Epoxy Flooring in Tampa, FL

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Type of Floor?

Free Garage Floor Mats with New Floor Makeover!

We offer temporary on-site storage and can assist with moving items in and out.

 

Specializing in Commercial & Residential Epoxy Flooring

Floor Groomers serves the Tampa Bay area including, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Palm Harbor, Sarasota, Lakeland, and Orlando.

Solid Epoxy

A solid epoxy floor coating has no flakes and comes in a variety of colors and designs that can be customized. There are infinite color possibilities!

Metallic Epoxy

Metallic epoxy flooring is a multi-layered epoxy floor coating that uses a metallic additive mixed into a clear epoxy coating to create effects like lava flow or a pearlescent design.

Epoxy with Flakes and Quartz

Customizable colored chips or flakes are placed within the epoxy to create resilient surfaces that are very aesthetically pleasing and provide optimal traction.

Chipped Stone

Chipped stone epoxy flooring is a multi-layered coating system that comes in a variety of colors with flakes aggregated into the topcoat to give its unique texture.

Polished Concrete

Polished concrete floors provide a high-gloss finish with the ultimate durability and performance for any commercial, retail, office, or industrial space. 

Epoxy Flooring Applications

Commercial

Garages, Auto Shops, Offices, Restaurants, Labs, Medical facilities, Gyms and beyond

Residential

Garages, Kitchens, Bedrooms, Hallways, Bathrooms, Patios, Porches, Pool Decks, Driveways and beyond

Industrial

Warehouses, Factories, Machine Shops, Airport Hangers, Government Buildings, Firehouses and beyond

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Are your estimates free?

Yes. When we arrive, we conduct an eight- point concrete surface profile assessment to help determine the best flooring system.  

The concrete surface profile assessment includes:

  1. Moisture Instrumentation diagnostic test
  2. Cracks, seams, and joint inspections
  3. Laitance concrete surface inspection
  4. Digital hard surface measurements
  5. Sunlight and U/V Protection and Recommendations
  6. Border and stem wall inspection
  7. Product recommendation for surface profile
  8. Care and maintenance recommendation
How long does the new floor process take?

Typically the process will take two or three days to complete. This is dependent upon the condition of your existing floor substrate and the best solution for your makeover. 

What are flakes in the floor?

Flakes are a unique product composed of water-based resin material, organic minerals, additives, and various pigments. Flakes are integrally pigmented, brilliantly colored, random in shape, and size within a standardized range. They are available in over 150 colors and six standard sizes. The uniqueness of flakes makes it a great solution for commercial, residential, institutional and industrial flooring projects.

How long do I have to stay off the floor once it’s finished?

Light foot traffic can be on the floor within 24 hours. Items can be placed back on the floor in 48 hours. Please wait 4 days to park your vehicle on the new floor surface.

Is epoxy flooring expensive?

Our prices are very competitive. Floor condition, size and added options determine the price of a floor makeover. 

Why should we choose Floor Groomers?

Our workmanship, professionalism and customer service sets us apart.

Do you all remove items off of the floor?

We ask our customers to have all items removed and properly stored prior to our arrival. However, we can asssist with removal for an additional charge.

How long does the epoxy floor last?

Floors that are routinely cleaned and maintained will last for many years to come. Here are some tips to help maintain  floor integrity, durability and shine.

1. Do not drag heavy items across the floor.

2. Avoid storing harsh chemicals or solvents on floor.

3. Do not use tire shine on your tires on a new floor.

4. Do not walk with spikes or cleats on the floor.

5. Do not put items with the potential to cause high heat on the floor.