Is Epoxy Right For You?

What can Epoxy do for you? 


What is your approach to epoxy?  Are you a consumer looking for a unique look for your garage or patio?  Maybe you are looking to restructure your business?  Scorpion PowerCoat Epoxy does all these.  Our programs are set so that anyone who wants to can get started with epoxy or tackle the one time job with success.  There are price structures that reflect accordingly to our existing dealers and those taking on a DIY project.  Bulk packages for dealers and everyday installers allows business owners to maximize their opportunity.  


Versatile and durable, Scorpion PowerCoat is only limited to the applicator’s creativity.  We offer many color options.  Flake chips can be used to make any custom look.  Do we have any sports fans ready…… about an epoxy floor that is customized with your favorite team’s colors? All possible with our line of epoxy.    


Concerned about non-skid.  Yep, we got you covered.  For applications that need a certain level of slip resistance, we use quartz additives.   Now, don’t worry about it hurting your feet.  Our process for applying quartz additives will ensure that will not be a problem.

  • base layer of epoxy
  • layer of quartz
  • top coat of polyaspartic


The top coat of polyaspartic offers a finish that will come into to direct contact with the bare feet.  (This is a common application in pool lockers and swim houses).  The quartz chips are sealed into the polyaspratic and not a threat to hurting feet.  This application provides a beautiful finish while offering a non-slip surface that is not going to be harsh on the patrons of the pool.  Of course one consideration for this coating is durability  and ability to resist the effect of chlorine that will carried into the locker room facility from the guess of the pool….. No problem!  The polyaspartic provides a chemical resistance to numerous products and chlorine is one of them.  

Other place that we commonly see Scorpion Pro applied.

  • Garage Floors
  • Patio 
  • Decks
  • Entry ways
  • Convention centers
  • Dining rooms
  • Restaurants


Commonly used on flooring, they can be applied to other locations

  • Industrial 
  • Commercial
  • Residential
  • Carbon Fiber
  • Fiberglass

Composite Materials

  • Wood
  • Veneer
  • Metal
  • Stone
  • Painted Surfaces
  • Table Tops