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Concrete Staining and Epoxy Finish Services
Finish a room by updating the concrete floors. CertaPro Painters of Rockville/Potomac can turn any interior or exterior concrete surface into a beautiful piece of artwork through a professional concrete staining or epoxy finish application. Our painters specialize in patios, sidewalks, kitchen countertops, basements, interior floors, driveways and garage floors.
Adding epoxy floors can seal out moisture, add traction or create a surface that can be sanitized.
Our epoxy floor service includes:
Cleaning the concrete floor or surface thoroughly to remove dirt and dust.
Repairing surface cracks and potholes.
Application that is even and looks professional and provides years of enjoyment.
In just a matter of hours, CertaPro Painters can transform the look of your concrete surfaces We have a reputation for being professional, punctual, knowledgeable and responsive.
Residential & Commercial Applications
High durability floor coatings are well suited for a variety of both residential and commercial applications.
Gyms & Rec Rooms
The non-slip water resistant coating makes for an excellent surface for home gyms and rec rooms.
Parking Garage & Warehouses
Epoxy & Polyuera floors are an excellent choice for parking garages, warehouses, and manufacturing floors.
Showroom & Retail Spaces
Easy to clean with non slip coatings available. Floor coatings can enhance the look of your showroom floor.
Epoxy Finishes and Coatings
Tired of cleaning up those tough oil spills on the floor of your garage? As many homeowners know, it’s incredibly difficult to get oil stains out of concrete. Say goodbye to spills that stain your concrete with an epoxy floor.
Epoxy coatings are available in a range of colors. After the epoxy color coating is applied, we can add color chips to customize your flooring even more. The epoxy flooring is then finished off with a topcoat of specialized paint which gives your floor extra long-lasting protection.
Garage Floor Coatings
Epoxy Floor Application
Concrete staining occurs when a mixture of water, hydrochloric acid, and inorganic salts react with lime minerals already present in the concrete. The stain becomes a permanent part of the concrete, much like a wood stain, as soon as the stain reacts. Concrete staining comes in a wide variety of patterns, colors and textures. Our team works with you to choose a concrete stain that will stand up to daily use and matches the aesthetic of your home.