Concrete Staining vs. Epoxy Coating

Trust the professionals at CertaPro Painters of Mobile & Baldwin Counties to deliver high-quality Concrete Staining & Epoxy Floor Covering Services at the right price. Our highly-skilled floor covering specialists will provide you with visually appealing staining and coatings that stand up to the daily wear of high-traffic environments.

Concrete Staining

Looking to update the concrete in your home or commercial property? Our team has experience with several different types of products and procedures.

Concrete staining adds a permanent color to the surface, which bonds tightly so you won’t have to worry about peeling or chipping. The end result is a beautiful translucent hue that enriches the look and feel of any space, indoors or out.

Epoxy Finish

Many residential and commercial property owners choose to epoxy their floors for a variety of reasons. When the epoxy is applied to a concrete floor, it provides a clear, durable, stain-resistant finish that protects the surface. It also repels water and reduces slipperiness, perfect for high-traffic areas.

As expert concrete floor coating contractors, we will help you choose the best epoxy product, colors, and more to create a beautiful, long-lasting finish.


Let the team of concrete staining and epoxy experts at CertaPro Painters Mobile & Baldwin Counties, transform your floor. Get A FREE Estimate Today!

Common Questions About Epoxy Flooring Projects

How much does epoxy flooring cost?

Pricing will vary depending on the size of the area, the type of epoxy used, and the labor rates in your area. For more information on pricing start by getting a FREE no-obligation estimate!

How long does it take to install epoxy flooring for homes?

The duration of the project will depend on the size of the area and the product used. Some floor coating products can be installed in one day. Most standard residential projects can be completed within 1-3 days.

How long does it take for epoxy floors to dry?

The cure time will vary depending on the epoxy product used. Some products require as little as 24 hours cure time. If you are getting epoxy installed in your garage, we recommend waiting at least 48 hours before driving on the surface.