If you are looking to epoxy your garage floor and have no idea how much it should cost, don’t worry. This brief guide will help you understand the factors that affect the price of epoxy concrete floors.
By understanding the costs involved with epoxy concrete, you can find a contractor who will be able to tell you exactly how much their services will cost based on your specific needs.
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How much do people charge for epoxy?
If you’re looking to get an estimate of how much your garage floor will cost, you’d be wise to find out what others in your area are paying.
Unfortunately, there isn’t a lot of information available on this topic. I’ve seen some “average price” lists floating around the internet but they usually only include prices for certain types of epoxy floors (such as garage flooring) and don’t include any location-specific pricing information.
To get a more accurate idea of how much your own job might cost, I’d recommend calling up local contractors and asking them about their rates for installing garage floors made with epoxy resin (or whatever type of product you’re considering).
How much does it cost to epoxy a 2 car garage near me?
You can expect to pay between $1,000 and $2,000 for a 2 car garage. Here’s how the price breaks down:
- Cost of epoxy – Depends on the size of your floor and how much coverage you need. You can use anywhere from 1 gallon (3.8 liters) to 5 gallons (18.9 liters). In general, if you have less than 500 square feet (46 m2), you’ll want to go with 4-5 gallons of epoxy; if you’re covering more than 1,000 square feet (93 m2), then 6+ gallons will probably be necessary.
- Labor – This is where most of your costs will come from since labor is generally charged by the hour or by project fee rather than by the yardage covered or material used; however, some contractors may offer flat rates per job based on experience levels rather than hourly rates which could result in lower prices overall
How much does it cost to epoxy 2 car garage DIY?
You can DIY garage floor epoxy by purchasing the following:
- Epoxy kit: $500+ (you’ll need to buy a kit that includes the epoxy and hardener)
- Paint/primer: $100+ (this will depend on what kind of paint you get, so figure out exactly how much it would cost)
- Labor costs: $300 – $400 per hour (your time is valuable and if you’re taking time off work to do this project, then include that in the cost)
How do you calculate epoxy flooring?
There are a number of factors to consider when calculating the cost per square foot of your garage floor.
There are calculators available online that help you figure out how much material you’ll need for your project, however, if you prefer to do the math yourself, here are some formulas:
- Cost per gallon = (cost per square foot)*(square feet covered)
- Cost per cubic meter = (cost per cubic yard)*(cubic yards used)*1m3/1yd3
- Cost per square meter = (cost per square yard)*0.846m/0.9144yd
How long does it take to epoxy a garage floor?
You should expect to devote a few days of your weekend to the project. We’ll assume you’re starting with an empty, clean garage floor and you won’t be taking on any other projects during this time.
If you’ve got the day off on Sunday, do the prep work for applying the epoxy in your garage (cleaning it with a degreaser).
If not, Monday is probably best; Tuesday will depend on how much time off work you can take. On Thursday or Friday, paint anything that needs it (if there are areas where paint has chipped off).
Then come Saturday—while everyone else is out enjoying their weekend—you get to finish up the job by applying two coats of epoxy!
That’s about three full days for one coat if everything goes smoothly; two coats will take twice as long but leave a smoother surface when finished.
Can you epoxy over cracked concrete?
Yes, you can epoxy over cracked concrete. Epoxy is a great way to repair concrete, and it’s especially suited for a garage floor.
You’ll need to clean the existing cracked concrete before applying epoxy or any other type of sealer/sealer.
You can use a pressure washer to clean the surface, but ensure you wear protective eyewear and clothing during this process because pressure washers can be quite powerful and dangerous if not used properly!
If you have an old coat of epoxy on your garage floor that needs removing before applying a new product, we recommend using a concrete grinder instead of trying to sand off with power sanders or by hand—this will allow you to remove more material in less time while reducing the risk of damaging underlying surfaces like wood or steel joists underneath your flooring layers!
How many sq ft is a 2 car garage?
A two-car garage is 200 square feet, while a three-car garage measures 300 square feet. If you have four cars in your garage, your four-car garage will be 400 square feet.
Five cars require 500 square feet and six cars need 600 square feet of space. A seventh car in the same space would be 700 sq ft
How many square feet is a 3 car garage?
A 3 car garage is about 300 square feet. That’s about the size of a small house, apartment, or living room.
It’s much bigger than your average bedroom—but not quite as big as your primary suite.
The answer to how much it cost to epoxy garage flooring is that it will depend on the size of your garage, the type of flooring you choose, and whether or not you want any additional services or upgrades.
If you have any questions about pricing, feel free to contact us so we can help determine what options are available for your project!