Epoxy is a very versatile coating perfect for refurbishing old, faded, damaged or simply outdated countertops and surfaces. Once properly prepared surfaces can be coated with metallic colors and epoxy then manipulated by the applicator to create truly unique one-of-a-kind countertops and surfaces.
We can create countertops as unique and interesting as you can imagine, or we can create more common surface appearances resembling stone, marble, galaxy, and sandstones.
You can have your countertops resurfaced without the cost of removal and replacing. Some of the appearances we can create with metallic epoxy rival any natural stone or tile at a fraction of the cost.
The Epoxy coatings we apply cure to a very hard, heat resistant, and scratch resistant surface that they even stand up to a pot straight from the stove.
Some of the surfaces we create with metallic colors and epoxy are very stunning usually making customers refer to their new surfaces as ART. Truly beautiful surfaces your family, visitors, or customers will enjoy for years.
Since epoxy is liquid impermeable preventing mold and bacteria growth, these countertops and surfaces are very safe and easy to clean. Therefore, many hospitals and clinics trust their surfaces to epoxy coatings.
The countertop epoxy system we use can be applied directly over your existing countertops and surfaces. Formica, tile, stone, wood, even sinks and shower stalls can be prepared correctly to establish the desired bond needed to create strong, durable and beautiful surfaces that can literally last a lifetime.
Ace Dragon Coatings and Foam Inc. employees have been trained by industry leaders. Although some DIY types attempt their own projects, having your new surface completed by a professional will ensure the overall success, functionality, and beauty of your new metallic epoxy countertops and surfaces.
We install the best product, do it with professional skill and integrity - that is our mode of operation.
Ace Dragon has coated tank linings in Alaska , from the North Slope to the offshore rigs in Cook Inlet.