Portfolio Archive | Best Epoxy Company Oregon



Exposed Aggregate is a decorative concrete that has natural stones from river beds and quarries hand seeded into a concrete base. A touch of class combined with durability makes exposed aggregate an ideal choice for pool decks, patios, driveways, walkways, commercial entryways and more.


The REFLECTOR™ Enhancer Flooring System is a specialty, high build, self-leveling, fluid-applied floor coating. Engineered for commercial, industrial and residential applications where a durable, long-lasting, aesthetically unique, easy to maintain, and a completely custom floor is required.


Our garage floor coatings provide a durable, anti-slip, stain resistant finish in either a cementitious or epoxy resinous system, which will increase the value of your property and cost you less than you think. Our epoxy garage floor coatings are engineered and highly functionally formulated, made of 100% solids epoxies, urethanes and polyaspartic resins.


Maintaining a clean commercial kitchen, while adhering to local, state and federal regulations, can be extremely difficult. Protective resinous coatings offer several advantages over traditional flooring such as conventionally used commercial tile.


Reflective flooring that is easily maintained that comes in a satin or gloss finish. With our epoxy system, you will have a floor that is long-lasting and will keep a clean look to your garage floor for many years to come. Special colors can match your vision and give your floor the unique look you want.


For commercial and retail spaces we can offer a wide selection of colors to choose from and the durability you need for high foot traffic areas. These seamless surfaces are fluid-applied in place, and can be installed with minimal downtime. Not only can these flooring systems match your brand’s color scheme, the surfaces can also be designed to incorporate your company’s logo. These surfaces can achieve coefficient of friction (COF) to meet or exceed ADA Flat Surfaces, ADA Inclined Surfaces, OSHA and NFPA requirements.