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EPOXY FLOORING

Durable, easy to clean, and beautiful for your basement, garage, or work room

PREPARATION IS KEY

The majority of any flooring project is spent doing prep work, especially when installing epoxy flake flooring. If you or your concrete contractor skip this crucial step, your epoxy floor will start to peel or chip in just a few months. Epoxy Floors by Welch takes the time to ensure your floor will look great for decades.

Prepare Floors

PREPARE

We use shot blasters and diamond grinders to strip and profile surfaces to properly prepare them for coatings and overlays.

Repair Floors

REPAIR

Next, we knock out any loose concrete and fill cracks or divots with a specialized product.

Clean Floors

CLEAN

Before installing our flooring products, we thoroughly clean your surface after grinding it down and filling cracks or divots.

Too many floor companies pass over proper preparation by using an acid etch to clean the floor. They’re too worried about saving time and money instead of giving you the right care and attention your project needs. As a result, the acid etch won’t thoroughly profile your floor and will cause bonding issues down the road.

Don’t set your floor up for failure in the future. Choose Epoxy Floors by Welch, because we handle our preparation the right way on the first try so you won’t have to worry later.

OUR PROCESS

After preparation, we add the base of the floor coat then color flake broadcast and finally a durable polyaspartic top coat. All of these layers work together to adhere to your floor surface and protect it for years to come. Epoxy Floors by Welch uses the right materials that are proven to withstand more foot traffic and elements than the competition.

Epoxy Flooring Diagram

THE BEST QUALITY

Next to customer service, what we pride ourselves the most on is delivering high-quality products to the Kansas City area. We truly care about our work to the fullest extent so you can trust you only get the most exceptional products and craftsmanship. We’re confident that Epoxy Floors by Welch installs the best of the best flooring systems.

 

HIGH SOLID EPOXY COATING

What makes our products stand out? Unlike other concrete companies, we don’t use any cheap, water-based solutions. We only use high-solid epoxy coatings that create a thicker, more durable surface.

PROTECTIVE TOP COAT

In addition to high-solid epoxy coating, Epoxy Floors by Welch completes our floors with a protective top coat. Once the epoxy is dry, we add a polyaspartic coating that’s 5 times stronger than the epoxy itself. This layer is also chemical resistant, UV rays resistant, and easy to clean.

COLORS AND FINISHES

While we do have more popular and common color options, we can mix and match any flake combination. We understand that the ideal epoxy floor will complement your home perfectly, so we work with you to find the combo that’s just right.

COLOR OPTIONS

We assume you have a color pattern in mind for your perfect floor. First, choose from two different styles: solid color and color flake. Then, we’ll bring you a color swatch catalog to help you decide which color scheme fits your property best.

FINISHING OPTIONS

Want to give your floor an extra shine with a glossy finish? Then don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Epoxy Floors by Welch includes an optional anti-slip finish for stairs or walking paths to provide an extra layer of safety and comfort.

ANTLER

BASSETT

CABIN FEVER

CREEKBED

DOMINO

FOG

RAPIDS

RIVERSTONE

ROYALS

SABATINO

STONEHENGE

WOMBAT

JOEYS

MADRAS

MIDNIGHT

MORNING DEW

NIGHTFALL

OUTBACK

EPOXY FLAKE FLOORING IS PERFECT FOR

Garage Floors

GARAGES

Work Room Floors

WORK ROOMS

Basement Floors

BASEMENTS

Food & Beverage Facility Floors

FOOD & BEVERAGE FACILITIES

Showroom Floors

SHOWROOMS

Schools & Hospital Floors

SCHOOLS & HOSPITALS

Epoxy Flake floor in Wombat

Wombat

Epoxy Flake floor in Wombat

Wombat

garage floor epoxy floor

Domino

Outback Epoxy Flake Commercial Restroom floor

Outback

Epoxy Flake floor in Cabin Fever

Cabin Fever

Epoxy Flake laundry room floor in Cabin Fever

Cabin Fever

ASK BRANDON ABOUT EPOXY FLAKE FLOORING

We’re sure you have a lot of questions about epoxy flooring and we’re here to help every step of the way. Here are some frequently asked questions (FAQs) when it comes to epoxy flake flooring:

QUESTION

Can you explain the cost of epoxy flooring?

ANSWER

Installing epoxy floors typically starts at $5-6 per square foot. Costs can vary further based on the condition of your current floor, your color preferences, and additional surfaces you’d like coated, such as stem walls or stairs.

Damaged concrete floors will have to be patched and grinded down before we can lay epoxy. As you can imagine, the cost of this additional labor and material will depend heavily on the condition of the floor.

Additionally, we can remove any coating currently on your concrete floor: old epoxy, carpet, tile, or glue. Pricing for coating removal ranges from $0.25-1 per square foot. The price for coating stem walls depends on the height of the wall, but prices usually range between $3-5 per linear foot. Stair pricing starts at $50/step.

Our company has a wide range of color options for both color flake and solid color epoxy flooring. And if you have a unique project in mind, we happily offer custom colors for a small additional fee.

These numbers are just meant to help you estimate the cost of a new epoxy floor. For more accurate numbers depending on your project, give us a call today.

QUESTION

What is the time commitment involved in installing an epoxy floor?

ANSWER

Installing an epoxy floor in your home or garage usually takes a day and a half to complete. Of course, installation time will depend on the condition of the current floor, size of the project, and sometimes the weather if we’re installing in a garage or outdoors.

On the other hand, commercial projects will vary depending on the floor’s size. To conveniently fit around your schedule, we’re even able to work mornings or evenings.

QUESTION

How does epoxy compare to polyurea flooring?

ANSWER

High-solid epoxy coating provides a longer-lasting floor. Polyurea might be stronger than epoxy, but it dries so quickly that it fails to grab hold of the concrete well. The key to a long-lasting floor is how well it adheres to the concrete underneath, making epoxy the better investment.

QUESTION

Is there any comparison between epoxy and garage tiles?

ANSWER

Garage tiles are a temporary solution and only good for a small portion of your floor, such as a workbench area. Unlike epoxy, garage tiles are hard to clean and allow water to seep through the cracks. This can cause mold to build up underneath the tiles. While you might not think it, garage tiles can also be very pricey compared to epoxy flooring.

We would not recommend garage tiles for your entire floor. In fact, many customers have called us to replace their garage tiles with epoxy. It’s the right investment for a better property.

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