Application of epoxy floor coatings like Chip, Metallic, Quartz and Solid-color finish are best done by seasoned experts. Once you decide what system best suits your home or commercial project, how will you decide what contractor to go with? A quote and consultation is a great place to start, but what questions should you ask in the process? How do you know who you can trust? With this in mind, here are some pointers on how to choose the best of the best epoxy floor contractor.
The first step to choosing a contractor is selecting the epoxy floor coating system that is right for your home and project. Find out what flooring finishes are good for what uses. The only way to do this is research. Though going down the epoxy floor coating internet rabbit hole can be intense and time consuming, just remember, if you are saturated in literature about epoxy floor coatings now, all the more prepared you’ll be to start asking questions when you meet with the contractor.
Reputation and years of service
While you will want to compare and contrast years of operation and choose the company with the most experience, you’ll also want to find out how much experience the person tasked to your specific job has. If it’s less than expert, ask if there be a site supervisor there to support.
References, referrals and reviews
The consumer protection agency and Better Business Bureau can be helpful but now-a-days check out crowd-sourced commentary too. Google, Facebook and Yelp can be good resources to check reviews as well as each company’s website. In addition, don’t be afraid to ask your sales representative directly for references and to see portfolios of past work.
Licensed and insured
During your first inquiry on contracting services ask about credentials and what commercial coverage is carried. A contractor’s license number and contact information and documentation for liability insurance are not unusual to ask after. Follow up with a call to insure both are valid and current.