Floor Epoxy

Epoxy garage floor coating in the Tampa Bay area

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Choose from our color selection your a perfect floor for your home or garage.

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We will come out to do measurements and finalize your order .


Usually take full day.

Enjoy Your New floor

Your new floor will last you for many years.



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Step 1: Choose A Style

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Coats concrete

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Step 2: Choose A Color*

*Not all colors are available in all models

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Polished concrete offers endless design possibilities. Your choice of aggregate size, color and sheen makes having a one of a kind floor as easy as 1, 2, 3!


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Request samples for each of our available Floor colors to help you choose the best complement for your Garage Floor.



How much does it cost to epoxy a garage floor?
Average Cost to Epoxy Garage Floors

A 250-square-foot, one-car garage typically costs $750 to $3,000 to epoxy. A two-car garage will average 400 to 500 square feet and cost between $1,200 and $6,000. Larger garages or older surfaces that require more coats may be more expensive.

Does epoxy garage floor increase home value?

Epoxy flooring can increase the value of your home. Potential buyers will love to have durable, shiny garage floors and might be willing to pay a higher price for a house with this type of flooring.

How long do epoxy garage floors last?
7 to 15 years
Epoxy floors are easy to clean and durable; epoxy can last 7 to 15 years in a residential garage.
Are epoxy garage floors slippery?

Epoxy floors are relatively skid resistant. … It’s specific only to oil-covered epoxy since that can be very slippery. But, they can also become very slippery when wet, which creates a dangerous situation. They are not a good choice in areas that may be prone to spills or water on the floor.


Finding the perfect garage door epoxy for your home and your lifestyle does not have to be time-consuming. Ask hour rep for the best option for your home

  • The style that’s right for you
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