Designer Epoxy Project at Trinity United Church
This project was one of our favorite to work on. The staff at Trinity United Church in Beeton were very friendly and hospitable. Our goal was to remove all the old coatings and create a beautiful new brighter epoxy finishing. We also added in a custom epoxy logo to the center of the main room to add our unique touch!
Before We Started
When we arrived, the floor was fairly well leveled but had many imperfections. There were varying colors between places, and the old paint was applied to a floor that was not properly prepared. This caused some peeling and imperfection over time.
Old kitchen imperfections
Varying Colors Between Rooms
Poor Quality Bathroom Floors
Patches and Epoxy Primer
Writing The Logo
Preparation and Epoxy Primer
After the floor was perfectly ground down, we patched everything and applied an epoxy primer to work as a concrete seal and close up all the pores. We also drew out the custom logo and did the primary coat with a thick coat of light grey epoxy.
Clear Coat Applied On Logo For Contrast
The Completed Designer Epoxy Job
Our final step was to put the main coat of premium light epoxy, and a couple coats of protective eurathane to preserve the life of the epoxy. We loved the final product!