Epoxy Floors for Durable Interior and Exterior Flooring Solutions
Citrus Curb Appeal can tranform your concrete floors into visually appealing flooring alternatives with epoxy floor coatings.
Our unique epoxy flooring system creates high quality, durable surfaces which are easy to maintain and resistant against climate. Our epoxy floors also stand up to repeated buffing, waxing and polishing. Our epoxy floorings can be installed over existing concrete, interior or exterior.
Where can epoxy be installed? - Epoxy flooring can be installed on Garage Floors, Kitchens, Basements, Stoops, Patios, Locker Rooms, Stairs, Workshops and many other residential and commercial spaces.
What is epoxy flooring! Epoxy coating is a flooring system that is comprised of both resins and hardeners. When combined, these two components create strong, firm surfaces which bind well to concrete flooring and most other substrates. Epoxy floor coatings provide premium decorative flooring solutions that are resistant to heavy wear and tear. Due to industrial strength features, epoxy floors are utilized for a variety of applications, both residential and commercial.
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The Many BENEFITS OF EPOXY FLOORING!
Aesthetic Appeal - Epoxy flooring options are available in a variety of attractive colors which allow home and business owners to incorporate a unique design into their flooring, without compromising quality.
Low Maintenance - Epoxy flooring is ideal for a number of flooring applications due to its easy cleaning features. Epoxy floors have a smooth surface, allowing for quick wipe ups when needed. Easily remove dust, dirt, or debris and have a hygienic, dirt and germ-free surface when you choose epoxy.
Durability - Epoxy coatings result in a durable surface perfect for nearly any application. Our epoxy floors will last for years to come, even when used in high traffic areas.
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