Industrial Epoxy Flooring in Chicagoland

Choose CustomCrete for your industrial epoxy flooring project. Epoxy floors combat wear-and-tear, withstand chemicals, and can last up to three years, saving you money that otherwise would have gone toward repairs.

Epoxy floors easily cover holes, small cracks, and uneven surfaces on your floor. This durable, versatile flooring boasts many color and pattern options and presents a smooth appearance. In addition, the epoxy floor coating makes it easy to clean spills.

Defend Your Flooring

Epoxy also protects your floor from debris, making it less likely for bacteria to invade the concrete. Epoxy is a great line of defense for your floor—it creates a barrier, which protects your concrete from stains, cracks, and grease.

Floor Safety

Epoxy will keep your floor safe in three ways. First, it is capable of increasing the surface strength from nearly 3,000 pounds per square inch to 10,000 pounds per square inch. Second, epoxy provides superior resistance to bleach, transmission fluid, water, and heat. Third, the material enables enhanced visibility thanks to its ability to reflect light off of the floor.

Affordable Cost

After installation, as long as you take care of the epoxy coating, the investment will pay off. It won’t cost you hefty maintenance fees down the road.

Easy Cleaning

Whether you’re using a vacuum, broom, or mop, cleaning epoxy floor coating is simple. The easiest way to clean epoxy floors is to use either detergent and water or soap. It’s important not to use acidic products because they could cause the surface to dull. It’s also good practice to cover concrete as this reduces dust and cement particles that latch onto other surfaces within your home.

Leave it to our pro’s for industrial epoxy flooring services in Chicagoland. Contact Custom Crete today for a quote.

CustomCrete Service Areas: Chicagoland, Chicago, Evanston, Arlington Heights, Wilmette, Oak Park, Cicero, Burbank, Carol Stream, Bartlett, Wheaton, St. Charles, Aurora, Naperville, Bolingbrook, Oswego, Chicago Heights, Harvey, Orland Park, Tinley Park, Waukegan, Gurnee, Antioch, Lake Forest, Highland Park, Buffalo Grove, Wheeling, Rockford, Freeport, Roscoe, Belvidere, Marengo, Harvard, and Woodstock.

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