When you call an epoxy flooring contractor, it?s understood that you want to get down to brass tacks, ?what?s my floor gonna COST?? We take that question head on. Here are a few factors that can go in to pricing a job. What?s the surface prep like? Does the slab have good integrity? Are there cracks or crumbling? Is there paint or glue or epoxy on the floor currently? These are all factors that can lead to a lot more work on our part. We have to make the epoxy porous so the epoxy binds to the concrete, that way you get the most out of your floor.
How much traffic will you have on the floor?
Is there a requirement such as quartz, flake, metallic?
All of these things go in to cost, we want to make your that your floor fits your individual needs. The cost of a floor can range anywhere from $3.50 a square foot to $20.00 a square foot based on the factors we mentioned above. All of our epoxy systems include grinding and a three-part?epoxy system
Here are a couple of our objectives.
- The floors need to aesthetically appealing and durable.
- The floors should also be able to withstand high foot traffic and/ or vehicle traffic
- The floors should be scratch resistant and stain resistant.
- The floors should be resistant to impact and abrasion.
- The floors should be resistant to chemical, oil and grease spills
- The floors should be resistant to dust, dirt, mold mildew and other allergens.
Epoxy flooring is the best solution to these requirements.
But how much does epoxy flooring for a commercial or industrial space cost? There are several factors that affect epoxy flooring cost. One thing is sure though, in the long term, epoxy flooring is a cost effective flooring option.