After visiting those stylish auto showrooms where shiny floors stand out almost as much as the vehicles, it’s easy to wonder how you might complete the same finish in your garage, at home. The answer is to have professionals complete an epoxy floor coating, with your choice of colors and finish.
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Both car showrooms and many industrial buildings invest a little extra to ensure that their floors stand out as you walk or are driven around their organizations.
The epoxy floor coating doesn’t just give a great look to your garage at home. They are incredibly relaxing to walk on, and the short and long-term maintenance is relatively simple to complete.
There has been a substantial increase in the demand for epoxy floor coating for homeowners either upgrading their current property or for new home builds.
The finish has become extremely popular because it adds value to your property and is aesthetically pleasing to look at, workaround and pass through.
Although you may still use concrete for the base of your garage floor, adding a high-quality epoxy finish will protect your concrete for far longer than a simple paint finish.
With many individuals taking long hours working on a variety of vehicles, an epoxy floor coating protects from hot tire marks and straightforward damage when small tools are dropped onto the garage floor.
You should choose a professional company to complete the installation and ensure they are not using a waterborne epoxy, which will not be tough enough for the job.
The experts will prepare your garage floor properly and efficiently so that the adhesion is perfect, the first time. Professional contractors will be completing this task every day of their working lives and will always provide a better finish, than an individual attempting to DIY the work for the first time.
You won’t complete the entire task in less than one day, and your vehicle will need to stay out of the garage for a few days. Your contractors will explain how long your garage floor will take to cure, having noted the vehicles you intend to park.