Residential Epoxy Flooring in Windsor


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Epoxy: A Popular Flooring Choice For Windsor Homeowners

Wood, carpeting, and tile are traditional home flooring options. For areas that are used primarily for storage such as a garage or basement, simple concrete is what you'll find most often. However, these are not your only choices. Epoxy flooring is rapidly growing in popularity as a cost-effective option for those that want a flooring material that's both durable and aesthetically pleasing, as well as easy to install, and highly customizable. 

Benefits of Installing an Epoxy Floor in Your Windsor Home

  • Fast installation 
  • Available in a variety of colors
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • Resistant to scratches, scuffs, or cracks
  • Slip-resistant (especially compared to concrete)
  • Resistant to spills, stains, and chemicals
  • Long-lasting
  • Affordable compared to most other flooring systems
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Epoxy Floor Options

Many homeowners choose to install epoxy flooring because it’s not only functional, but it can also brighten up a space and add provide a finished look to otherwise unfinished-looking spaces. Garage floors, for example, tend to get riddled with dirt, debris, and oil stains. Installing an epoxy floor can significantly transform this space by making it easier to keep clean and tidy while also streamlining the transition from outdoors to indoors.

Like other flooring options, there’s a wide variety of choices with epoxy. You can choose from hundreds of different color options, plus you can add different types of vinyl flakes to enhance traction. The epoxy can also be applied in different patterns to create a customized floor that is visually appealing and fits in with your existing design.

High-Performance Epoxy

Epoxy Colorado installs high-performance epoxy flooring systems for spaces that receive a lot of physical attention. In high-use areas, traditional flooring can become worn, scratched, and stained. With our team installing your epoxy floor, we will install a system that will be ideal for your specific needs. You can even choose from over 200 different colors and designs.

Epoxy with Vinyl Flake

Flake flooring is an excellent coating option for Northern Colorado customers who want to improve traction on their garage floor. To create this one-of-a-kind finish, vinyl flakes are applied to a specially prepared tinted polyaspartic base coat; the floor is then sealed with clear, high-solids polyaspartic for a beautiful gloss finish. The resulting floor has all of the benefits of an epoxy floor with the additional slip-resistant benefit.

Metallic Epoxy

Our metallic epoxy coating gives a brilliant finish to any existing concrete surface. Metallic epoxy is a 100% solid epoxy coating engineered with metallic additives to produce a dynamic color-changing effect. Customers seeking an exceptional finish for their floor will be captivated by the way metallic epoxy can dramatically transform any surface.

Additional Flooring Options From Epoxy Colorado

Polished concrete

Polishing concrete is the ideal way to improve your floor’s resilience and longevity while maintaining the industrial look and feel of concrete. This process creates a smooth, sealed surface that will eliminate airborne silica dust and resist staining. Many Northern Colorado customers choose to add a polyaspartic sealant for additional protection from staining.
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Exterior Concrete Seal

In Colorado, the freeze/thaw cycle will ruin a decorative concrete finish faster than anything else. Warm temperatures during the day and freezing temperatures at night cause expansion in the concrete, which ultimately leads to popouts, spalling, and scaling. Pavix penetrating sealer will protect the concrete from moisture and strengthen it to ensure the longevity of the finish.

Polyaspartic Floor Coatings

Epoxy isn’t your only option when it comes to highly durable floor coatings. Polyaspartic is another alternative that consists of a combination of materials resembling polyurethane. Developed in the 1990s, polyaspartic is known for its quick drying time, UV resistance, and smooth glossy finish.

Many people choose polyaspartic as the ideal coating for a garage floor due to its resistance to extreme temperatures, stains, and UV light. Although it can be more expensive than epoxy, depending on the type you choose, it can provide superior durability and long-lasting protection to floors that are subjected to a lot of abuse.

Another benefit of choosing polyaspartic floor coating for your home garage, basement, or other space, is the fact that it has a low amount of volatile organic compounds or VOCs. What does that mean for you? It means that you and your family won’t be subjected to the strong, chemical smell often associated with other types of floor coatings.

Thinking that polyaspartic sounds like the best choice for your home improvement project? Contact Epoxy Colorado to learn more about polyaspartic or to get a free estimate on professional installation at your Windsor home.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Although epoxy floors have been around for quite some time, residential application is still somewhat new. The following is a list of some of the most frequently asked questions we hear from homeowners. If you have another question that was not addressed here, or if you would like to talk with us and get a free estimate, we would love to hear from you.

How Long Does an Epoxy Floor Last?

Epoxy floors are prized for their durability. Even concrete, which you might think is the most durable, will get stained, cracked, and chipped. Epoxy, on the other hand, is resistant to all of these things and made to last for years and even decades. 

There are several factors that go into determining how well an epoxy floor will withstand the test of time. For a standard residential home, an epoxy floor can look great for the full-time you own your home. For high-traffic industrial or commercial areas, the lifespan can be shorter, but it will likely still be longer than most other flooring systems.

Can I Install an Epoxy Floor Myself?

DIY projects can be fun and even save you some money. But, in the case of installing an epoxy floor, trying to do it yourself is not a good idea. First, a professional installer will use a higher grade of materials that are designed to last longer. Second, professionals have the skills and experience necessary to ensure proper prep and installation of the flooring. Proper prepping of the area is essential for a quality finished product that looks and performs to expectations. Finally, you may think that you can save money if you install it yourself, but unless you’re experienced, it’s will take you far longer to get the job done and you run the risk of making costly mistakes. Save yourself time and potential problems by finding a professional installer to do the job for you. You’ll be glad you did!

What are the Best Areas for Epoxy Flooring?

Most people are familiar with epoxy for a garage floor, but its use isn’t limited to that one space. Basements are another area that are perfect for epoxy floors. That’s because epoxy can make an otherwise dark and dingy space look clean and bright. Even in the dry climate of Colorado, mold is common in basement areas. Adding a layer of epoxy to your concrete floor is a great way to prevent moisture and mold growth.

Basements and garages are the most common places to install epoxy floors, but their benefits can extend into just about any area of your home. Consider a decorative epoxy floor as part of your laundry room, kitchen, bathroom, outdoor patio, or any place that you want to be easy to clean and resistant to wear and tear.

Are There Any Disadvantages to Installing an Epoxy Floor?

The advantages of installing an epoxy floor are many, but there are a few things you’ll want to consider before you decide it’s the right choice for you. First, although epoxy floors are known to be slip-resistant, this primarily applies to water-based spills. Oil that is spilled on epoxy can make for a very slippery surface that is dangerous to walk on. That’s why many people choose to add vinyl flakes to their epoxy floor. It not only enhances traction, but it also looks great!

Second, if you're an avid DIY'er, you might be disappointed to hear that installing an epoxy floor is something that is best left to the professionals. It’s quite a bit more complicated than just painting the floor. Working with an experienced installer such as Epoxy Colorado will save you time and ensure you get high–quality, long-lasting results you desire.

Choose Epoxy Colorado For Epoxy Installation in Windsor

If you’re looking to have a new epoxy floor installed in your Windsor home, save yourself the time and hassle by hiring an experienced team to do it right. At Epoxy Colorado, we’re dedicated to providing our customers with the professionalism and attention to detail you simply won’t get anywhere else. We install both commercial and residential epoxy floors of all types and we look forward to making your vision of having a beautiful, durable floor a reality.

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