Turn your boring concrete floor into beautiful durable floors with epoxy flooring. With over 80 colors, there is the perfect floor to enhance the decor and style of your home or business. Choose from the smooth look of marble, granite or tile, or a more textured look of stone, slate, or a flaked floor look. No matter your aesthetic, DCE Polymers will be there to create a beautiful, one-of-a-kind surface for you. Here are two ways you can add Epoxy flooring to your home or business.

Concrete Floor Coating

Epoxy floor coatings enhance any space by providing a cleaner, brighter, and better-looking environment. Floors are one of the largest physical areas of your home or business. It is important that it looks and stays nice. Epoxy coated concrete floors can hold up to the harsh conditions brought by daily use. Plus, concrete floor coatings are durable and low maintenance. An Epoxy coating makes the floor easy to clean and maintain using water and a mild detergent. It can be applied to any concrete floor area, giving a hard, resilient surface that is moisture and freeze-resistant. You can also add a UV-tolerant topcoat to prevent fading and clouding over time. This ultra-low VOC green product is safe to use indoors and doesn’t harm the environment. We top it all off with a high-gloss and high-build film that provides a beautiful finish that will look great for years.

Garage Floor Coatings

Being able to customize the look of your home is one of the many benefits of homeownership. This includes the garage. Your garage goes through a lot on a day to day basis. Having an organized, attractive garage can increase the value of your home, as well as act as a mini showroom for your cool car. One option is to enhance the beauty of your garage floors with an Epoxy floor coating. More than three times stronger than standard off-the-shelf coating, Epoxy floors will withstand the test of time with durable, long-lasting coverage and a beautiful, custom high-quality finish. This unique coating looks like a stained or polished floor, but without the dirty work of polishing the concrete or the concern of having an acid stain put inside your home.