When you’re an epoxy floor guy, you probably subscribe to YouTube channels that most people don’t. I typically look for people that work with epoxies in an artistic way. When I say “artistic”, I’m talking about the guys who add a little bit of their own style to what can be a pretty mundane process.
Most epoxies are poured, then spread with a squeegie or roller and either left alone to self-level or top-coated. But it’s the little extra touches that separate the artists from the appliers. Both probably end up with effective coatings, whether on a counter top or floor, but when someone has the ability to envision what the floor could be and the skill to apply it, the results can be beautiful.
If you’re reading this, you’re probably interested in having an epoxy floor installed somewhere in your home or business and in my quest to bring ideas to customers, I spend hours on YouTube and in other places to find inspiration. I recently started following David Stein on YouTube. His work is inspirational. He’s based in Texas, and while I can’t bring him to each of my customers in Florida, we can certainly view his work for inspiration. If you have a few minutes, check it out and if you see something you like, let me know.