Epoxy Flooring Virginia is based in Alexandria, Virginia but delivers quality epoxy floor installation in a large service area throughout Virginia and West Virginia. Our service area extends into communities in the DC and Alexandria metropolitan areas like Leesburg, Chantilly, and Charles Town.
Much of our business focuses on garage epoxy flooring, an economical and attractive garage flooring solution. With garage epoxy, you can turn your garage into usable, clean, and bright space with a floor system that resists gas and oil, moisture, abrasion, road salt, and more. We also install beautiful decorative residential epoxy systems for basements and other living areas.
In addition to residential epoxy, we install specialized industrial and commercial epoxy flooring for a wide range of applications like retail, food processing and commercial kitchens, educational buildings, medical facilities, factories, and more.
Epoxy floor coatings are a smart investment in any home or business. When installed correctly, epoxy systems can last up to 20 years or up to 8-10 years in even extreme industrial conditions. We use only high-grade epoxy products and careful preparation of your concrete floor to deliver long-lasting and flawless results.
Our West Virginia Epoxy Service Areas
We don’t just serve customers in Virginia; we also serve a handful of communities in West Virginia with high-quality garage epoxy flooring and other epoxy systems.
- Charles Town, WV Charles Town, West Virginia is a smaller town located less than an hour from Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Known to outsiders for the Hollywood Casino, the community has a rich history dating back to its founder, Charles Washington, the youngest brother of George Washington.
- Martinsburg, WV Martinsburg is one of the largest cities in West Virginia and the largest in the Eastern Panhandle. This community is home to a number of large private employers although many residents are employees of the federal government, including the VA Medical Center, IRS, and Coast Guard.
Our Virginia Epoxy Service Areas
Epoxy Flooring Virginia is committed to providing the highest-quality customer service paired with beautiful epoxy flooring systems that last. We serve residential and customer customers in Fairfax County, Loudoun County, and surrounding cities in Virginia.
The following are the most important characteristics of Virginia epoxy and how they benefit your business.
Alexandria is one of Virginia’s largest cities with a population now topping 160,000. The city is known for its gorgeous architecture, historical landmarks, and amazing culture with seemingly endless theaters, restaurants, boutiques, galleries, and museums to explore. While just minutes from D.C., Alexandria feels worlds away with its preserved 18th century architecture that has earned it the designation as one of the prettiest cities in the South.
Centreville, sometimes misspelled as Centerville, is a major suburb of Washington, D.C. located in Fairfax County, VA. As early as the 1950s, Centreville was a small town but the population rapidly grew in the 1990s and 2000s thanks to a growing economy and its convenient location near D.C. Today’s Centreville has the charm of a small town and the amenities of the big city.
Leesburg is the county seat of Loudoun County, Virginia and the largest city in the county with a population of nearly 55,000. Leesburg offers endless landmarks, historic sites, and outdoor destinations to explore like the Marshall House, Ball’s Bluff Battlefield, and Union Cemetery. Leesburg, VA has gone through substantial growth in the last few decades, growing from a small town to a major bedroom community for commuters in the area.
Located in Loudoun County, VA, Ashburn is a large suburb known for its great dining, nationally lauded school district, strong economy, and endless things to see and do. Ashburn was recently ranked as one of the best places in the country to live with a close-knit community that feels much smaller than it really is.
Perhaps best known for the Manassas National Battlefield Park and site of two major battles in the Civil War, Manassas is also a major city in the DC, Arlington, and Alexandria area with a population of more than 41,000. While its history can be seen on every street, Manassas is also a modern city with everything from museums and beautiful parks to fine arts and entertainment.
Located in the Shenandoah Valley, Winchester is a unique city with a population of nearly 28,000. Winchester is the home of the annual Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival as well as dozens of historical sites, museums, and the Jim Barnett Park with a lake and arboretum.
With a growing population of more than 20,000, Chantilly, Virginia is known for its role in space and aviation history. The town boasts plenty of attractions like the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, where you can watch air traffic from Dulles Airport, and the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum. Chantilly is one of the crown jewels of Fairfax County, Virginia.
The City of Fairfax offers the perfect combination of rich history, outdoor recreation, and comfortable living. The city was the site of the Civil War’s first land battle and is today a thriving community that has been ranked as one of the best places to live well in the U.S. In recent years, Old Town Fairfax has enjoyed redevelopment that has introduced condos, shopping, and more.
Front Royal, VA
Located in Warren County, Virginia, Front Royal is one of the best-kept secrets in the state. This gateway to the Shenandoah National Park offers endless things to see and do including hiking on the Appalachian Trail, the Skyline Caverns, and the Smithsonian Institution Conservatory.