Garage Epoxy Floor Coatings
Epoxy floor coatings are a great way to bring new life into an old garage plus you get all of the benefits like the protection and looks that you get from an epoxy coating. A lot of these things are pretty much general benefits of epoxy coating. What we are going to try and do is really pinpoint some of the main benefits that you can get from applying this coating to your garage specifically. While also being honest about the whole process. As with anything in life, there are going to be certain limitations with epoxy. We know that we even feel that at times epoxy coating is like making magic, but it does have its limits.
Not Overdoing It
The problem with people who are used to regular painting and now they are trying to apply coatings such as epoxy to their living spaces is the fact that they tend to overdo it. For the most part, the whole idea behind this type of coating is that you can apply it without adding a thick layer on top of your floor. More is not always better with this type of coating. We know which exact brand and type of epoxy to use on each particular service, so don’t take the risk of going about it on your own!
Great For Auto Shops & People Who Work In Their Garage
If you just have what we would call a naked concrete slab adorning your garage floor it is going to take all of the oil, gas or grease spills directly. Obviously, all of these things are going to ultimately affect not only the overall look of your garage but quite frankly just being able to walk or drive on this particular area. If you are looking to keep a cleaner workspace an epoxy coating can be a great ally. Oil and grease stains slide clean off!
What Does Your Garage Floor Currently Look Like?
Again, this is something that we need to know for a variety of reasons. Just a simple epoxy treatment cannot be held responsible for sealing all of the cracks and just overall making your floors look great if they currently are in an awful condition. With that said, that is why we go in and check every single floor that we are going to be working on before we put anything on them.
With things like paint or even other types of staining processes, you are going to have to close the area off for an extended period of time. Especially, if you are looking for optimal results. For the most part, with epoxy, you really are not going to have too much trouble. We go in, we apply it and you just kind of have to let it sit for a couple of hours and then you can basically go back and do what you always do. You are getting a better look, your protecting your garage and it can all be done quickly!