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Trailer Floor Coatings By STRONGHOLD FLOORS

Your trailer works hard so PROTECT THE DECK with our specialty coating systems

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Our Trailer Floor Coatings are Great for Box Trucks too

You trailer’s wood floor needs protected, just like a concrete floor. Our teams install the same level of polymer coatings in trailers and box trucks as we install in service bays, production floors and race car garages.

The difference is in the epoxies used below the final, top coat of polyurea or polyurethane. Instead of a traditional epoxy, we utilize our flexible epoxy which offers greater elongation (nearly 20x more) than our normal, high build epoxy. Greater ultimate elongation of the coating will increase the amount of flex and stretch tolerated in the wood deck.

Don’t waste time and money applying paint or DIY epoxy kits to your wood decked trailer or truck. Drop it off at our Mechanicsburg headquarters. In just days, our crews will have installed a long-lasting, chemically resistant floor coating that drives away with you.

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Protective coatings for wood trailer floors
Flexible trailer floor coatings

Our flexible membrane coatings work great for:

  • Car hauler trailers
  • Landscape trailers
  • Job trailers
  • Racing trailers
  • Luxury toy hauler's garage (campers/RVs)
  • Box trucks
  • Van trailers/reefers

Q: What are the typical coatings used in wood trailer floors?

A: If its a DIY solution, it's often just paint or a cheap epoxy kit. With our professional coatings, its a flexible system that may be built up over decorative flakes or reinforced with sand (solid color). Our trailer deck coatings protect against wear, impact and chemicals. In addition, some systems will increase reflectivity and slip resistance.

Q: Which size of chips/flakes works best in a trailer or box truck?

A: While we recommend 1/4" flakes for a garage floor, trailer and box truck floors may wish to use the next size down of 1/8" flakes. The 1/4" flakes may hide dirt better, but 1/8" flakes can provide a more textured surface.

Q: What if the trailer floor is already damaged or stained?

A: Our staff will review the condition of your trailer or box truck floor to determine if coatings are possible and what repairs will be needed before coatings are applied.

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