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Garage Floor Coating Contractors in Denver, CO

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Prescreened Concrete & Garage Floor Coating Installation Services in Denver, CO

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Specialty Poxy Coatings
(720) 506-6285
Areas of Expertise
  • Epoxy Concrete Coatings
  • Polyaspartic Concrete Coatings
  • Polyurea Concrete Coatings
  • Concrete Repair
  • Concrete Grinding
Reviews
07-13-2018
Lee M. in Arvada, CO

"Very professional. Showed up on time. Completed the garage coating in one day. Gave advise on how long to let it dry and cure before driving on ...it. Excellent work. "

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Archuleta's Painting
(720) 506-7269
Areas of Expertise
  • Interior & Exterior Painting
  • Epoxy & Polymer Floor Coatings
  • Specialty Painting Projects
Reviews
11-07-2018
Jessica C.

"They did my interior painting about 3 years ago, I love their work and brought them back out for the exterior painting, they did a great job "

Allied Floor Systems, LLC
(720) 506-8458
Areas of Expertise
  • Coatings
  • Concrete ovelay
  • Caulking
  • Decorative flooring
  • stains/dyes
Reviews
04-04-2016
Randy P. in Broomfield, CO

"great communication and great work will use them again "

Rockies Concrete Tech
(720) 506-7641
Areas of Expertise
  • Concrete Overlays
  • Concrete Resurfacing
LL Epoxy Flooring, LLC
(407) 362-2172
Areas of Expertise
  • Epoxy Flooring
Reviews
01-17-2019
Henry H.

"Recommended by my realtor. Doing more work for me. Very helpful to move items. Above and beyond. Exceeded expectations. "

MW Concrete Design
(303) 542-9717
Areas of Expertise
  • Concrete restoration and coatings
  • Concrete patio and walk way repair
Reviews
12-05-2018
Kim J. in Denver, CO

"We had a great experience with MW Concrete. Michael was very responsive and showed up when he said he would. He even squeezed us in immediately ...when we had an urgent situation arise with inspections, etc. Thank you for the great job! "

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Kumul Propainting, LLC
References Available
(720) 506-7358
Areas of Expertise
  • Painting
  • Cabinet Refinish/Painting
  • Painting and Staining Decks and Fences
  • Siding Repair on Exterior of House
  • Interior Drywall Repair
Garage Experts of The Front Range
(303) 801-9744
Areas of Expertise
  • Epoxy Floor Coatings: Industrial or Home
  • Custom Garage Storage Cabinets
  • Slatwall Storage Systems
  • Overhead Storage
  • Lifetime Warranty
Reviews
10-29-2018
Kurt W.

"He did a fantastic job I was well pleased I've recommended him to several people. "

Zenith Home Finishes
(720) 506-7431
Areas of Expertise
  • Concrete Floor Coating Application
Reviews
04-13-2018
Marcia T. in Denver, CO

"After having some trouble this year with another unreliable professional, I was hesitant to hire any contractor, but Zenith restored my faith ...that good service and skills is still possible. Mike gave me an accurate quote, scheduled the work in my time frame, and the floor looks wonderful. "

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Unscreened Garage & Garage Door Services in Denver, Colorado

Modern Overhead Door Company
392 Norfolk St.
Aurora, CO 80011
Home Impressions Inc
196 1st St.
Ft. Lupton, CO 80621
Intermountain Door Service
5955 E. 56th Ave. Unit B
Commerce City, CO 80022
Bond Construction Management, Inc.
2605 S. Pennslyvania St.
Denver, CO 80210
Northstar Painting and Remodeling
3306 S. Geneva St.
Denver, CO 80231

Things to Consider Before You Apply Sealant, Epoxy, or Other Coating to Concrete Floors:

  • What type of concrete surface will the coating be applied to? (Check all that apply)

    Garage floor
    Basement floor
    Patio
    Warehouse floor
    Interior surface
    Exterior surface
  • How much surface area do you wish to have covered?
  • Are there any existing coatings on the surface?
  • What is the current condition of the surface?

Ideas & Inspiration from Denver Garage & Garage Door Services


Denver Garage Flooring

The modern garage is a far cry from the one your grandpa poked around in. Workbenches built from scrap lumber, nails driven into the studs for tool storage, and an oil stained floor, are all things of the past. The modern garage has become a showroom, an extension of the home, and a weekend playground (let's call it "tool world") for working professionals who need an escape from office life, but aren't necessarily ready to sacrifice style and comfort in the process. Enter the world of garage flooring in Denver. While it's just a small section of the booming garage redecorating/remodeling industry, installing Denver garage flooring is a great step towards creating a garage that's as much of a "rec" room as any other area of your Mile High Residence.

Concrete Sealing Not sure you're ready for epoxy coated floors, high-end garage tiles, or the extensive process that is required to paint concrete? Applying a simple sealer might be the ticket. If an epoxy coated floor with rhino texture and gold flakes is the Denver Broncos of the garage flooring industry, concrete sealing is the rough equivalent of a pick-up tackle football game in Washington Park. Sealing your concrete simply provides it with a barrier against common sources of concrete stains found in the garage, such as engine oil, paint, antifreeze, and grease. Concrete is notorious for staining. A good seal allows you to wipe up spills and leaks with ease, instead of having to shake your head at them every time you step into the garage to grab a hammer.

Paint If you're looking for a little decorative flair, but aren't ready to shell out tons of money on your garage flooring in Denver, a few coats of concrete friendly paint, or low-end epoxy paint, makes for a good DIY project. For the best results, you'll want to seal the concrete, apply a primer, apply several coats of paint to get the desired thickness (usually two to four coats to get maximum coverage), and then apply a second sealer to finish the deal. Whether you choose Bronco blue and orange, a more neutral shade, or feel like getting fancy by creating a tiled or stone look, this is a simpler garage flooring option that won't break the bank.

Tiles As far as garage flooring in Denver goes, garage tiles have a lot of homeowners very excited. These tiles are made to withstand the beatings any garage floor is bound to take, including the heavy weight of vehicles, hot tires, engine oil and other spills, and just about anything else you throw in the tile's direction. They come in a huge variety of designs and colors, so you can custom tailor your garage to your personality and purpose, and, since they're a "floating" floor product made from interlocking tiles, they are easily laid down, removed, and even replaced if a single tile gets damaged. Whether it's creating a showroom feel for your vintage '63 Vette, or a steel toned flooring with diamond studded texture to match the toolbox in the bed of your new F-150, garage flooring tile can make it happen.

Epoxy Coatings Epoxy coatings come in multiple grades, and combine the fresh look of a paint job with a more durable, and adhesive, epoxy-based coating. As mentioned before, cheaper, low-grade coatings can be purchased at your local Home Depot for DIY application, but if you're looking for the best of the best when it comes to epoxy floor coatings, talk to a contractor who specializes in garage upgrades about having a high-end product applied to your garage flooring in Denver. The biggest difference is the percentage of epoxy in the "paint", which correlates directly to the coating's durability and thickness once applied. A good epoxy coating is not only a thing of beauty, but is a slip-safe, almost impenetrable barrier between your garage floor and anything that touches it.

Finding a Contractor If you're interested in hiring this job out rather than doing it yourself, you're living in the right times. The garage upgrading, remodeling, and organization sector is one of the fastest growing, and most innovative, businesses in the home improvement industry. Finding a contractor shouldn't be any problem at all, though finding the best combination of service and price is another thing altogether. Generally it's in your best interests to get bids from at least three contractors, so you can compare prices and references. By doing so, you'll be able to weed out contractors that charge far too much, and those that try to undercut competitors with cut-rate prices, which generally translates into cut-rate work. Taking advantage of the services of a contractor referral company like HomeAdvisor.com doesn't hurt any, since contractors in the system are pre-screened and SM provides customer reviews for you to sift through before you make a decision, but even then, you're wise to start the bidding with a wide field of candidates and narrow it down, rather than going with the first contractor that catches your eye.