You could have the most expensive car but when your garage door opens, what is the first thing your neighbors see? The garage floor, in all its glory. If your garage floor is an expanse of dirty cement with cracks and oil stains, you need something better.
The performance of a floor whether in a residential garage, dealership, or mechanical workshop, is equally important. Garage flooring should prevent slip and fall hazards and unnecessary maintenance. It also needs to be durable and prevent dusting and concrete damage, while being pleasing to the eye.
Our high-performance epoxy flooring systems are designed to be durable, withstand chipping, cracking, tire marking, stain, and chemical resistant, and be aesthetically pleasing.
Our epoxy floor systems are great not only for residential garages but also for auto dealerships, vehicle display areas, mechanical workshops, performance engine repair facilities, racing vehicles workshops, and parking garage facilities.
Adding an epoxy coating to your garage floor offers a wealth of benefits. This long-lasting coating can give you good looks, safety, and durability for years.
Epoxy cures to a hard and thick finish, that is bonded to the floor in your garage. This makes it resistant to impacts, as well as tire marking, chemicals, and surface abrasion, lifting, and peeling. Epoxy floors are also resistant to moisture, dust, dirt, and grime.
The garage is the room that seems to take the most abuse. Dirt and grime from tires get tracked in and are usually the family workshop, where oil, paint, and chemicals can easily spill on the floor. When you have epoxy, oil, grime and other materials lift quickly and easily. Unlike bare cement, wetness and spills do not penetrate, causing stains.
Cracks in your garage floor can be filled and repaired, but if they are not sealed, over time they will end up looking worse. An epoxy coating is thick and solid enough to completely fill and eliminate them. It will act as a bandage and at the same time make your floor look brand new for years to come.
With seamless flooring, there isn't one size fits all. Every space is different and requires different flooring capabilities and performance, like anti-slip, anti-microbial, impact and abrasion resistant, chemical and wear-resistant.
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