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When it comes to choosing flooring for your basement, your options can seem very limited. Traditional wood flooring will warp and buckle within months or carpet will develop mold and mildew in what seems like a blink of an eye. So what flooring system should you choose to protect your basement from the cold Winter months up ahead? Well, we think that basement epoxies are your best bet when it comes time to floor your basement. While epoxy may not seem like the most suitable flooring for your basement, epoxy offer benefits like:
  • Long Service Life
  • Easy To Clean/Maintain
  • Concrete Protection
  • Basement Waterproofing
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Basement Epoxy

The Benefits Of Basement Epoxy Floors

When it comes to the benefits that you stand to gain from using epoxy in your basement, you will not be disappointed. Epoxies have been specially formulated to last in moist environments like garages and manufacturing facilities so it’s no wonder that epoxy is well suited to be used in the basement. With 100% water resistance to superior protection for your concrete slab, you can find some of the benefits of epoxy basement flooring down below:
  • Concrete Slab Protection
  • 30 Year Service Life
  • Basement Waterproofing
  • Superior Weight Tolerances
  • Carefree Maintenance Protocols
Epoxy flooring is seen as the best option for basements for the benefits it can provide as seen above. To start, epoxy offers amazing protection for your concrete in the form of crack repair and structural fortification. When the snow begins to fall, water will take the path of least resistance to the ground and in most cases, it’s through the basement. Cracks in your slab will serve as an express route to your basement but with epoxy, those cracks will be filled and protected against harmful snowfall, saving you thousands of dollars in foundation repairs. But in the off chance water does make it into your basement, epoxy is incredibly slip and skid resistant, giving you extra peace of mind.

The Types Of Basement Epoxy Offered

As one of the top epoxy flooring contractors in Ohio, American Dynamic Coatings is proud to bring many different types of epoxy flooring to homes across Ohio. From the dazzling metallic epoxy coating to the safe and functional epoxy flake flooring, our team will have your basement ready for Winter in no time! Want to know what our team can install in your basement? Down below, you will find the different types of epoxy we offer.

Metallic Epoxy

Metallic Epoxy

Metallic epoxy flooring is one of the most sought after flooring systems on the market for their dazzling finishes and increasing difficulty in finding a contractor to install them. Here at American Dynamic Coatings, we can install metallic epoxy and enable you to get the most out of its customization that can mimic the look of clouds, waves, and lava. But with its highly reflective surface, it can make your basement up to 150% brighter without the use of additional lighting sources, brightening up an area that is otherwise grim and gloomy.

Epoxy Flooring

Epoxy Flooring

Our standard range epoxy flooring systems are more than enough to keep your basement safe and ready for anything life can throw your way. With Winter right around the corner, your basement can become very cold, but not with an epoxy flooring system in place. Epoxy can act as an insulator between moisture, your concrete and the rest of the room resulting in the inability for water to transfer heat out of the basement in the form of condensation. Keeping the cold out and the heat in.

Epoxy Flake Flooring

Epoxy Flake Flooring

While epoxy flake flooring is most commonly associated with commercial or residential garages, it is one of the best flooring systems you can use in the basement, especially if you are looking for functionality. With the ability to use mono or multi-colored flakes, you can have a one of a kind basement finish. But these flakes can play a larger role than just appearance in the basement. These flakes give the epoxy texture, hence making the floor safer and easier to walk on when wet or soiled.

Mold/ Mildew Resistance

As we all know, mold and mildew can be a pest in the basement. These waterborne bacteria can cause severe health hazards both in the basement and over time can make their way into the main living areas of your home. Thanks to the seamless and nonporous finish of epoxy, mold mildew and fungi will be unable to grow on its surface. Not only will this make your basement safer, but it will also make it smell better, help to breathe easier and reduce the risk of respiratory disease.

Basement Epoxy Floor Coating

Investing With Basement Epoxy

The investment factors that come along with flooring your basement with epoxy are beneficial to any homeowner. For example, refinishing your basements flooring can warrant a 70-75% return of investment. This can increase the value of your home by upwards of 5%! But the investment goes even farther than money. Basement epoxy can help your foundation last longer by restricting the growth of cracks, reduce the effects of sinking during wintertime, and reduce the chance of wood rot with moisture reduction. With a service life of up to 30 years with proper maintenance, basement epoxy one of the best investments you can make into your home.

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Our Service Areas

We service home and business owners in the greater area of Ohio with pride and down below, you will find the exact cities that we can provide our services to.

We Bring Polished Concrete To The Following Areas:

  • Columbus
  • Toledo
  • Dayton
  • Greenville
  • Sidney
  • Celina
  • Wapakoneta
  • Van Wert
  • Cleveland Ohio