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"I would strongly recommend . We decided to renovate our basement last spring and after getting our design, I started contacting flooring" companies. After contacting three or four, I received a couple responses that said they wouldn't be able to fit it in for a few months and a couple responses about not having equipment that could go down residential stairs into a basement. Luckily I came across and they were excellent. We worked with , who scheduled us originally for late June. When my plumbers were behind, I had to reschedule for mid- . In mid- , however, the new concrete wasn't cured enough and they had to delay the project, which wasn't their fault. To their credit, they didn't charge extra or cause a big issue, but just told me that they would have to reschedule for when the concrete was cured enough and when they would have some free time in their schedule. They were able to work us in about mid-August when we were out of town, and worked with my housesitters without concern and I was able to return to fantastic floors. Throughout the process, was incredibly responsive and communicative. I would recommend them without hesitation.

-Daniel F.

"I expected and believed I had been sold a resurfacing solution that would be clean, smooth and better than the century-old concrete floor we started with. The" final product is prone to water staining; it's coarse, nearly impossible to sweep and not level. This means that water pools where it didn't before and, where the water pools, the new surface corrodes and stains. When I contacted for remedial action, I was told that there was little that could be done and that I'd have to wait several months while all my stuff waited in storage. Overall, extremely disappointing in every way.


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"Etiquette and tipping experts agree that tipping a contractor and his employees isn't expected because contractors offer to do a job for you at a specific price. Any extra money they would want would be built into their bid. Also, it's a business relationship rather than one where they are performing a personal service for you like a waiter or a maid. But if the employees do extra jobs around the house, then experts say it is appropriate to tip a cash amount equivalent to the task; "tip gifts" such as cookies and drinks can count. "The key to tipping is whether or not it was outside the scope of what was normally expected," says Mark Brenner, author of "Tipping for Success!"

My opinion is that a little bit of courtesy (snacks, drinks, expression of appreciation etc.) goes a long way and upon completion of their work you feel compelled by a job well done to offer a little extra in the form of a tip - go for it, but do not feel obligated. 
I agree with your choice - this is about the only product that can realistically, for a large room, be taken out and cleaned up after a flood and reused, thouhg carpet can be if you strip it into smaller pieces to carry wet, AND you have somewhere to wash and dry it - that is usually the problem. However, bear in mind it still has to be done within about 2 days or mildew/mold will grow on it, and may or may not be totally removeable. My personal preferences - mostly because their products are consistent, the joints stay snapped together, and they are not overly soft (a problem with cheap vinyls) are Pergo, Tarkett, Armstrong. Whatever you buy, be sure it can come back apart - some plank products are not made with a self-adhering contact glue in the joints that prevent you from taking it apart again, and some brands their snap design, while maybe better at preventing joint separation, cannot feasibly be unsnapped without tearing or breaking it off. Also, be sure whatever brandname and product line you choose it 100% vinyl (other than the urethane surface protective layer) - many vinyl floor products have paper or fiber cores or other water-absorbing components. Remember that, on concrete, since it wicks soil moisture through it, you till need a 6 mil vapor barrier under the flooring and positively sealed all around the edges to avoid the risk of mold growing on the underside of the vinyl.
Agreed.  If you have existing cracking in porcelain you need to know the cause first.  I don't know of any reputable contractor that would dare install tile over existing tile.  Also, any manufacturer warranties for defects would be null due to improper installation.  Did the contractor offer this solution or did you ask for it?  The mear fact that he is agreeing to or offering it tells me you need to leave this guy for someone who knows what they are talking about before he does only half the job which will have to be redone in the near future, costing you more in the long run.

I get so many calls from customers that were talked into a "cheaper" way to do something only to find the work very sub-par.  The sad part is they are out the money they spent in the first place along with the additional amount I have to charge just to undo what the first contractor did before I can do it right.  This floor could end up costing you double what it should if it's not done right.

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Great, we started the project during a recent Home Show. came the house and submitted to us a proposal. We set up an appointment for them to install the floor on April 6th. We received a message early the week before telling us that the crew would be there at 7 AM. They were there on time. Took them about four hours to remove ...More the old floor cover, diamond grind the existing concrete, install the base coat and vinyl chips which gave the floor it's texture.
They left for about three hours while the base coat dried. When they returned the covered the vinyl chips with the Polyaspartic covering. They told us to let this dry for about three hours and left about 6 PM
The next morning, right at 7 AM, they returned to reinstalled all the closet doors, and move the washer and dryer back into place. This took about two hours.
The floor looks wonderful and probably will outlive the house

Solid responsiveness with a friendly crew. was also good in helping us see our options and best prepare for what the outcome might be. The final commercial finish required some touch-up after it set, which was well accommodated by .
- Jeremy F.

Attempted to contact provider via their website and telephone to schedule an estimate. After receiving an initial e-mail that stated I would be called the next day I had no more contact. I called and left a message to try and get in touch. No response (either e-mail or phone). Could not use the provider.
- Dawn F.

I'm somewhat disappointed in these guys. The good news is that they were easy to work with, their bid seemed reasonable, they showed up on time to do the work, finished on time, and much of the floor area looks as good as I expected. They did indoor concrete grinding and their dust collection equipment seemed to work pretty well; there was only ...More a light coating of dust left behind.
The disappointment is that although they masked the baseboards with blue tape, they managed to get a fair bit of epoxy on the baseboards nonetheless. In some cases they splattered epoxy above the tape, but there are lots of places where epoxy seems to have leaked under the masking tape. The baseboards will pretty much need to be repainted entirely.
There are some other areas where the finish of the floor itself isn't up to expectations, it looks like they didn't vacuum all the grinding debris, which was then epoxied in place; that issue isn't really fixable by me. Those areas are small in comparison to the total floor area, but it seems like a problem that could have been prevented with a little more care.

- Matthew B.

My basement had horrible carpet. I decided to remove it to do some alternative kind of flooring (tile or pergo or something) and when I tore it all out, I realized that the concrete underneath was really uneven and covered in cracked self-leveler. I realized pretty quickly that I was going to have to level the floor, and if I was going to have to ...More do that I figured finishing the concrete would be a neat solution. I quickly realized that the concrete was beyond my capabilities though and I called Back Custom Coatings. showed up on time and came and looked at my basement. He told me up front that it was going to be difficult to get it level and that it was going to cost quite a bit to repair it because of the time and effort of repairing it all. He actually recommended that I get an estimate for having it re-poured to see what the difference was. He sent me two estimates, one assuming nothing went pear-shaped, and another assuming everything did. I got other estimates from other companies as well; however, I liked 's demeanor and honesty so much that the other companies didn't give me a good feeling. I called back and told him I wanted to proceed.Him and his brother showed up a few weeks later (they're busy guys, also a good sign) on time and got straight to work. They had everything done in a few days and it turned out better than I had hoped and came in at the lowest quoted price. My basement looks like a new house. It actually makes the upstairs look like it needs to be updated. Everything about these guys is great. They obviously care about what they are doing and the results are incredible. These guys are artists. I can't recommend them enough.
- Jason L.

FIRST COATING: It started slowly - the 3 person crew was late...then had a generator that ran out of gas and had to leave multiple times to get supplies, which I find absolutely unacceptable and unprofessional. The floor prep is key and was done with a diamond grinder; however, they made a big mess with the silica from the concrete that was not properly ...More cleaned when they left (and silica is very dangerous to breathe in and is a carcinogen). The white dust was EVERYWHERE. Why? Well, I was told they would start at 8am or 8:30am, but they actually started after 9am. The continual delays caused them to work to 10:30pm -- and it was past the 10pm cutoff for leaf blower noise and there was zero visibility, so they just didn't finish cleanup. One of the key selling points of this product is the 1-day timeline and it was irritating to have one of the installers ask whether I'd like them back for a 2nd day. The speedcove application (which is the floor/wall rounding and waterproof ) took longer than expected -- perhaps 2-3 hours and the guys seemed to have a lot of trouble with 45 degree miter cuts for corners -- a photo will be added which shows how they did the corners - sloppy holes and caps -- not sure why Angies didn't post it. A 2nd truck and a 4th guy arrived later in the day and they eventually started putting down the coats. First the base coat was applied, then body, then chips, then scraping the chips, then the top coat, sanding, and a 2nd top coat, and aluminum oxide...Overall, the floor looks OK, but had two major defects and some minor gaps in the speedcove adhesive: First, I discovered three dark brown spots on the floor - one was approx 2" x 4" in size. I was told by Jenci that this was uncured staining, due to UV, and that it would eventually clear up. I called and talked to the head tech at BASF and he told me it was not that at all, but in fact that they put too much catalyst down and it was causing the floor to burn. One cannot fix the burn -- only way to mitigate is to re-do 3 coats -- allowing you to re-apply the to cover the burn. In addition, and most disturbing, I discovered that there were HUNDREDS of holes in the floor -- all the way down to the concrete. They holes were from the spikes on the installers shoes. I measured them with a highly accurate dial gauge and they were between 20 and 55mils thick on the sample of perhaps 10 I tested. It is not clear whether there were top coats on top of the holes (clearly no base and primer coat) -- the top coats are clear...The first top-coat was estimated as 15-20mils thick by Jenci and the second was stated to be 10-15... thickness in areas of holes is: 55+20+15 = 90mils - slightly short of 100mils as quoted initially. Later, in email, I received more detailed thicknesses by from Jenci: "The primer, body and first topcoat are applied at approximately 15 - 20 mils each and the last topcoat is applied at approximately 10 - 15 mils. The flake thickness varies depending on the size and type of flake, but generally, it adds about 20 - 30 mils. This is a broadcast system and contains variations in the final product." That's 75mils min. thickness by Jenci latest #s - I wish this information was more clear initially, but I thank him for clarifying it eventually (with 25% less thickness). Clearly, this is a case of a decent to great product with a terrible installation. UPDATE 1: What I found the most troubling was the hesitation by the company to do the "right" fix. Jenci was focused on a fix that had LOW COST and a very low probability of success -- they wanted to come by and patch -- hole by hole -- hundreds of holes. Are you kidding me? They also wanted me to talk to their local (highly biased and not impartial) BASF salesman to discuss mitigation options, which also rubbed me the wrong way (I wasn't born yesterday). By that time, I had already talked to the head tech at BASF (and the head trainer for North America on these floors) and he agreed that re-coating was a better solution and one that he'd do on his own floor. UPDATE 2 and SECOND COATING: It took about two weeks, but they finally did the right thing and re-coated the floor. They applied a coat of MMA to re-activate the topcoat, then applied another base and , then two top coats with a new coat of Aluminum Oxide...This floor looks great -- it meets expectations and Jenci and his crew at should be commended for (finally, and after some delay) doing the right thing. I wish the company would have done the right thing without so much effort on my part however and for this I am still hesitant to recommend them. It's not clear to me whether BASF or stepped up and picked up with bill for the defective installation -- I'd like to know out of curiosity. I'm sure my floor is above the 100mil thickness spec as well. As a result of the mitigation, I am improving their overall rating from an F to a C, Quality from F to C, Professionalism from D to B -- I urge Jenci to train the installers to have the appropriate materials & supplies on site when they arrive. Price is still quite high for this product at over $6/sq ft -- an F compared to Epoxy and a B compared to other installations of this MMA product...I will periodically update this review as I live & work with the floor...if it outperforms over the long term, I will note that -- I have high expectations, given the $6.36+/sq ft. 1 MONTH UPDATE: moving price from F to B -- while this is 2x the cost of a high end epoxy, it is what it is and MMAs are expensive...the cost from Jenci is actually low compared to some applications of MMA. WHY? This application is rolled on -- it's called the 'neat system' by Jenci...it isn't the same way the product is applied at $10-$15/sq ft with trowels....this is a thicker, floor leveling system that used a lot more product. In any case, floor still looks great and is holding up well so far. 6 MONTH UPDATE: the smell is still there, but I think (hope) it is getting better. The surface appears pretty good - my only complaint so far is that I didn't tell them to retain the "gap"/"cut" into the cement that helped to keep some of the water out of the garage. I am looking into threshold seals for that now. Overall, good product. I am upgrading the quality to a B and overall to B as a result.
- Leigh Anne R.

Contractor was on time for initial appointment, and got our bid back to us in a timely manner. He did not try to oversell, just provided what we really wanted. He came back twice to advise and confirm the job before starting. He was very through with the details. Started the job when he said and finished on time. Worked around our "open" hours ...More so as to disrupt our customers as little as possible. At times worked till 1-2am! By nature the grinding, and floor work is messy. The crew was as neat and clean as could be expected. Much better than some other floor contractors we have had in our building. Whole job was completed in 5 days, which I thought was pretty good. The fist floor came out with a terrific shine, and should hold up very well. There were a couple of spots that had to be re-done, but these were done within a day and almost immediately after we called in the problem. The upper floors are not as dramatic a change as the 1st floor, however that is partially due to the existing floor not being in very good shape and not the contractors fault. Overall we were very happy with the result. We will be calling them again for periodic maintenance as they are a full service flooring company.
- Chris B.

It was a pleasure to work with the brothers, start to finish. My initial phone call was promptly returned and , after listening to my floor problem, said my proposed fix clearly was not going to work and why. We made an appointment for him to see the project I had begun and he brought photos and finish ...More samples of different options for my basement floor. I picked an epoxy finish as I could pick out whatever color I wanted and, because the color is part of the finish, it will not wear off. I gave a paint swatch to and he had it color matched perfectly. The brothers do their own work, no subs, and hard work it is. They spent all day yesterday doing the prep work, much of it on their hands and knees. By the end of the exhausting day, they were covered with dust but the basement was clean and tidy and the floor already looked nice. Today they applied the epoxy finish coat and it is gorgeous. I am thrilled with the results. I have high expectations and I am often disheartened with how things go; but this project not only met my expectations, it exceeded them. Thank you for your fantastic work.

Epoxy Floor Contractors in Portland

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3M remodeling

13511 SE Division

A1 Retrofit LLC

1811 ne 84th way

Advanced Concrete Staining

P O Box 3162
Oregon City


16312 SE Stephens Street

Alternative Surfaces

PO Box 42410

Avenue Flooring

35531 Firway Ln
St. Helens

Beaverton Flooring Co.

6975 SW. Oakwood Dr.

Blake Enterprises

15997 SE Tong Rd

Boles Brothers Inc.

28300 NE Mountain Top Rd

Boyd Brothers Terrazzo

PO Box 25568

Breunig Construction Inc.

14360 SE Haze Ct.

Bulldog Designs

1090 N 26th Terrace

Burton Painting & More. LLC

14301 NE 79th Street

Casabella Painting

279 Eldin Ave. NE

Charles Parsons Contractors, Inc.

13975 Traveler Rd
Oregon City

Custom Painting Solutions

11103 SW Davies Rd

Denham Construction Inc

15365 SW 141st Ave

EcoTec Trade Services llc.

3439 NE Sandy Blvd.

Ehsan's Interior Remodeling LLC

P.O. Box 2827

Elevate Construction Inc

1000 S Fairfield Drive

Encore Facilities Management

8166 SW Durham Rd

Fast Finish

3099 19th Pl NW



Garage Themes

1896 SE Oak Shore Ln

GruntWorks by HouseHappy

380 NW 13th Ave.

GTM Construction Inc

17735 Mardee Ave
Lake Oswego

Halgren Construction

23629 SW Ladd Hill Rd

Handslick Painting

20019 SE Augusta Dr
Oregon City

In Your Home

16869 SW 65th Ave
Lake Oswego

Innovative Painting Pro's

P.O. Box 3331

JAS Company

111 SW Fifth Ave #1740

Jenkins Painting LLC

PO Box 5547

KB Accents



6741 SW Raleighwood Way

Kevin Ainsworth LLC

16200 SW Pacific Hwy # H-180

Kincaid Custom Surface, Inc.

3023 NE Rocky Butte Rd.

Lanphere Construction & Development

13625 SW Farmington Road

Marcella and Sons Fine Finishes LLC

4250 SW 175th Ave

Monkey Bars NW

3439 NE Sandy Blvd Ste 6210

Monster Custom Interiors

1208 NE 94th Place

Muir Painting

11289 SE 119th Dr
Happy Valley

Neil G. Blatner

9355 SW 12th Dr.

New World Inc


North BEST ECO Blasting

7025 SE 117th PL


10260 SW Nimbus Ave

NW Real Estate Restorations Inc

2177 NE 23rd St

NW Renovations

PO Box 186

Old Soldiers Construction


Pavel's Tile Llc

2900 General Anderson rd


1115 Washington St Apt 4
Oregon City

Pickett Painting

16030 NE 14th Circle


3129 N Summit Ave

Pride In Painting, Inc

2702 SE 153 Ave

Refined Painting Services

1522 NE Market Dr


PO BOX 822795

Specialty Coatings Inc

7799 SW Cirrus Dr

Spray Masters Painting Inc

16055 SW Walker Rd

Stone NW

7002 NE 88th St


Mt. Tabor. SE Portland.

TGL Construction LLC

9608 NE 59th Ave

Titan Restorations llc

10013 ne Hazeldell Ave #192

Total Seal

318 SE Main St., Suite 200

Trail Blazing Corporation

PO Box 703

Velazquez Painting & Construction LLC

34074 w campbell Loop, Seaside, OR 97138

Victor's Painting LLC.

3181 NE 23rd St Apt D115

West Coast Commercial Floors

10906 NE 39th Street Suite A-9

Wright Choice Flooring LLC

5940 SE Monroe St.

Wright Touch Painting

10501 NW Moores Valley Rd

Yaskara Painting

1019 W 39th St

Your Concrete Guy

109B SE Alder

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