Epoxy Flooring Specialists is proud to be Indiana's leader in the fine art of resinous flooring systems. By offering a wide variety of flooring treatments together with our high-strength epoxy and polyaspartic resins, we are able to offer residential and commercial customers a safe, durable, easy to clean and decorative alternative for garages, basements, and other concrete substrate applications - both new and old.
Our skilled flooring installers - backed by years of commercial experience, and our state-of-the-art equipment, assures you will receive the best possible installation available today. Don't worry about the weather - we do installations any time of year. We're not a jack-of-all-trades, we truly are specialists in flooring technology and application.
Add resale value and beauty to your home, new or existing. Contact us today for a free, no-obligation estimate.
ADD VALUE TO YOUR HOME
The name says it all. Rather than offer storage cabinets and shelving, wood decks, vinyl siding and replacement windows, co-owners Todd and Mark Lewis decided to do what they know best. As specialists in resinous flooring systems, you can be sure you will be getting the quality and expertise that comes with years of experience. Over 40 years - to be exact. You might say that Todd and Mark grew up in the business. Their father, Mike Lewis began a commercial epoxy flooring operation in 1974.
After gaining the experience of years in their father's commercial epoxy flooring business, Todd and Mark recognized the increased demand for quality epoxy flooring in the residential market. As they say, the rest is history.
Along with years of experience, Epoxy Flooring Specialists uses modern state-of-the-art equipment - the best that's available - specific to the installation of resinous floor systems. In addition, the installation crews are trained in the same proven techniques learned through years of experience. Todd and Mark are both hands-on, so you will see one or both of the owners when your floor is installed - which ensures that promises made will be promises kept.
Contact the Epoxy Flooring Specialists today for information or for a free, no-obligation estimate and see what a difference a specialist can make!
• Adds beauty to concrete surfaces
• Seals and protects entire surface
• Professional, seamless appearance
• Chemically resistant to almost all household and automotive chemicals
• Safer, slip-resistant texture
• Adds re-sale value to home
• Enhances and strengthens surface
• Easy to clean and maintain
• Available in several styles and colors
• Ideal for residential and commercial applications
IT'S ALL IN THE PROCESS
The most important part of ensuring the quality and long life of your new flooring system begins here on Day 1. Photo 1- Shows before the process. Photo 2 - Shows the scarification process with a modern vacuum Diamond Grinding System machine. This process removes a thin layer of concrete, along with stains, dirt and oils, and allows for a superior mechanical bond with primer/base coat - a bond which cannot be achieved with harmful chemicals and water-based cleaners.
Photo 3 - Vacuuming floor to remove any dust and debris left from scarification and grinding. Photo 4 - Patching in divots and cracks. Photo 5 - Shows cutting in the tight areas Photo 6 - Shows applying the primer/base coat Photo 7 - Broadcasting the flakes. Photo 8 - Shows finished Day 1.
On Day 2, Photo 1 - Shows scraping the loose chips. Photo 2 - Vacuuming the scraped chips. Photo 3 - Trimming out the edges. Photo 4 - Squeegeeing the clear protective coating and backrolling to provide an even finish. Photo 5 - Shows the completed flooring.
Epoxy Flooring Specialists offer a wide variety of colors to match most any decor. In addition custom color matching is available upon request.
*Note: Colors shown are approximations and will vary due to product selected, finish, and texture.
METAL ESSENCE METALLIC
MOTHER OF PEARL
Q: Why do I need a new floor?
A: Over time, even the best concrete floors begin to deteriorate and revert back to the ingredients comprising concrete, (sand, gravel and water), causing divots, cracks and chips. A professionally applied floor will seal and protect the concrete from elements that break down the floor as well as provide an easy to clean, aesthetic appearance.
Q: How long does the entire application process take?
A: Generally 1 to 3 days, depending upon the type of floor treatment you choose.
Q: I understand the value and convenience of a resinous flooring system, but what things should I be prepared for before the installation process begins?
A: As in any worthwhile home repair or remodeling project (carpeting, painting, replacement windows, etc.), there are a few minor inconveniences - household goods/autos will have to me moved off the floor for the duration of the installation/curing process (3 to 4 days at most for installation & curing), and there will be some odor which will dissipate after the floor cures. However, as in any similar project, the benefits far outweigh the temporary inconvenience.
Q: Will it create a lot of dust?
A: There will be some dust, but minimal. The modern equipment we use to prep the concrete all runs on a vacuum system. In addition, as dust and other foreign matter is unwanted during the application process our installation team will be diligent in removing and keeping dust to a minimum.
Q: Will the surface be slippery?
A: The floor surface texture can be made to your specification, as smooth or textured as you like. Smooth surfaces, though slightly easier to broom can be slippery when wet. Texturing can be applied to greatly enhance traction.
Q. How long will the new floor take to dry?
A: You'll be able to walk on your new floor 24 hours after completion of the final application. After 72 hours the floor will be sufficiently cured to allow for your automobiles and household items.
Q: Will the application of a new floor installation change the grade or level of the floor?
A: No, the coating will follow the contour of the floor, however, we do repair cracks, holes and divots before applying the epoxy flooring.