Transform Your Garage Into An
Impressive Showroom With
Epoxy Floor Coating

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At Renaissance Concrete, we specialize in transforming dull spaces into enchanting environments. From your initial call to the final installation, we prioritize your satisfaction and deliver exceptional quality every step of the way.

Stamped Concrete

Stamped Concrete, also known as patterned concrete, involves a process that imprints or stamps a pattern onto freshly poured concrete. This technique creates a variety of seamless textures or repeating patterns, such as cobblestone or Italian slate. Most stamped concrete is colored during the pouring process, while others prefer the aesthetic of a beautiful Acid Stain on their stamped concrete.

Polished Concrete

Polished Concrete offers a wide range of benefits that make it an excellent choice for your flooring needs. From cost-effectiveness and simple maintenance to stunning designs and meeting ambient light requirements, this versatile solution has you covered.

From Beginning To End, We Got You Covered!

At Renaissance Concrete, we hold the belief that our role extends beyond simply offering epoxy flooring solutions; our aim is to elevate your property. Our team of skilled designers and installation specialists collaborate closely with you, ensuring the provision of top-quality flooring options that seamlessly harmonize with both the interior and exterior of your home.

Stamped Concrete

Available Patterns

At Renaissance Concrete, we offer a selection of 9 patterns to choose from. Our patterns include Italian Slate, Vegas Stone, Cobblestone, Random Rock, Garden Stone, Wood Plank, Grand Ashlar Slate, and custom scoring.

Each pattern adds a unique touch to your concrete surface, allowing you to customize the look according to your preferences.

Stained Concrete

What distinguishes Acid Stain from Dye?

Acid Stains consist of specific amounts of metallic salts suspended in a hydrochloric acid solution. These stains chemically react with the calcium hydroxide present in your concrete, resulting in different reactions based on the finishing techniques used.

 Dyes are highly stable for indoor use, but they may fade over time when exposed to constant sunlight. Additionally, dyes provide more control when selecting specific colors.

Polished Concrete

Cost-Effective, Easy Maintenance, and Beautiful

Installing polished concrete is more cost-effective than most floor coverings and coatings. Unlike coverings that may delaminate or coatings that can wear and stain, a polished floor retains its durability and remains unaffected by structural movement.

Discover the many benefits of Polished Concrete and unlock the true potential of your floors. Contact us today to explore the endless possibilities and transform your space into something extraordinary.

Transform Your Floor Today!

Our flawless floor coatings can elevate the ordinary to a state of elegance. Whether you want to convert your garage into a showroom or enhance the durability and cleanliness of your warehouse floor, we've got you covered.

Call us at: (479) 629-1656

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FAQs of the Epoxy Garage Flooring Industry

How do we apply epoxy to garage floors?

If you're considering epoxying your garage floor, we strongly advise seeking the services of a professional. This choice guarantees a high-quality finish and prevents potential issues in the future.

The proper epoxy application for your garage floor involves several crucial steps:
1. Thoroughly clean the floor surface, including grinding the concrete to achieve a smooth texture that will promote good adhesion to the epoxy resin. This entails removing all traces of dirt, grease, and oils from the floor. You can accomplish this by using a specialized degreaser or a cleaner designed for garage floors.
2. Apply a primer to the floor. This step enhances epoxy adhesion, ensuring a visually appealing and durable final result.
3. Proceed with the epoxy coating application, adhering closely to the manufacturer's instructions to achieve the best possible outcome.

Professionals possess the experience and expertise necessary to properly prepare your floor, a critical aspect of a successful epoxy coating. They can also ensure an even application and proper curing of the epoxy.

While DIY epoxy kits are available, we don't recommend this route unless you have confidence in your ability to follow instructions and execute the job correctly. Otherwise, you run the risk of ending up with an inferior finish or potentially damaging your floor.

How much does it cost to expoxy my garage floor?

The cost of epoxying a garage floor can fluctuate based on several key factors.

Firstly, the size of your garage will have a direct impact on the overall price.

Secondly, your choice of epoxy type will also be a determining factor in cost. Typically, water-based epoxies tend to be more budget-friendly than solvent-based counterparts. However, it's worth noting that solvent-based epoxies often offer superior protection and longevity.

Thirdly, the current condition of your concrete plays a significant role in pricing. If your concrete is in good shape, the cost of applying the epoxy coating is likely to be lower compared to a floor in poor condition.

Lastly, the brand of epoxy you select can influence the overall price. Generally, higher-quality epoxy brands come with a higher price tag than lower-quality alternatives.

In general, the cost to epoxy a garage floor can start at around $2,000 when hiring a professional to ensure a proper job. This cost encompasses materials, labor, and any necessary equipment rentals. Keep in mind that the final price will depend on variables such as the size and condition of your garage floor, as well as the specific epoxy products and application methods chosen.

What Makes Us Different From Other Floor Coating Companies?

Skilled and Approachable

Our company is led by individuals with extensive experience in home services, and our forte lies in delivering exceptional service. Our dedicated team is committed to both your project and the well-being of your property, and we won't consider the job complete until you are fully satisfied.

Expert Installers

Our team boasts extensive experience and meticulousness in every installation of floor coatings and storage projects. Explore our gallery to witness our expertise firsthand!

High-Quality Products

Numerous businesses opt for inferior epoxy solutions. However, we exclusively utilize top-tier, industry-leading products that we can proudly guarantee for a lifetime.

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