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  • M D Limited

    "We hired Mike and his team to replace old, wood deck boards with composite boards, replace the screen around the enclosed portion of my deck, and paint the wood pickets on top of my front portico. They even sealed boards I did not get to, and that was not part of our contract. They went above and beyond, and the work they did was excellent. We are very happy with the finished product, and it all looks great. They do not leave any mess afterward either. It is good to work at a fair price. And Mike is very easy to work and communicate with, responding to all my texts and answering all my questions. Just be sure to go over the work completely, and have them finish any punch-out list before you hand over the final payment. I did have a couple of minor issues I found after the fact, and while Mike said he would come back to take care of them, he has yet to do so. It appears I will have to take care of them myself, but considering that he was thousands less than all the other estimates, this is a minor inconvenience. "

    5.0 star review from Tim F. in Ashburn, VA

  • Stronghold Floors

    "Totally professional experience from initial contact to job completion. Our salesperson, Greg, was very knowledgeable about the process and answered any and all questions we had, and communicated throughout the process. The job was completed on time as promised and we were pleased beyond our expectations. We strongly recommend Stronghold Floors to anyone considering improvements to their concrete floors."

    5.0 star review from Larry P. in West Grove, PA

  • Ultimate Garage Floors, LLC

    "The team was great. Their were some equipment issues on their end, so we had to reschedule the first time, but that happens. They did show up when scheduled (both times), and I was very happy with the work that was done. "

    5.0 star review from Rick S. in Clifton, VA

  • Out of Network

    United National Construction Co., Inc.

    "On a scale from 1-10 with 10 being the highest possible score. I would rate the work as being an 8 maybe. The kitchen looks very nice. I like the layout and the extra cabinet and counter space. UNC was responsive to my concerns. The two concerns I have are the flooring is not quite level in the dining area and there are wires and an outlet running through the cabinet over the microwave essentially decreasing cabinet use. I was not informed of the cabinet. I found out when restocking the kitchen. Overall I was mostly pleased with the cooperation of the project managers help even though he had technically moved on. When the project was ov"

    4.0 star review from Brenda P. in Greenbelt, MD

  • Out of Network

    United American, Inc.

    "Gene Siler was very helpful, willing to talk with me about the problem and give me options to choose from. I felt very comfortable working with him."

    5.0 star review from Margaret H. in Arlington, VA

  • Out of Network

    An Construction Company, Inc.

    "I was very pleased with the work An Construction did on our bathroom. Han was very easy to work with and did a professional job. They cleaned up after themselves each day (except the tile guys were a little messy), were friendly and kept their appointments (again, except the tile guys). I would highly recommend them to anyone wanting similar work performed. "

    5.0 star review from Mike C. in Sterling, VA


How much do concrete & garage floor coating contractors typically cost?

  • Ashburn, VA Average
    $2,519
  • Typical Range
    $2,150 - $2,766
  • Low End - High End
    $1,039 - $5,000

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.

Must-haves:

  • 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

Risks:

  • 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?