Several different factors go into determining the cost of an epoxy floor coating. Everything from the floor’s size to the style will change the final cost for the installation. Below, you can see these factors and how they affect the price:
The size of the room or building you’re having your epoxy floor installed will have a significant effect on the price. Not only does floor size affect the final price, but it also can alter the cost per square foot. In most cases, the larger your floor is, the lower the cost per square foot will be. The reason behind this is because, with a smaller room, there are typically more obstacles and transitions to work around. The epoxy flooring can be applied more efficiently and quickly with larger spaces, making the price go down.
Epoxy Flooring Style
Epoxy floors are not limited to simple, solid-color styles, such as standard epoxy flooring. There are also styles like metallic epoxy flooring, decorative flake epoxy flooring, 3D epoxy flooring, and even specialty epoxy flooring that can include various objects like pennies or bottlecaps inlaid within the resin. The epoxy floor style you choose will play a significant role in determining how much the entire project will cost. Standard epoxy flooring will be the most affordable, while metallic, decorative flake, and other epoxy floors will increase that price.
Even the patterns and colors you choose will play some role in the price you’ll pay for installing an epoxy floor coating. This is one of the more straightforward price factors for an epoxy floor. The more complex your floor’s design is, the more you’ll need to pay for installation. Solid color designs or even some two-color designs are typically on the lower end of the cost spectrum. However, when you begin to incorporate more colors and more complex decorative elements, such as floral patterns, the price will creep up.
As with most building projects, epoxy flooring does have some extras and additives that can be included in the floor for an additional price. Some of these extras include non-skid additives, which will increase the traction on your epoxy floor, and logos, which can be anything from company logos, team logos, and even family names. Adding these extras will usually only minorly increase your floor’s cost, depending on the size and scope of the additives you’re including.