Our company serves clients of all sizes across all spaces including corporate offices, industrial facilities, business warehouses, retail stores, restaurants, schools, residential garages, basements and more. Understanding our customer’s goals allows us to offer professional solutions and deliver the highest quality finished floors.
We work with homeowners, builders, contractors, architects and designers on commercial, industrial and residential spaces throughout the Puget Sound area. Our goal is to install high quality, long lasting coatings to meet our client’s needs.
Seattle Surfaces proudly serves the following communities: Seattle, Bellevue, Kirkland, Issaquah, Redmond, Sammamish, Woodinville, Mercer Island, Bothell, Edmonds, Lynnwood, Shoreline, Renton, Lake Forest Park, Mountlake Terrace, Newcastle, Maple Valley, Everett and more in the state of Washington.
WHAT WE DO
Drag the Slider to See the Difference
Coated Floors and Thermal Shock: Why It Matters
Thermal shock is the term used to describe different parts of an object expanding at different rates due to rapid fluctuations in temperature. When a floor is coated, ideally the coating becomes a part of the floor. Since many coatings are made of materials other…
5 Benefits of Epoxy Quartz or Urethane Cement Floors for Commercial Kitchens
1: They are Seamless Unlike traditional flooring choices or quarry tile which is common in commercial kitchens, epoxy and urethane cement floors are completely seamless. They are poured on to the floor and spread across the surface. There are no seams, grout lines or gaps…
How to Choose the Best Flooring for Your Loading Dock
A loading dock can be one of the harshest environments for flooring in a commercial or industrial facility. When you think about it, just about everything whether its raw materials or a large piece of equipment, it most likely passes through the loading dock. The…
Embedding Objects in Epoxy Floors
Why has epoxy flooring become the fastest growing sector of the flooring industry? There are many reasons, but arguably the most prominent, is the shift to more decorative applications. Epoxy used to be available in a handful of colors and when applied, would look like…
How To Stencil A Concrete Floor
In the multitude of options for decorative concrete, one of the easiest to make a dramatic statement is with the use of stencils. We were recently contacted by a contractor and homeowner who were looking to finish a front porch and outdoor fireplace room. The…
Professional vs. DIY Epoxy Garage Floors
We get asked all the time about DIY epoxy kits sold at the box stores. These stores, as well as some paint stores that sell similar kits, want you to believe installing an epoxy floor is just like painting. If you can paint, you can…