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Epoxy Countertops 
Epoxy Floors Installation 

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Epoxy Kings

Epoxy is primarily used as a refinishing product. Applying a coating of this material can help restore or revitalize old, worn, or out-of-style bathroom countertops, kitchen countertops, and floors. The surface will have durable resin finish with any design you can imagine.

Heat and Scratch resistance are also considered to be useful features.

Before we get into details we would like to answer most of your questions and concerns you may have when considering doing the epoxy or having it done 

Are epoxy countertops any good?

Yes — in some ways. When done right, epoxy countertops provide a long-lasting and durable surface. Their non-porous nature means they're resistant to moisture. The material is also resistant enough to heat, although you still need to use common sense and not place hot pots and pans on it.

Is epoxy better than quartz? - In some ways, doing the epoxy over your current countertops is way more affordable and way more durable 
Are epoxy countertops cheaper? - Yes, it is cheaper than granite and quartz 
Is epoxy better than granite? - Yes, in many ways (durability, cost, maintenance and impact resistance) 
How much do epoxy countertops cost? -Typically, professional epoxy installation may cost somewhere between 20-100$ per square foot depending on the difficulty and the experience of the installer

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About us

We are professionals that will help you to remodel and refresh your kitchen countertops with custom and unique designs.This is the best solution both financially and by the simplicity of the process. 

Epoxy flooring is a type of synthetic resin floor system that is laid on top of concrete substrates as a form of protection and decoration. The systems can comprise of several layers of thermosetting resin that are coated, trowelled or poured, and generally applied onto a concrete substrate. Once the resin layers completely cure, the floor system forms a strong and permanent bond, acting as an impervious and decorative barrier to protect the substrate.

 Here are some of the advantages you might not know about epoxy resurfacing : 

  • Epoxy countertop durability (up to 15-25 years)

  • Affordable 

  • Easy cleaning

  • Heavy duty

  • High bacterial resistance

  • High fungal resistant

  • High corrosion resistance

  • High chemical resistance

  • High water and moisture resistance

  • High scratch resistance

  • Continuous heat exposure above 350 °F Flame retardant

  • Holds up to impact and stress fractures 

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What are some positives of Epoxy Floors ?

Epoxy floors are resistant to a large number of chemicals such as solvents and acids;

  • The floors are decorative. Epoxy floors are available in many different colors and designs. It is possible to create a concrete look or to sprinkle the floor with flakes;

  • Because of the fast application there is only a minimal work interruption;

  • Epoxy floors are very easy to maintain. After all, the floors are seamless and liquid-tight and therefore easy to clean, benefiting hygiene;

  • In a nutshell, epoxy flooring is a type of synthetic resin floor system that is laid on top of concrete substrates as a form of protection and decoration. The systems can comprise of several layers of thermosetting resin that are coated, trowelled or poured, and generally applied onto a concrete substrate.Epoxy floors combine well with underfloor heating. Very sustainable. In combination with underfloor heating you save energy and you no longer have radiators in sight, saving space. The floor has no seams or edges, it completely blends into the space.

  • Robust. This makes epoxy floors suitable for heavy use and mechanical loads, such as forklift traffic in warehouses, workshops and production areas.

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Contact us

At the moment we operate in 4 different states including: Dallas (Texas), Atlanta (Georgia), New York (NY), Chicago (Il).
Feel free to contact us regardless of where you are, we can help you to get your project done

+1 (214) 814 67 28

+1 (516) 856 56 33

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3063 Drexel Ln, Jonesboro, Georgia 30236

Haltom City, Texas

Long Island, New York

Chicago, Illionois

Richmond, Virginia

Denver, Colorado

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