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Epoxy Flooring Contractor in Pennsylvania

Are your floors looking worn, dirty, or damaged? Whether you have a large warehouse or a simple office, a retail store or a small hotel, quality flooring is vital to the health of your building. Pennsylvania epoxy flooring contractors remove old, worn-out floors and replace them with sleek and shiny epoxy compound. Once dry, your new floors will be smooth, even, and resistant to cracks, chemicals, stains, and scratches.

There are many reasons to replace old and damaged flooring. You want your facilities to be safe, professional, and aesthetically pleasing. One of the best things about installing epoxy floors is that it’s a ‘set it and forget it’ process. The material isn’t high maintenance and you won’t be replacing your floors again anytime soon.

With so many different types of flooring, you may be wondering what is ideal or practical for your particular setting. Because epoxy is so simple and versatile, it may very well be the best choice for your facilities.

Why consider epoxy flooring?

  • Protects surface underneath from moisture & damage
  • Water resistant and heat resistant
  • Reasonably priced
  • Quick and easy to install
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • Customizable with designs & patterns
  • Specially coated for slip resistance
  • Polished and clean-looking

Epoxy has become a favored material in commercial and industrial settings for many reasons. Installing epoxy is a fairly routine procedure, which means the installation team will be in and out before you notice any disruptions to your workplace. While its shiny surface may give the appearance of being slippery, epoxy floors can be coated with an anti-slip material that makes them perfectly safe for any area with high foot traffic. Because epoxy is poured over concrete, it creates a smooth surface that is easy to sweep, mop, or vacuum. This eliminates the potential for dirt and bacteria to collect in small cracks or crevices around your building. If you are looking to reduce the time it takes to clean the floors in your facility, epoxy is the clear answer. Unlike wood, laminate, and other types of floors, epoxy doesn’t stain or warp in the presence of water. It also stays durable under the weight of heavy machinery and industrial equipment.

Our epoxy flooring services including:

  • Small and large-scale thin-mil decorative and dust control applications
  • Medium-mil and self-leveling applications
  • 1/4-inch trowel-down remediation applications
  • Color quartz and color flake decorative applications
  • Secondary containment
  • Extreme corrosion control

Are epoxy floors expensive?

Any new flooring installation will require an up-front investment. But when considering epoxy compared to many other types of flooring, epoxy is very reasonably priced. Unlike tile or hardwood floor, epoxy requires no custom cuts or special tools, which speeds up the installation process. In addition, epoxy provides a firm layer of protection and durability that many other types of floors simply can’t match. The final cost of installing new epoxy floors will depend on the size of your floor, the current conditions, and whether or not waterproofing is needed. It’s best to talk directly to an epoxy flooring contractor in Pennsylvania to get an estimate for your specific space.

The Epoxy Flooring Process

We start by preparing the concrete, either through chemical removal of previously coated substrates, closed-circuit shot blasting, diamond grinding or wet prep and etching with water blasting. We then make sure to bridge and fair all divots, cracks, and spalls with cement or epoxy. Finally, we apply the appropriate flooring system based on your needs:

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  • Thin-mil: Primarily used in light manufacturing and warehousing environments that see moderate forklift or pallet jack traffic as well as areas that need dust control and good housekeeping.
  • Medium-mil and self-leveling: Primarily used on floors that are 30+ years old and are worn enough that a heavier coating is required to provide a new, long-lasting wearing surface.
  • 1/4 trowel-down remediation: Needed for severely deteriorated concrete caused by a harsh manufacturing environment, such as acid, chemical spills, or extremely heavy traffic.
  • Color quartz and color flake: Typically used in highly decorative and aesthetic areas such as office lobbies, laboratories, atriums, high-end food preparation areas, locker rooms and lunchrooms.
  • Secondary containment lining: Used vertically on interior walls and floors as a containment overflow barrier in areas around tank vessels housing corrosive chemicals such as hydrofluoric acid, sulfuric acid, acetone, bromine, and chlorine.
  • Extreme corrosion control: Usually a one-off, design-specific application to provide extreme and total corrosion control in and around highly destructive manufacturing processes. This system can range from FRP and stainless steel to glass and metal flake.

Pennsylvania Epoxy Flooring Contractors that Work on Your Schedule

If you’ve dealt with other restoration companies in PA or NJ, you may have had trouble scheduling the work around your business operations. You won’t have that problem with Alpine Painting and Restoration. We have staff for off-hours and weekends so we can get the work done outside of your regular business operations with minimal disruption to your weekly schedule.

Our Safety Standards are Second to None

During epoxy flooring installations, the safety of our workers and our client’s staff is of paramount importance. Our contractors are certified, insured, and extensively trained to know what safety measures need to be taken. Before embarking on any project, we make sure our jobsites are OSHA compliant, organized, and safe. Alpine is proud to be a member of ISNETWORLD since 2008. Members of ISNETWORLD must conform to the highest standards of safety, conduct, and performance. For more information on our adherence to these standards, visit our online safety guide.

The #1 Epoxy Flooring Contractors serving Pennsylvania, New Jersey & Delaware

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Investing in new flooring is a big decision, and our team can answer any questions you may have about the process. If you are looking for Pennsylvania epoxy flooring contractors, we’re here to help. We serve many industries and specialize in asset preservation in corrosive manufacturing environments.

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