With more than 100 combined years of installing epoxy floors and epoxy coating systems for virtually every type of customer, we have developed a special skill for installing large scale epoxy floors and specialty epoxy floors that most epoxy flooring contractors cannot do. In fact, many epoxy flooring contractors in Chicago call on us to complete large scale jobs.
We welcome inquiries from builders and other flooring contractors, as well as other epoxy flooring contractors that many not have the experience or resources in-house to complete large flooring jobs or epoxy flooring jobs with highly specialized specifications. Please contact us today. We will travel to any of the continental United States for commercial flooring jobs over 10,000 square feet.
Epoxy Floor Solutions is a Chicago epoxy flooring contractor and acid stained concrete installation company. We have been installing commercial and residential flooring coating systems for many years. Our experience ranges from residential to industrial and commercial flooring such as garages, public schools and gymnasiums, hospitals, libraries, and factories. We can complete any type of epoxy flooring project, including large scale flooring projects that most epoxy flooring contractors will not or cannot undertake. We also specialize in repairing botched epoxy flooring system that have failed due to improper surface preparation or installation.
While we are unique team of high-tech flooring professionals, we are especially proud and appreciative of our residential work.
Acid stained concrete floors have been popular for several years. When applied correctly, stained concrete is beautiful and always 100% unique – in fact its imposable to ever have two floors exactly the same, just like a fingerprint.
We install acid concrete floors in Chicago, and throughout the suburbs. This style of floor is common in cafes, coffee shops, grocery stores, showrooms and retails stores.
Chicago concrete staining (such as acid staining) and epoxy coated floors (such as epoxy garage flooring) typically required a multi-step process. Not all epoxy flooring project are the same – but for a typical epoxy flooring installation, we will prep your prep your floor on the first day. After taking special care to tape off and protect relevant areas of your project space, we use grinding machines to clean and sand the surface. This can include a large grinder, and small grinder and even a hand grinder for tough to reach edges & corners.
On the second day, we apply a thick coat of commercial grade waterproofing sealer. This is followed by covering any cracks with a filler to ensure a smooth surface. Within 24hrs, we the apply the colored epoxy basecoat, and immediately after applying vinyl flakes with the epoxy is still in liquid form.
Sometimes we spread a sand-like anti-slip material depending on the customer. On the final day, we apply a commercial grade clear coat which serves to lock down the decorative chip, strength the system, and give your new epoxy floor the kind of finish usually seen in high-end industrial or commercial buildings.
In many cases, we also include customer logo or artwork embedded in the floor, such as logos and even unique floor patterns or custom artwork.
There is nothing more rewarding than pulling into a showroom quality garage every night. Our stunning epoxy flooring garage systems will make your garage the envy of the neighborhood. We can customize the base epoxy flooring systems colors as well as the vinyl chip flakes – in fact, there are a variety of custom colors and flake materials. We’ve even uses real copper, sterling and black onyx flakes for designer epoxy floors.
Epoxy is also a great choice for basements. A bright and shiny epoxy floor coating systems will brighten any basement and will entirely change the look and feel of a tired and dingy basement. Epoxy is a great coating for uni fished or semi-finished basement areas and is also a great coating for basement rec areas. We also have metallic epoxy flooring systems that have a comparable high-end look and feel to acid stained concrete floors.