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"We love our new garage floor. The owner was very knowledgeable. Answered all of our questions. The crew was professional and friendly. The crew even finished painting my concrete baseboard prior to laying the epoxy. After the garage was ready to use, my husband laid on the floor and said it was so nice it was a shame to bring the cars back in! Definitely recommend Ultimate Garage Floors!"

5.0 star review from a homeowner in Hillsboro VA

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"I hired Stronghold Flooring to put an epoxy coating on my new garage floor. Throughout the process, Stronghold was extremely professional and a great experience. Steve G. was very good at explaining the details of the epoxy, the various color schemes, and the proper maintenance requirements. I was very impressed with the installation team, and they did a great job, were on time and finished ahead of schedule. I would highly recommend Stronghold for your garage and concrete coating needs."

5.0 star review from a homeowner in Bethlehem PA

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"Wraycon had to grind down the epoxy from the big box stores that I put on and ended up peeling up. They also recommended painting the vertical portions of garage floor (wall) and aprons (between garage and driveway), and simply adding paint to those areas provides a tremendous color contrast, value and visual appearance. Dave is a stand-up guy, provided details around his quote to be as transparent as he could. He even followed up several days later just to make sure I liked the outcome of the fully cured floor."

5.0 star review from a homeowner in Woodbridge VA

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"Awesome guys to work with and they are very professional. You can expect quality work from MD Limited."

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Garages are usually the least finished room in the house. The bare concrete floor is unprotected from chemicals, stains, and impact. The edges, especially if your garage floor has a stair, can start to crumble after a few years. But an epoxy floor coating can repair existing damage and prevent future deterioration.

Garage floor coating contractors start by removing surface level damage such as cracks, spalling, and stains. Then they lay an epoxy coating that binds to the concrete. This epoxy floor repels everything from car oil to road salt. It even stops the small cracks caused by temperature changes and heavy impact.

Local epoxy floor installers can customize your floor coating for your area's climate. You can even pick between solid colors and patterned chip flakes for long-lasting protection that looks great. Type in your zip code and HomeAdvisor will connect you with prescreened garage floor coating contractors in your area.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost epoxy concrete floors?

It costs an average of $2,150 to coat a concrete floor with epoxy. This is an excellent way to protect your garage, kitchen or basement floor from cracking, chipping, road salt or car oil. Epoxy is a good value compared to other coatings.

Additional cost factors include:

  • Storage unit rental for garage belongings: $20 - $450 per month
  • Concrete repairs: $25 - $250 for labor and materials
  • Foundation repair: $8,000 - $30,000

What are the different types of epoxy, and what do they cost?

  • Water-based: $30 - $50 per gallon. Weakest of the options.
  • Solvent-based: $45 per gallon. Easy to apply. Presence of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) require respirators during application.
  • 100% pure solid epoxy: $45 - $150 per gallon. Strongest and most durable. Requires professional installation.

Can I DIY epoxy concrete sealing?

It is possible to do this job yourself. You can save $4 to $7 per square foot by doing so.


  • Proper surface preparation for epoxy and detail-oriented application
  • Patience during the curing process, which takes several days
  • DIY kit with all necessary materials and proper amounts of each


  • Improper prep that leaves grease, oil, or solvents on the floor.
  • Failing to repair all cracks, holes or other damage before applying the coating.
  • Improper coating can trap moisture, which can cause bubbling and buckling.

What are some questions I should ask a pro before hiring them to do this job?

Questions to ask include:

  • How long will this project take?
  • How many people are on your team?
  • Which types of materials do you have experience working with?
  • Does your cost quote include all materials, labor and additional fees?
  • Is satisfaction guaranteed with this project?