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Is your basement cold, damp and otherwise uncomfortable to be in? Well with Winter right around the corner the conditions in your basement are just going to get worse. In our experience, the best place to start when it comes to finishing your basement is the flooring, building from the ground up. When you have bare concrete floors, water can seep into your basement through the pores, resulting in humidity that can turn into mold and mildew. So we are here to help you get rid of that problem by going over a few of the best basement flooring options including:
  • Epoxy Flooring
  • Rustic Wood Flooring
  • Rubber Floor Coatings
Want to learn more about our basement flooring options? Look down below!
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Why Choose The Right Basement Flooring?

When it comes to choosing the right basement flooring system, there are some variables that you are going to need to take into account. For example, what are your plans for the basement in the future or if your basement is highly susceptible to water leakage? Depending on these variables, choosing the right basement flooring system is crucial to how well the coating can perform. Down below, we will go over a few examples of what to consider before choosing your basement flooring solution:
  • Intended Future Use
  • Protection Required
  • Customization Options
  • What Conditions Will It Be Exposed To?
We know that basements have problems with moisture but when it comes to choosing the right basement flooring option, much more needs to be taken into consideration before you make the choice. For example, are you going to allow children in the basement? If so, you might want to think about a flooring solution that offers cushion, is easily cleaned and maintained. But if children aren’t a concern, what are you going to use the basement for? Exercise area? Relaxation room? Man cave? You will want to take into consideration the weight tolerances of the flooring, its damage resistance and how it can be customized. Now that you know about the basics, let’s get into the basement flooring options we can provide.

Our Basement Flooring Systems

Here at American Dynamic Coatings, we know that not all homeowners share the same tastes in flooring. That is why we offer a variety of coatings for our neighbors here in Ohio. From epoxy, concrete based systems, and rubberized floor coatings our team is sure to have a coating that will fill all of your basement flooring needs. Want to see what we can do for you? Down below you can learn about our basement flooring options.

Epoxy Flooring

Epoxy Flooring

Epoxy flooring is one of the most common forms of basement epoxy due to the fact that it is a material that can be used in the service of basement waterproofing. With basement waterproofing, your basement will become much more tolerable with reduced humidity and will smell much better as epoxy resists the growth of mold and mildew. Not to mention, basement epoxy offers superior protection for your underlying concrete slab from physical, chemical and wear damage.

Rustic Wood Flooring

Rustic Wood Flooring

As we all know, traditional wood flooring isn’t the best option for basements due to the high levels of moisture in the air, the chance of flooding and seepage from groundwater below. But, we offer an alternative to traditional wood, rustic wood-concrete. Our rustic wood concrete can stand up to all the problems the basement can provide like the growth of mold and mildew, water damage and sustainability in the basement setting as concrete flooring has a lifespan of up to 30 years when properly installed.

Rubber Floor Coating

Rubber Floor Coating

While rubberized flooring options offer the same protection against moisture, bacterial growth and provide a level of durability to keep your concrete protected from water or physical damage, they have some traits the others don’t. For example, rubberized flooring offers a level of comfort that epoxy and concrete based flooring can’t provide. Rubber flooring offers cushion that is on par with carpet unlike the harder forms of flooring. To learn more about rubberized flooring, take a look at our home page!

Investing With Basement Flooring

Investing With Basement Flooring

If you are looking to remodel your basement into a livable space or just an oasis to spend the cold Winters in, it is always the best bet to start with the flooring. For example, epoxy flooring can provide much more than just waterproofing and water resistance. Basement epoxies have been known to increase the resale value of the home. Epoxies often warrant a 70-75% return investment or 700-750$ back on every 1000$ spent during installation. But along with value, epoxy can make your concrete last longer by providing protection for upwards of 30 years when properly installed and maintained.

A Team You Can Count On!

A Team You Can Count On!

When it comes to flooring your basement, you want a team that you can depend upon to get the job done right the first time. Installing the flooring systems that we went over up above require professional installation with a trained hand, even the slightest flaw during preparation or the slab not being completely dry will result in catastrophic failure in the blink of an eye. Here at American Dynamic Coatings, we have the tools, experience, and materials required to help get your basement into shape before winter rolls around. Ready for your basement flooring system? Give us a call today for a free quote!

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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