Epoxy Garage Floors
Gone are the days of having a drab unsealed concrete or gray painted garage floor that easily stains and leaves hot tire marks.
Our epoxy coating process focuses on preparation in addition to the use of industrial grade products, both of which are critical to a long-lasting system that is extremely durable, resists staining, and is easy to clean.
Our customers can choose from hundreds of designer color finishes looking like Granite, Quartz, or Terrazzo.
Furthermore, we stand behind our professionally installed system with a full warranty that is guaranteed against hot tire pick-up.
Why epoxy is the ideal garage floor coating
It is one of the toughest and most durable finishes that you can apply to a garage floor today.
Not only does epoxy coating protect your garage floor, but it can also transform your garage floor in an instant from the ordinary boring/ ugly cement to a beautiful floor.
The garage is slowly turning out to be more than just a place of parking your car; epoxy flooring is taking over. Used for both residential and commercial applications, epoxy will give your garage or shop floor that showroom shine.
What is garage floor epoxy?
An epoxy garage floor coating is not paint. Paint for garage floors is a latex acrylic product. Some paints will have a small percentage of epoxy added to the mix to make it more durable than standard paint, but it is still paint. These are known as epoxy paints or 1-part epoxy paint.
Epoxy is an actual thermosetting resin that is applied as a coating. It is formed when you mix one part epoxide resin with one part polyamine hardener. The hardener acts as a catalyst and is what gives epoxy its strength.
Benefits of a garage floor with epoxy coating
So what makes an epoxy coating one of the best finishes for your garage floor?
Besides looking beautiful, the hardened and thick application that you get from epoxy creates a coating that is very durable and resilient to impacts. The coating is also resistant to chipping, chemicals, stains, and surface abrasion. You are totally safe and don’t have to panic about damaging the floor if you drop a wrench, or a bicycle falls over.
The thicker coating also does an excellent job of covering over minor imperfections such as small spider cracks and flaws in the concrete. Because epoxy is a topical sealer, it is also anti-dusting. Much of the dust in a garage is created from the powder that a cement floor can shed. Average traffic on bare concrete can kick up this dusty powder that has a tendency of collecting on cars, tool benches, and storage items, as well as being tracked into the house.
As a topical coating, it is also naturally moisture resistant. This is a great benefit for people who live in snowy climates. It makes for easy cleaning of icy brines and road salts that can collect on the floor during the winter. Just a little mild soap and water is all it takes. Dust and debris can be collected with a dust mop or soft broom when the floor is dry.
Depending on whether you added colored acrylic flakes to the floor and the type of topcoat used, some surfaces can be slippery when wet. For people who live in drier climates, this usually isn’t an issue. If you want some extra grip, however, you can add slip resistant aggregate to the final coat that will create a non-skid surface.
Epoxy coatings receive high reviews from the home mechanics and hobbyists as well. Since it is both chemical and stain resistant, oil, brake fluids, anti-freeze, gasoline, and other caustic car chemicals can easily be wiped up without worry. Even if it sits for a while. Rolling tool boxes, jacks, and jack stands will not damage the floor either.
Lastly, it brightens up the garage environment because it is very light reflective depending on what type of finish you choose
What makes us different?
Floor coatings installed without proper preparation will flake and peel within only a few years, leaving you right where you started.
Most off the shelf or DIY products contain fillers or solvents which result in a thinner coating overall.
We use 100% solids high build epoxies which produce the same industrial strength floor in your garage that is found in airplane hangars, industrial warehouses.
Why Choose a Professional Garage Coating?
Over time, salt and oils work to damage concrete, pitting and degrading the integrity of your floor. Porous concrete is ugly and difficult to clean. It also breathes, holds moisture, and causes additional mold and damage.
A professionally installed coating will improve the lifespan of your garage floor, make it simple to clean, and most importantly, looks fantastic.
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