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Flooring Solutions For Your Entire Home

Carpet, tile, wood and laminate are not the only finishes you should consider for your home.  Seamless epoxy coatings and polished concrete are increasingly popular as they can withstand all that Maine weather has to throw at them. These finishes are suitable for garages, basements, kitchen floors, mudrooms, weight or yoga rooms, spas, wine cellars and many other spaces of your home. Click below on our featured offerings to find out which one might be best for your next project.

Featured Concrete + Epoxy Offerings

Be Inspired

Not only are our finishes stunning but they are functional.  They are stain resistant, water resistant, and easy to clean making them a fantastic choice to accommodate every member of your family, right down to pets.  Should members of your family have mobility concerns, our seamless installations are the perfect fit to address their needs. Click below to get inspired by some of our projects.

Epoxy Coatings

Epoxy coatings can be the perfect balance between function and flare! Concrete no longer has to stay drab and gray. Your imagination may be the only limit when it comes to epoxy finishes and metallic floors. Epoxy is the perfect choice for designers, contractors, architects, and homeowners alike as form and function mix perfectly.

With a wide variety of available choices your concrete can be textured for slip resistance while still having a pop of color or stylized design.

Finish choices include:

At Capozza Concrete + Epoxy Flooring Division we can provide you with a stunning epoxy floor that emulates your personal style. We bring in color, texture, design, you get to think outside of the box. Any decorative finish you can dream, we can provide.

Polished Concrete

Polished concrete floors are highly versatile, durable, and offer a look of sophistication and elegance.  No longer is concrete just a grey cold slab that houses your car and oil stains.  Color, design, high gloss or sheen, textures, patterns can be incorporated to match your personal style. 

Concrete Polishing is a process in which machines with diamond blades grind the surface of an existing concrete slab. Starting with a coarser diamond and progressing to finer resins, we grind away layers of the concrete until we reach your desired sheen finish. It is important to note that our ability to achieve your desired look is impacted by the condition and composition of the existing slab. The polishing process can be completed utilizing either a wet or dry surface, usually defined by the workspace or time frame allocated. During the polishing process, we densify the pores of the concrete, creating a tighter and more durable floor.

Why Polish Concrete?

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Residential Applications

Homeowners can enjoy the low maintenance benefits of polished concrete in their:

The end result of polishing may be either a flat honed finish or high-sheen gloss.  After polishing is complete you can stain the concrete for a unique aesthetic.  If a beautiful natural, and low maintenance flooring option sounds like the perfect match for you, then give our experts a call.  Remember, not all concrete surfaces are the same.  Please contact us for assistance in your specific project. 

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Sealed Concrete

Completing your project to the final step is imperative to the longevity of your investment. You did your research, you may even have decided to add a fantastic decorative finish. Now you need to seal it!

Mother Nature in Maine is beautiful, but she can also give your floors a beating.  Snow, salt, sand, and mud tracked in by your beloved family pet can quickly cause corrosion and break down your new flooring.  Concrete sealing is a process in which our team protects your investment against the elements. We offer different levels of protection dependent on your project and budget.  

Our Concrete + Epoxy Division Project Managers will discuss your options and make the best recommendations with your home and lifestyle in mind. 

Moisture Mitigation

The Moisture Mitigation Process minimizes or eliminates the moisture vapor emissions rate (MVER) from the concrete between the surface and affects adhesion of non-breathable floor treatments, such as resilient flooring and epoxy. Capozza Concrete + Epoxy Flooring Division’s skilled technicians are fully trained to get the job done right. 

Typically, the concrete is shot blasted to create a surface profile and remove any contaminates.  Next, a two part epoxy is applied at a specified thickness,  Once cured, this epoxy layer is what blocks moisture emissions.  The epoxy is then primed and self-leveled over to create a smooth level surface to receive new floor covering.

Moisture mitigation may initially appear expensive; however the upfront investment will always outweigh any future damages. Take the time to do it right the first time! 

Avoid Common Issues

Without proper moisture mitigation, rushing the process, or cutting corners can be a very costly mistake. Down the road your site may experience:

If you need to invest in moisture mitigation for your home or family camp, give our team a call.  We can come to your jobsite to determine the best way to proceed.

Self-Leveling Underlayments

A finished concrete floor may not be the final look you are hoping to achieve. Hardwood, tile, stone, carpet, vinyl; whatever your choice is, the concrete surface must be level. At Capozza Concrete + Epoxy Flooring Division, our technicians are trained in leveling and underlayments for all applications.

We level the concrete by installing a specific depth of cementitious underlayment. Leveling concrete is cost effective as there is minimal downtime between our process and your flooring installation. The installation crew, whether ours or yours, can come in directly behind us and begin their work. You stay on schedule – timing on a project is key!

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Ardex Americas Levelmaster Elite Certified Installation Crew (LME) – Capozza Concrete + Epoxy Flooring Division’s technician team is the ONLY contractor in Maine and New Hampshire who are LME Certified. Our highly skilled craftsmen are dedicated to providing the highest level of quality flooring available. Our continuous training with Ardex Americas allows us to offer you high quality substrate preparation, installation services and flooring options and solutions. The program we are a part of with Ardex is recognized as the benchmark installer program in the substrate preparation industry and generally provides a 25 year warranty.

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Concrete Repair

Do you  have dry, cracked, discolored or stained concrete, or a concrete slab with surface imperfections? You may be experiencing spalling, consistent abrasion, corrosion, chemical spills, acids, salts, structural movements within the slab, random cracking, or control joint damage. But don’t fret because we have the fix for you, so don’t jump to a complete tear out and start over. Replacing concrete can be very costly, especially on a larger project. Talk to our team.  Capozza Concrete + Epoxy Flooring Division has highly trained technicians who will repair your problematic surface and extend the life of your concrete. 


Concrete resurfacing and repair is not only a cost effective choice to prolong the integrity of your concrete, but also an eco-friendly option that allows you to save your surface rather than replace it. By combining patching or leveling with a cementitious topping or epoxy mortar, our skilled craftsman can provide you with cost inhibiting concrete repair. Once the resurfacing and repair is complete, you can even choose to update the overall look with one of our epoxy products.

If your home, beach house, or camp has an unsightly concrete surface, give us a call and we will come to your site to determine what has happened and the best way to proceed. At Capozza Concrete + Epoxy Flooring we want to be your partner. You can rely on our team to provide practical knowledge and experience in selecting a repair which will be cost effective and long lasting.

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