Epoxy over Old Epoxy

February 13, 2015

I frequently get calls and emails from folks who want to install our epoxy over an existing epoxy floor or coating that they have. They want to know if it is okay to go over it and what they have to do to properly prepare the surface.

If the existing epoxy is a good hard solid one that is well bonded to a well prepared substrate it is possible. On the other hand if you are replacing it, what is wrong with the existing epoxy? Has the existing epoxy been badly abused by heavy sharp objects being dragged on it? Was the exiting epoxy damaged by chemicals beyond the chemical resistance of the existing epoxy? Are you just trying to upgrade the look of the existing epoxy?

You should be concerned about going over epoxy that is coming loose from the substrate. That may mean that there was poor surface preparation. It may also mean that the quality of the epoxy might not be what it should be. You need to be concerned about epoxy that is wearing out. If it is wearing out you want to know why. My company and I personally started out as installers of epoxy. I have never seen or been made aware of any of Epoxy.com coatings and/or flooring systems that have worn out have come loose from the concrete. I have seen concrete so pounded by traffic that it came loose, but our epoxy was still attached and still doing its job. That is based on over 30 years of field experience with the products.

Back to the question, “can I put epoxy over epoxy?” I always assume that the reason that the epoxy is wearing out or coming loose is that the epoxy is low quality or the installation was poorly done or both until I can prove otherwise. The way that I do that is to attempt to grind or shot blast off the existing epoxy. If after a substantial effort the epoxy cannot be removed and I cannot hear a hollow sound under the existing epoxy, I feel I have proven that the existing material is solid and well bonded.

Let’s take a moment to discuss that dreaded hollow sound above. If the flooring system or coating is very poorly bonded you will get a sound from your grinder like you are dragging a piece of paper or a piece of stone under the grinder, or rubbing stone. When you tap it with a hammer you get a hollow higher pitch noise than you get when you tap solid concrete or a solid floor over concrete.

You must be sure that the substrate is free of all types of contamination, including but not limited to oil, grease, food fats, curing compounds, sealers, laitance, dirt, wax etc. The existing epoxy left behind must be well bonded, and sanded until it has no shine. See Epoxy Surface Preparation Procedures for more information on this subject.

The beauty of trying to get it off is you are removing all the shine and getting it ready to accept another layer of epoxy. Just before I install the new layer of epoxy I solvent wipe with xylene, let it dry. Then I recommend a coat either Epoxy.com Product #899 Primer or Epoxy.com Product #12 Chemical Resistant Primer. Then install epoxy as usual. For more surface preparation and installation tips please visit or “Where to Start” page at: http://www.epoxy.com/start/default.aspx

Related Resources on Epoxy

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Epoxy Coatings

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Epoxy Chemical Resistance Chart

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Epoxy Cold Temperature

January 29, 2015

Installing Epoxy in Coolers and Cold Temperature

Extend Epoxy Installation Season into Winter

I have spoken on this subject here before but this time of year I get a lot of calls and emails about installing epoxy in cold temperatures. Our company started out as an installation company in Vermont. Summers are very short and winters are very long in Vermont. To stay a viable company, we had to figure ways of working through the winter.

Tenting and heating areas during the winter is time consuming and expensive. The solution is found in resin products that will set in low temperatures. The most durable and cost effective options of installation at cold temperatures is Epoxy and Methyl Methacrylate.

Cold Temperature Cure Resins can also be used as a super-fast setting Resinous Mortar or Coating at normal temperatures. Our Cold Temperature Cure Resins used at normal temperature give you quick turnaround time for small jobs, or larger jobs that require a short turn-around time.

Cold Temperatures Epoxies

Cold Temperature Cure Epoxy Resins allow installation to be done at low temperatures as low as 35°F., expanding your epoxy coating and epoxy flooring installation season. Epoxy.com Cold Temperature Cure Epoxy Resins can also be used in cold storage areas like food processing areas, where the temperature cannot be raised higher than 35° F or so. Normal cured epoxy typically requires 50°F or more.

Depending on how you mix the aggregate into the products below, they can be used as a mortar for overlays, or a grout for sealing between other hardened construction materials.

Commonly Used Cold Temperature epoxies

Product #1 Cold Temperature Cure Epoxy Coating is 100% solids and specially formulated coatings for cold temperature applications. Cold Temperature Epoxy Coating #1 is able to cure at temperatures as low as 35°F. It is has Zero (0) VOCs. Since it has no VOCs, it has no solvent so it meets the strictest possible standard for a low VOC coating. It is often used in coolers and food preparation areas that require constant low temperatures. Product #1 Cold Temperature Cure Epoxy Coating is also frequently used in room temperature applications to meet super-fast cure, limited shutdown needs.

Product #10 Cold Temperature Curing Epoxy Mortar Resin – This product has a low modulus of elasticity (flexibility) and is Low Viscosity. The low viscosity allows heavy loading of the right fillers. The heavy filler loading helps not only to save money, but helps to maintain better thermal coefficient with respect to concrete and steel. The low modulus of elasticity prevents it from being brittle making it less vulnerable to thermal coefficient differences. It also gives it better impact resistance.

You can find more information on cold temperature cured epoxy at: http://www.epoxy.com/EpoxyColdCured.aspx.


Seamless Epoxy Flooring Systems Explained

August 25, 2014

Epoxy.com offers many different types of seamless flooring. We offer so many kinds that sometimes it confuses people. The purpose of this article is to explain the differences, and to help you choose the right epoxy seamless flooring system for your application. In some cases the right seamless flooring system will not even be an epoxy. It may be polyurethane or Methyl Methacrylate (MMA).

Epoxy.com Epoxy Chip Flooring in VT rest area.

Epoxy.com Epoxy Chip Flooring on a VT Interstate Rest Area – Taken over 15 years after installation.


Epoxy Floor Coatings

Epoxy coatings can be effective flooring systems. Using Epoxy as a flooring system you need a 100% solids, zero voc, hard durable coating. You also want a coating that is available in multiple colors. These floor coatings can last for decades, so you want to pick a color that you like. Properly installed you will be looking at this floor coating for a very long time. This kind of flooring system is available in the following options:

  1. Epoxy.com Product #1 – www.epoxy.com/1.htm – meets all the criteria above. It has good chemical resistance, and excellent cost to benefit ratio. Great for warehouses, in areas with high traffic and only modest chemical exposure.
  2. Epoxy.com Product #1ESD – www.epoxy.com/1esd.aspx. This is the same as product #1 above but has conductive filler in it. Depending on the primer you use under this system it can be conductive (100,000 – 1,000,000) ohms of resistance or Electro-Static Dissipative (ESD) which is 1,000,000 to 1, 000,000,000 ohms. Used in plants that produce explosive materials like ammunition, fireworks, flairs, or explosive solvents, and used in areas of sensitive electronics, like computer server buildings, avionics, electronics assembly and electronic production areas.
  3. Epoxy.com Product #2 – www.epoxy.com/2.aspx. This is similar to product #1 but with a much higher chemical resistance. This major increase in chemical resistance is offset by only a small increase in the cost of the #2 over the Product #1. The product #2 is well suited for applications like garages, machine shops, sewer tank floors, battery rooms, cooling towers, grooming shops, dog kennels and all areas where an economical chemical resistant coating is required.
  4. Epoxy.com Product #633 – www.epoxy.com/633.aspx – is a highly chemically resistant epoxy floor coating and flooring system. Like Product #1 and Product #2 is extremely durable. Product #633 is typically used in areas where containment of aggressive chemical is imperative. For example Product #633 will hold up to continuous exposure of 98% Sulfuric acid for a period of at least 6 months without loss of structural integrity. Great for secondary containment for a large number of chemicals.

     

All the systems above can go over many different types of substrates with the proper surface preparation. All of the products above are available in 17 colors and can be color matched for an additional cost. The systems above can be combined with various anti-skid materials or broadcast with silica broadcast aggregate to produce a thicker floor

 

Chip Floor

Epoxy.com Chip Flooring – www.epoxy.com/chips.aspx – is the perfect blend of economy, durability, low maintenance, and gorgeous appearance. It uses a 100% solids pigmented epoxy base coat, a full broadcast of plastic chips, and two coats of chemical resistant clear glaze. The chemical resistant glaze also makes this easily the most non-yellow epoxy top coat available today. This easy to clean chip flooring system is best for high traffic areas where appearance, durability and low cost of ownership is a must. Great for commercial and residential kitchens, bathrooms, showers, grooming shops, kennels, veterinary clinics, garage floors, show rooms, rest areas, and much more. This product can be installed with an integral cove base. Epoxy.com Chip Flooring can be installed by a contractor but easy enough to be installed by a home owner. Epoxy.com Chip Flooring can be installed in a residence but is rugged enough to be used in the most demanding commercial applications.

Quartz Flooring

Quartz Flooring Product #15 – www.epoxy.com/15.aspx has a long history of being durable, attractive and non-yellowing. I personally installed this product on high school bathroom floors in the mid 70s. These floors have held up to the test of time with little or no wear, little or no loss of shine and little to no yellowing even under the urinals. This is also available with an integral cove base

Solid Colored Flooring

These solid colored floors are based around self leveling, trowelable or double broadcast application techniques. These floors are sometimes called shop floor. They are made to be thick and extra durable under extremely harsh environments. They can be top coated with any of the systems above under coatings. This kind of flooring is available in 3 speeds of cure: normal, fast, and cold cure. Solid colored flooring is also available with an integral cove base.

Methyl Methacrylate (MMA) Flooring

The big advantage of MMA is speed of curing. Each coat of MMA will cure hard to the touch in 1-2 hours. This allows the next layer to be applied quickly and traffic to be returned to it quickly. You can even build a fast setting integral cove out of MMA resin.

I personally installed MMA on one kitchen floor with a very tight schedule. The restaurant was only closed for breakfast. The project started with rotten plywood floors. At 10 PM the carpenters came in to work. They removed rotten floor and floor joists. They replaced the floor joists and the plywood. At 5 AM I went in with my crew and we primed the floor and sealed up the joints in the wood and the screw holes. At 6:30 AM we laid the floor. At 8 we put a glaze coating on the floor and by 10:30 the restaurant workers were on the floor prepping for lunch. The floor installation from start to traffic took just 5.5 hours.

Polyurethane Decking Systems

Polyurethane Decking – http://www.epoxy.com/elastomeric.aspx – is the system best used in areas where maximum flexibility is necessary. This is typically outdoors, waterproof applications like balconies.

Specialized Flooring

We have a number of systems that are specialized flooring like conductive and ESD (Electrostatic Dissipative) flooring – www.epoxy.com/conductive.aspx – and various hybrid systems. If your project does not seem to fit in the categories above email me at norm@epoxy.com or call us at 352-533-2167.

 

In conclusion we offer many types of seamless flooring systems, they can be used for commercial and residential applications. These systems are durable, economical, and easy to install even by homeowners. These seamless flooring systems may be made out of epoxy, polyurethane, or methyl Methacrylate (MMA). Seamless flooring systems are available in multicolored or solid colored. They range in chemical resistance from very good to resistant to aggressive chemicals. When in doubt what is right for your project send me an email at norm@epoxy.com or give me a call at 352-533-2167.


Epoxy.com Seamless Epoxy Garage Flooring

August 23, 2010

Epoxy Garage Flooring Systems

Highest Quality Most Durable Garage Flooring Systems

Seamless Flooring and Seamless Epoxy Coatings – At Highly Affordable Prices


Epoxy.com offers a wide variety of Epoxy Garage Flooring products. We combine these products with related technologies, to
provide a wide variety of solutions to your Epoxy Garage Flooring needs.

Every Epoxy Garage Floor job is slightly different. The needs of each individual owner of the soon to be installed Epoxy Garage Floor has specific needs. The minimum requirement for all Epoxy Garage Floor Systems that Epoxy.com offers is that, when properly installed, are highly durable.
Selection of product needs will also need to balance the following needs:

  • Your surface preparation requirements and conditions
  • Your Aesthetic Requirements
  • Your Budget Requirements.

Sealers

MAJOR USES

  • Parking garage decks, and ramps
  • Shop and warehouse floors
  • Floors where food processing occurs
  • Columns and beams
  • Residential Epoxy Garage Floors
  • Whenever new or old concrete must be protected from the effects of chloride ion penetration, free water, water-born contaminants, freezing and thawing, petroleum products, and abrasion.

Epoxy Garage Floor Sealing Systems give you the most “bang for the buck”. They are low cost, easy to use and very durable. Epoxy.com offers this system in two formats:Epoxy.com Product #223 Water Based Curing Compound, Sealer and Bonding Agent is a two component water based epoxy curing that is used to both cure and seal concrete and to bond freshly placed concrete to existing concrete.

ADVANTAGES

  • Water based – Low V.O.C.
  • Excellent Adhesion to Damp Concrete
  • Prevents Intrusion of water, salts and chlorides
  • Easy to use 1 to 1 mix ratio
  • Can be brushed, rolled or sprayed
  • Long Pot life
  • No Reduction Needed For Spraying
  • Easy Water Cleanup

Epoxy.com Product #870 Epoxy Sealer is a two-component penetrating epoxy sealer (with very high solids) designed for superior protection of new concrete or for prolonging the serviceability of partially-deteriorated concrete. The sealer is a low to medium viscosity material and is capable of providing an effective membrane barrier to inhibit moisture migration and corrosive chemical penetration. In the cured state Epoxy.com Product #870 allows moisture vapor transmission; it seals off moisture entry but still allows the concrete to breath. When applied to concrete placed and finished in accordance with standards defined in ACI 201 (Guide to Durable Concrete), Product #870 realy improves wear resistance of the concrete surface, slows down the corrosion of reinforcing steel and adds many years’ life to the structure. Poduct #870 has a solids content of 50% after curing. It may be applied to dry surfaces at temperatures of 40°F (0°C) or above.

ADVANTAGES

  • High Solid Content – makes the product very cost effective
  • Prevents Intrusion of water, salts and chlorides
  • Easy to use 1 to 1 mix ratio
  • Can be brushed, rolled or sprayed
  • Quick Setting
  • Can be Reduced if required

Solid Colored Epoxy Garage Floor Coatings

Epoxy.com Solid Colored Epoxy Garage Floor Coating Systems are perhaps the most versatile of all Epoxy Garage Floor Systems. Properly installed they are not effected by hot tires. Properly installed Epoxy.com Solid Colored Epoxy Garage Floor Coating Systems will last for generations. It may very well be the last Epoxy Garage Floor Coating that you will ever have to install.

  • Solid Colored Epoxy Garage Floor Coating Systems can be installed as a smooth ceramic like finished Epoxy Garage Floor.
  • Colored Epoxy Garage Floor Coating Systems can be installed with the addition of an anti-skid which is available in both fine and course.
  • The 100% Solids Colored Epoxy Garage Floor Coating Systems can be installed as a single broadcast system.
    This will create a Colored Epoxy Garage Floor Coating Systems that is about 1/16 inch thick.
  • The 100% Solids Colored Epoxy Garage Floor Coating Systems can be installed as a double or even triple broadcast system. Each broadcast adds about 1/16 inch to the total thickness.

Epoxy.com has hundreds of products. So there are too many possible Colored Epoxy Garage Floor Coating Systems
to list them all here. The products that are most commonly used to create Colored Epoxy Garage Floor Coating Systems are:

  • Product #1 AllPurpose Coating – a 100% solids epoxy Hi-Build epoxy coating used for high foot and light to moderate forklift and indoor vehicular traffic areas where abrasion resistance is required; for protection against mild corrosion; and as a decorative waterproof coating for Epoxy Garage Floors, steel and concrete tanks, etc Available in normal, fast, and Cold Temperature Cure versions. Can be used for all 4 types of Solid Colored Epoxy Floor Coating Systems listed above. This product is available in 15 standard colors plus black and white, for a total of 17 standard colors. Zero(0) VOC Epoxy.
  • Product #2 Chemical Resistant Coating – a two component, 100% solids epoxy chemical resistant coating used to protect chemical
    concrete, steel and other structural materials from non-oxidizing acids and alkalines for both interior and exterior applications. Available in normal, fast, and Cold Temperature Cure. Can be used for all 4 types of Solid Colored Epoxy Floor Coating Systems listed above. This product is available in 15 standard colors plus black and white, for a total of 17 standard colors. Zero (0) VOC Epoxy.
  • Product #222 Water Based Epoxy – Epoxy.com Product #222 WATER BASED EPOXY COATING is a two component 100% reactive water based multifunctional epoxy resin coating. Product #222 is manufactured to produce the utmost in performance in a safe, water borne coating. Product #222 provides excellent resistance to salt intrusion, and excellent adhesion to most common construction substrates. Stock color for this product is gray. It is available in white, black and other shades of gray with a large enough order and enough lead time. Best if used for high build coating systems. Not as nearly as good for broadcast systems as Epoxy.com Product #1, Product #2, or Product #315NH. Water cleanup, makes this the easiest of all Epoxy.com Solid Colored Epoxy Garage Floor Systems.
  • Epoxy.com #315NH is a 100%solids, moisture-insensitive epoxy coating. EPOXY.COM #315NH mixed at 2 :1 by volume ratio, produces an excellent coating for dry or damp concrete, wood, or steel surfaces. Epoxy.com #315NH is available in a summer grade and winter grade formulation. It can be used as a stand alone coating or as a base coat for Epoxy.com chip floor. The only stock color for Epoxy.com Product #315NH is gray. No part of the Product #315NH is considered a hazmat for shipping purposes, so it can be shipped by most standard shipping methods, and to most countries. It is available in white, black and other shades of gray with a large enough order and enough lead time. Can be used for all 4 types of Solid Colored Epoxy Floor Coating Systems listed above. Zero
    (0) VOC Epoxy. Not a Hazmat to ship.

Epoxy Garage Chip Flooring Systems

Arguably the most cost effective, durable, and attractive Epoxy Garage
Flooring System available to day is Epoxy.com Chip
Flooring System
. Multi-Colored Epoxy Garage Floors have a special role to
play in interior design. The heavy technical demands made on floors often make
the use of certain decorative products simply impossible. The use of color
chips can change all that! Color chips are increasingly being used in
combination with “wet” products such as Epoxy.com Product #315 Polymeric
Multi-Colored Chip Floor Resurfacing System
to create decorative floors
with more to offer than other ornamental products…Quality! Due to their easy
application, these products can be used by both professionals and skilled
do-it-yourself enthusiasts.

Note: This product is not available in retail (off the shelf)
outlets. It is only available from select authorized applicator/distributors
or directly from
Epoxy.com, who will give you the technical support that
you need to install it properly. Get the
REAL THING.
Be sure it has the Epoxy.com logo on the label.

Epoxy Garage Flooring – Quartz

Epoxy.com Epoxy Garage Flooring with Quartz –
www.epoxy.com/15.htm, is a highly durable and
economical Epoxy Garage Flooring System that is rugged enough for even the
most demanding commercial applications of Epoxy Garage Flooring.

The backbone of the Epoxy.com Epoxy Garage Flooring
system with Quartz is Epoxy.com Product #15. Product #15 has been used
in demanding applications for over 30 years. It can be found in high
school bathrooms where it was installed in the late 70’s. The very
floors that were installed in the 70’s have shown virtually no wear and no
yellowing. You cannot do say that about typical Epoxy Quartz Flooring
Systems.

Summary

Epoxy.com believes in the Right Product for the Right Job. You do not have to accept a cookie cutter solution
to your Epoxy Garage Floor. We offer many options. Above we are just a few possible solutions. Please call Epoxy.com
Technical Support at 352-533-2167 and let us help you design the right system for your Epoxy Garage Floor.

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