Concrete Coatings Hamilton, Mississauga, Ancaster, and Burlington
Texturock has been in the industry for over 40 years, delivering high-quality concrete coating services throughout Hamilton, Ancaster, Burlington, and Mississauga. We also provide outstanding concrete coatings applications for both residential and commercial properties in Oakville, Milton, Halton Hills, Port Dover, Caledonia, Hagersville, Jarvis, Grimsby, Vineland, Pelham, Binbrook, Dundas, and Waterdown making our services number one in the region. Our team of certified and professional installers is hands-on in handling various home or business concrete coating projects. We are licensed and fully insured in performing concrete coating Grimsby projects and outstanding solutions for quality assurance.
Concrete Overlays To Choose From
Epoxy is a mixture of hardeners, resins, and other elements to create a solid and decorative flooring system. Epoxy is highly versatile and is often infused with decorative materials such as flakes and glitters to create unique finishes. This type of material can be used for residential, commercial, and industrial spaces.
- Provides modern look
- Affordable price range
- Easy to maintain
Texturock poly line offers several coating options that are suitable for areas with high traffic or high chemical exposure. This type of coating serves as a sealer for any substrates. One great feature of this material is it can quickly cure, making it the best option for surfaces that needs instant flooring finishes.
- Resistant to chemical exposure
- Cures quickly
- Bonds to the surface well
- Resistant to harmful UV
Texturock stone line material is composed of a unique blend of epoxy with different kinds of natural stone. 90% of our long time clients and customers choose stone line installation because of its affordability, performance, and aesthetics.
We currently have 13 types of stock colors that can be blend with several additional stones, allowing you to find the perfect combination for your home or business spaces.
- Produces a unique style
- Wide range of stone and color options
Texturock rubber line is a mix of high-quality EPDM rubber chips and urethane binder. This type of material is has a variety of solid colors that can be blended to achieve the desired style and design.
Urethane binders naturally flex while securely being bonded with the substrate producing a slip-resistant feature for the flooring surface. Rubber can be an excellent product for resurfacing projects.
- Moisture and spill-resistant
- Resilient material
INSTALLATION AREAS: BASEMENTS, GARAGE FLOORS, PATIOS & MORE!
Texturock has grown over the years to meet more and more of your needs. Many of our products are suitable for indoor/outdoor use as well as commercial OR residential duty. See below for an overview. Texturock overlays are based on several materials including, epoxy, stone, rubber, recycled glass, exotic aggregates, and more. These are suitable for:
- Condo Living
- Living rooms
- Feature Walls
- Laundry rooms
- Warehouse floors
- Worn or cracked concrete
- Full home exteriors
Some of the services we often provide during an install may be of help during the rest of your reno as well. These include:
- Pressure washing services
- Hardwood, vinyl and ceramic installations
- Cleaning and maintenance of existing concrete, flooring, etc.
- Sealing for various products, including overlays, exposed aggregate, tiles, grout, and more.
- Custom design and fabrication of unique pieces, including under lit logos, backlit shower surrounds, and more.
For more information on our commercial concrete resurfacing services, please call us at (905) 973-2540 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and a Texturock associate will gladly assist you.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Coat a concrete floor for an inexpensive and low-maintenance solution. Costs range from $1,442 to $2,993 depending on the size of your job.
One of the best is a two-part epoxy because it’s by far the most durable. This type of coating requires thorough prep and very good ventilation for it to dry properly.
Polished concrete floors have many benefits, but they are not a viable option for old cracked or pitted surfaces.
A troweled epoxy-aggregate flooring system is the better choice if this is necessary and it will be more long lasting than polishing which only smoothens and evens out slighter imperfections in surface texture.
You’ll find that Polyaspartic coatings cost around $5 – 7 per square foot. You can expect to pay twice as much for the same coverage with epoxy coating and when they’re used on a 2-car garage, you could be looking at close to $2,000 – $2,800 in total costs!