Brown Bear Epoxy

Countertops & Creations


Brown Bear Epoxy Countertops is a San Francisco Bay Area leader in customizable, durable, and cost-effective resurfacing. Discover the perfect solution to revitalize your kitchen or bathroom by adding a touch of artistic flair that not only serves a practical purpose but sets your home apart. We can help you transform your most utilized home spaces into one-of-a-kind pieces tailored to resonate with your individual style. Call or email us today for a free quote. We are fully Licensed, Bonded & Insured.

What began as a veteran-owned family business in the Phoenix metropolitan area has continued with the next generation in the Bay Area. Chief Epoxy Officer Kyle has more than a decade of experience working with various paints, stains, and epoxies to coat countertops, floors and create beautiful furniture. We believe that with epoxy, there is an incredible capacity to not only produce robust and long-lasting surfaces but also near limitless freedom to customize its color and appearance which is why we have worked so long with it.


Epoxy coatings are an ideal solution for those looking for incredible design flexibility without the high costs and maintenance requirements of granite, marble, or stone. Instead of the hassle of tearing out and disposing of existing countertops, let us resurface them!

Brown Bear Epoxy produces countertops, vanities, and furniture surfaces that would fit any kitchen, study, dining room, or bathroom. From classic, stone-inspired designs to vibrant, artistic creations, we can create a customized counter to look the way you want. The result? A product you are guaranteed to love that will last for years to come, all at a fraction of the price of most marble and granite slabs.







Frequently Asked Questions

What happens to my countertop when it is resurfaced with epoxy?

We create your new countertops by patching any existing seams and/or defects then we coat over your existing tile, coarian, laminate, granite, cultured marble, or wood with epoxy. Just before or during the epoxy pour, we use different types of paints and stains to create various looks and effects. The epoxy adheres and bonds to the surface which adds to the strength of the existing surface.

Do I have to pay more to get the color and style I really want?

There are no gimmicks here, any design you can imagine is available to you. We will work with you to find this ideal surface. I don’t charge different prices for different colors.

What makes the counters glossy?

The final seal coat is a tough epoxy made specifically for countertops. This seal enhances the colors and stains under it.

What if I do not want my countertops to be so shiny?

We can matte-finish the countertops for a toned-down look with no additional charge.

How long does the process take?

Most kitchens and bathrooms take just 1 1/4 days. It is quick and easy to get an epoxy countertop in the Bay Area.

Do your countertops need to be resealed every couple of years like concrete or granite?

No, you do not have to reseal these countertops.

Is there an odor?

Some people can smell the epoxy and others do not. However it is not toxic, so you can be home while the process is being done and any smell dissipates when it cures.

Is there a mess?

YES! We make a big mess! The good news is that we mask off the entire area and completely clean up the mess when done!

Is there a warranty for my new counters?

Yes, there is a 2-year warranty on the materials and labor. Unlike granite, there is no maintenance plan charge of $200-$300 per year. These countertops are tough and they will give you many years of beautiful service!

Can I put hot pans from the stove on the countertop?

This epoxy is tough and specifically made for countertops with a heat resistance of 500 °F. However, we recommend that you use a heating pad for your pans. Please note that granite, Corian, and laminate can all be damaged by the same level of heat.

Can I cut on the countertop?

All countertops can be scratched and damaged by cutting your food items on them (even quartz and tile), so we do recommend you use a cutting board when preparing your food.



Company Info

Brown Bear Epoxy Countertops, LLC

San Francisco, CA 94103

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