Epoxy Riverside has a large service area in San Bernardino and Riverside counties. We are committed to excellence, providing high-quality epoxy flooring in Riverside, California and surrounding communities. Much of our business focuses on homeowners who want to update their garage or living space with durable and attractive flooring. Garage epoxy flooring is one of our most popular services, transforming Riverside garages from dusty and boring to sleek, stain-resistant, and bright. We also serve commercial customers in the area with a range of commercial epoxy flooring solutions.
Considering investing in an epoxy floor coating? We use only high-quality epoxy products installed by licensed professionals to deliver flawless results that last. We specialize in garage epoxy flooring, residential epoxy, and commercial epoxy systems with nearly endless customization options to customize your new floor.
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We are committed to providing the best possible results. Don’t be fooled by other so-called epoxy experts who are trying to capitalize on the growing awareness of epoxy floor coatings among consumers. These fly-by-night companies may be using inferior products that are more paint than epoxy and cutting corners during installation that will lead to premature flooring failure.
Our epoxy flooring contractors take the time to carefully prepare your concrete prior to installation. We repair cracks, spalling, and other damage then prepare the surface with shot blasting or diamond grinding to profile the surface. This allows for a superior bond so that, when your epoxy cures, it will last for many years and withstand all types of damage like abrasion, vehicle traffic, and chemical spills.
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Our Service Areas
While based in Riverside, we deliver superior epoxy flooring services in surrounding areas of Riverside and San Bernardino counties.
Located just 55 miles east of Los Angeles, Riverside is the county seat and largest city of Riverside County with a population of more than 300,000. Riverside was long the citrus capital of Southern California and home to the first orange trees in California. When modern irrigation and refrigerated railroad cars came to the region, Riverside became the richest city in the country. This led to rapid growth as people from elsewhere in the U.S. and Europe relocated to Riverside for its beautiful weather. Riverside is still home to many historic buildings from this era spread throughout its 28 designated neighborhoods like Canyon Crest and Mission Grove.
Located in Riverside County, Corona has a population of more than 150,000. Originally called South Riverside during the citrus boom in Southern California, Corona quickly gained popularity among celebrities thanks to its privacy and upscale living. Once mostly an agricultural area, Corona’s population has soared in recent years, transforming it into one of the most popular suburbs of Los Angeles. Corona remains a largely residential community with popular neighborhoods like North Corona, South Corona, and Dos Lagos.
Located at the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains in the southwest corner of San Bernardino County, Rancho Cucamonga has a population of more than 175,000. This beautiful city is known for its superb location and thriving economy. Thanks to its infrastructure, airports, and transportation hubs, Rancho Cucamonga is home to dozens of large corporations like Southern California Edison and Coca-Cola. It’s also known for its affluent neighborhoods. Rancho Cucamonga is frequently named as one of the best places to live in the U.S. with highly rated public schools.
Located in Riverside County, Temecula borders San Diego County and the Pechanga Indian Reservation, whose Pechanga Resort & Casino attracts millions to the area. Temecula is a popular tourist destination with attractions like the Temecula Valley International Film Festival, Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival, and its famous golf courses. The city is also home to dozens of beautiful communities like Country Glen, Glenoak Hills, and Lake Village.
Nestled in Riverside County’s San Jacinto Valley, Hemet has a population of more than 85,000. The community has a rich history, first as a farm settlement and then as a working-class retirement area in the 1960s. Today, Hemet residents enjoy the area’s rural small-town feel with affordable housing and close proximity to San Bernardino, Riverside, and Corona. Residents and visitors alike can also appreciate the nearby Diamond Valley Lake, one of the largest reservoirs in the region with boating, fishing, hiking, and more.