Epoxy concrete coatings offer a robust, versatile, and beautiful flooring system for the home and garage as well as a wide range of commercial applications. Glossy Floors specializes in epoxy flooring, decorative metallic epoxy, and commercial polished concrete to transform bland or underperforming concrete into an attractive and long-lasting finished floor. We serve homeowners and all commercial industries with superior customer service, careful prep work, and only high-grade products for results that stand the test of time.
Our Tulsa epoxy flooring contractors serve homeowners in Oklahoma with reliable garage floor epoxy that creates a strong and long-lasting garage floor while sealing the garage concrete. In your garage, an epoxy floor coating can resist gas and oil spills, hot tires, abrasion, and impact while brightening your garage with a colorful, nonporous floor that’s easy to maintain. Professional garage floor epoxy is a smart investment that can last decades and boost your home’s resale value.
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Custom Epoxy Solutions
Our industrial-grade epoxy formulations are also suitable for almost any commercial or industrial application. We install custom epoxy flooring solutions in coffee shops, large retail stores, educational facilities, breweries, medical facilities, office buildings, and more. An alternative to epoxy in commercial properties is polished concrete. Our concrete polishing contractors can transform existing concrete into a highly reflective and strong surface that’s easy to maintain and less porous than untreated concrete. Concrete polishing is a permanent process that can be customized in limitless ways with stains and saw cutting. We can even incorporate your business logo!
Glossy Floors serves residential and commercial customers throughout the Tulsa area with superior epoxy flooring results and polished concrete floor systems.
Our Service Areas
Glossy Floors offers a large service area throughout Greater Tulsa.
We serve the following communities with robust and dependable epoxy flooring and commercial concrete polishing.
Tulsa is now home to more than 400,000 people with a large metropolitan area nearing 1 million residents. While Tulsa was once the world’s oil capital, it now has a very diverse economy focused on energy, aviation, telecommunications, technology, and finance. Tulsa is home to several higher education institutions, a thriving arts and culture scene, and diverse cuisine that includes Lebanese steakhouses, Coney Island hot dogs, and chicken fried steak. Tulsa always has something fun to do from cultural destinations like the Philbrook Museum of Art and the Gilcrease Museum to the Tulsa Zoo and the Victorian arboretum at Woodward Park.
Broken Arrow is Tulsa’s largest suburb and one of the largest cities in Oklahoma with a population of 110,000. The city has changed dramatically from its early agricultural roots and now boasts a diverse economy and a recently revitalized downtown area. Broken Arrow has been ranked as one of the top 10 happiest mid-sized cities in the U.S. as well as one of the safest, most affordable, and most family-friendly suburbs. The city offers plenty of recreational activities for residents like the peaceful Ray Harral Nature Park, the disc golf course at Haikey Creek Park, and fishing at Events Park.
Bartlesville has been named Oklahoma’s most livable city for a reason. Settled amid rolling hills and along the Caney River, Bartlesville has a population of more than 35,000 with an economy based in gas and oil as well as tourism. The city is home to Price Tower, Frank Lloyd Wright’s only skyscraper, and other architectural wonders as well as a revitalized historic downtown. There’s always something to do in Bartlesville from the famous Oklahoma Indian Summer Festival to the Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve.
Owasso, Oklahoma is located just 8 miles north of the Tulsa International Airport with a population of about 30,000. While it was first settled in 1881, Owasso didn’t become a city until 1972 when its population reached 3,000. Since the 1950s, Owasso has been a popular bedroom community for Tulsa with a low cost of living and beautiful scenery with rolling green hills, lakes, and several parks.
Bixby is a mid-sized suburb of Tulsa with a population of almost 27,000, up from just 13,000 in 2000. Bixby is the fastest growing community in Oklahoma with easy access to all of the amenities of Tulsa with a small-town atmosphere. The city has even been named as one of the top 100 places to live in the United States with endless outdoor recreation like fishing and hunting at Bixhoma Lake, disc golf at Haikey Creek Park, and the award-winning Bentley Park Sports Complex with youth soccer, bocce ball, softball, a splash pad, and more.
Jenks is a fast-growing suburb of Tulsa with a population of 17000, up more than 77% since 2010. Located on the Arkansas River, Jenks is the Antique Capital of Oklahoma and boasts a beautiful downtown with restaurants and boutique shops along with its Antiques and Arts District. Jenks is also home to Oklahoma’s only freestanding aquarium. Jenks also hosts the Richard Lloyd Jones Jr. Airport, the reliever for Tulsa International and one of the busiest airports in the state.
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