Port St. Lucie Epoxy Floor Coatings | Polished Concrete
Superior Floor Coatings is a leader in the industry, servicing the Port St. Lucie area, providing coating and covering systems for residential and commercial applications. We offer a wide range of coating and covering systems to suit all your specific flooring needs. Our epoxy coating systems are fast to install, and last much, much longer than any traditional floor paints.
Whether you are looking to freshen up your tired and stained garage floor or provide a clean, hygiene free environment for the kids. Our epoxy flooring products and solutions will allow you to maintain an aesthetically pleasing floor while proving to be much more cost effective than other floor products including tiles, vinyl, floor paint and carpet. Feel free to call or text us: 772-207-9668, Fill out our simple contact form or e-mail us Directly.
If you think obtaining a beautiful, damage resistant and sanitary epoxy floor is a major problem that can hardly be resolved and costs a lot, think twice because you might just get the answer, right here, right now. Your concrete floor coating project in the Port Saint Lucie area deserves a proper and cost-efficient plan. Complete and effective surface preparation will help bring optimum results. At Superior Floor Coatings, we strive to deliver quality epoxy coatings including preparation, crack repair, proper installation and protective finishes at a reasonable cost.
Our Commercial Floor Coating division specializes in floor coating systems for a wide range of industrial floor requirements from food processing to heavy manufacturing. We have experience in transportation, pharmaceutical and light manufacturing as well. Common applications include Automotive Showrooms, Chemical Processing, Food Processing, Educational Facilities, Health Care Facilities, Warehouses, Manufacturing, Secondary Containment and Air craft Hangars. Call us today at 772-207-9668 to solve your flooring dilemma!
Polished concrete is a mechanical grinding process that utilizes industrial diamonds and impregnating hardeners and protectors to level, densify, polish and finally protect the floor from within the interior of the concrete surface. Polished concrete is concrete that is ground with a variety of diamond tooling starting with coarse grits and progressively changing to finer grits of diamond tooling. In this process, the surface of the concrete is densified to help with the polishing process. Different types of concrete densifiers are used and the type used is determined by the type of concrete substrate being polished, whether it is soft, medium or hard concrete. During the grinding and polishing process, color may be added to enhance the beauty of polished concrete. Finally, a concrete protector may be added and burnished to add protection to the polished floor.
Just a few of our specialties
100% Solids Epoxy - A two-component 100% solids epoxy installation, either as a 2 or 3 coat system. Can either be clear or pigmented. This is the most cost effective system with good wear.
Concrete Polishing - Extremely scratch and stain resistant. Won't peel or crack. Green and hypo-allergenic (USDA approved for schools, kitchens etc). You can choose the level of sheen, from satin to high-gloss. Testing has shown that polished concrete typically meets or exceeds all OSHA and ADA slip resistant codes even when wet. Outlasts many other flooring options like carpet, tile and vinyl.
Epoxy Color Quartz System - 1/16th inch to 1/8th inch - A three-component system for moderate to heavy traffic, highly decorative. This is used in industrial, commercial and residential. Most commonly used in commercial kitchens.
Overlay System - 1/8th inch to 5/16th inch - A three-component system mixed as an epoxy mortar to restore badly worn concrete and add a completely fresh surface.
Crack and Spalled Construction Joint Repairs - A hybrid mix of epoxy with elastic properties. This is used to repair cracks in concrete pads and to fill construction joints where clean-ability is required and meets FDA and USDA regulations.
Epoxy Striping - A two-component 100% solids epoxy is used in warehouses, auto dealership service departments and industrial locations where a crisp straight line is required. This is a very high wearing stripe.
Concrete Stamping - Stamped concrete can make a dramatic impression, and there are many reasons why homeowners, businesses, and just about everyone is choosing stamped concrete to enhance their landscapes and buildings.