Custom Metallic Countertops!

Epoxy Countertops are Spectacular!

Install Metallic Floors!

The design options for metallic floors are endless!

Quartz Systems

Quartz Provides a Non-Slip Surface

Colorflake in your Garage

Colorflake adds a non-slip surface, and epoxy adds an easy surface to clean up oil and other spills.

Commercial, Industrial, Instituional, and Residential Flooring

Epoxy flooring is your alternative to carpet, tile, and laminate flooring.

What is epoxy flooring, you might ask?  Epoxy flooring completely seals your concrete floors.  If you’re tired of pet stained carpets, broken tiles, and gaps in your laminate floors, epoxy flooring is your answer.

It’s great against spills, dirt, bacteria, pet stains and odors.  It’s totally waterproof!

Install it throughout your home or business.  We have colorflake options for your garage.  There is a non-slip quartz sand option for around pools, walkways, and commercial kitchens.  We also have metallic epoxy.  It’s great for show rooms, restaurants, living rooms, and any room in your home.

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PurEpoxy is a leading North American manufacturer of high-quality liquid polymer products for commercial, industrial and residential projects. Our products are used to make decorative coatings, concrete repair compounds, chips and quartz floor systems.

Our products are also competitively priced – so you get both high quality and cost-effectiveness. Plus, our experienced team of experts is on hand to answer your questions and provide assistance.

Our easy-to-use products facilitate floor-coating and restoration and deliver professional results. We continuously improve our products by offering the highest quality floor coatings at a very competitive prices and fast turnaround time to respond to the different demands of the industry. PurEpoxy polyaspartic and epoxy concrete coating systems offer consistency while providing owners with long-lasting durable finishes.

Solid color epoxy flooring.  For those that like to keep it simple, solid colored epoxy floors are it.

metallic flooring

Metallic epoxy flooring.  This is for those who like a little more design in their surroundings.

non-slip quartz

Non-slip quartz embedded in epoxy.  This system is great for decks, around the pool and commercial kitchens.

colorflake

Colorflake embedded in epoxy.  This system is perfect for garages.  It’s non-slip and makes oil and other spills easy to clean.

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Epoxy Flooring In Garages, Bedrooms, Hallways, Kitchens, Bathrooms, Patios, Walk-ways, and More!

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Portfolio

Check out some of our latest epoxy projects,

from residential to commercial, and more.

Watch some of videos that teach you step by step,

how to epoxy a floor from start to finish.

FREE QUOTE

Tired of pet stained carpets?  Tired of cracked tiles?  We have your solution!  Epoxy floors!  Epoxy seals your floors completely.  Epoxy protects against: Dirt, spills, bacteria, and pet stains & odors.

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