HOW MUCH DOES THIS COST?
WE GET QUESTIONS LIKE THIS ALL OF THE TIME.
We would love to price all of our jobs online or over the phone. When it comes to any concrete in New England, we've learned from experience that it's better to be right than to guess. We don't charge by the square foot, we price out your job by labor and materials and we make sure you get the very best value for your job.
Your job is only as good as the prep work, we use specialized tools and diamond tooling machinery to prepare your floor and repair damage to ensure a perfect installation. Moisture content, existing damage, and hardness of the floor all impact the price significantly. Without a detailed inspection and measurement, it's simply not possible to give you a price without over quoting your price, leaving something out, or making a significant mistake. Our mission is to earn your 5 star experience, and starting off with a shot in the dark is a great way to disappoint you. Let us earn your trust, but doing it the right way. Most of our customers who want a price upfront want it for one of two reasons: they want to see if it's affordable, and they want to avoid a sleazy salesman showing up at their front door. We leave all that nonsense to the other guys. Our team of professional consultants takes pride in providing a no-hassle, no pressure, fun and interesting inspection. We actually listen to you and care about what you want. We hire our team based on their integrity and we train them to be experts in the industry.
We know price is an important factor, so we make sure that you get more than you pay for and we always find a way to make it affordable for all of our clients. There's no better time to get your price than now, take advantage of our incredible financing and discounts available right now and save on your one-year price quotation.
Give us a call we'd love to show you how you can save on your floor right now!
THE COST BREAKDOWN
Let's Review The Most Important Factors...
SIZE OF AREA
It goes without saying that the larger a space is, the more coating will be needed and the more time it will take to coat it. Our specialist will measure all the areas you wish to have coated and calculate the total square footage.
CONDITION OF THE CONCRETE
Most concrete we inspect has at least one flaw. It can be a crack, pitting, peeling, or lifting. Each floor is unique, but any damage needs to be repaired before we can get started on the coating. Generally, the older the floor is, the more work will be needed to make it ready. Not to worry though, most projects are still completed in just 1 day, even with repair work!
Have you (or a previous owner) coated the space with an epoxy coating, or had a contractor in to do so? Unfortunately we usually find that these coatings are already peeling, flaking, and coming apart. DIY products from the home improvement store in particular tend to be more difficult to apply correctly—and far less durable than advertised! Just like damaged concrete, previous coatings will need to be removed before we apply your new coating.