With the help of our experienced flooring removal crew at Oldstone, it is possible to get rid of the old-fashioned epoxy floors and replace them with our better looking customized floor coatings for your purposes. Removal of an epoxy floor coating on your floor can be easy with the right tools and skills.
How Does Epoxy Removal Work?
Our process for removing epoxy flooring starts just the same way we begin any flooring removal work, by giving a free quote. This helps us make sure that you’re offered an accurate price and timeframe. Our team can book a time and date that works for you. For business owners, this can mean overnight or over the weekend to ensure that your customers are not disrupted. On the day that work begins, we start by protecting your property against damage, dust and debris that can be created in the process. Our crews arrive on site with reinforced aluminum ramps and plastic sheets. These get put out before work starts to avoid damaging any of the other surfaces in your house or creating a buildup of dust in other rooms.
Once everything is in place to keep your home safe, our trained crews begin working on epoxy flooring removal. We use specialized removal machines to remove the epoxy across most of the floor’s surface. Using a sharp blade designed for this purpose, we can quickly remove the majority of the coating from the concrete under floor surface. Our state of the art machines can get rid of most of the epoxy coating, leaving only a small amount behind to be tackled with hand tools.
When we leave your home, the concrete subfloor is left clean and smooth, ready for the installation of any new flooring surface, including:
- Hardwood floors
One of the biggest benefits of hiring us is that you never have to live in a messy, dusty construction zone. Our crews ensure that your removal job is completed fast, and all dust and mess is removed.
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