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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between Epoxy and Polyaspartic?

What is right for you? The differences in epoxy and polyaspartic flooring are very durable. Here’s the information to help you decide which garage floor coating is best for you.

The flake flooring which is the most common garage floor application, the way it looks can be unnoticeable. Neither product isn’t paint. Both epoxy and polyaspartic are sealers which act as a bonding agent applied to your bare concrete. The reaction of the element which separates the two products.

Epoxy Garage Floor Coatings are a good option for garages. Water-Based Epoxy Garage Floor Coating that penetrates deeply into concrete, creating a hard, durable surface that resists peeling and stops hot-tire pickup for long-lasting beauty and tin-table colors and designer blends of Deco-Flakes. Epoxy is durable, easy to clean, and protects the concrete substrate of your garage floor. It is also a highly affordable flooring solution. Because of its bonding, most epoxy applications can be completed in 2 or 3 days. Which is why you see a 10 years warranty for Epoxy and in most cases Think of a showroom shiney beautiful floor.

Full Polyaspartic Garage Floor Coatings settles extremely quickly. If you don’t act fast, you’ll have a real mess on the floor. However, polyaspartic is the recommended choice for Patios, Garage Floors, or Outside Projects. Polyurea is 2X stronger than epoxy. Where epoxy has a 10 years warranty, and polyaspartic you see a 20 years warranty for polyaspartic. Because of its fast-drying and bonding, most polyaspartic applications can be completed in 1 day. With professional equipment, the installation of polyaspartic floors is faster.

Should I epoxy my basement floor?

If you’re wondering whether you should epoxy the basement floor, we certainly recommend it! Especially in areas where flooding is common and will ruin carpets. In our professional opinion, yes you should epoxy your basement floor.

How is it installed?

Epoxy resin coating requires a clean and slightly porous surface to adhere properly and may not bond well to polished or sealed concrete. Concrete also must be fully cured before application. Before applying the floor coating, it is important to repair all major cracks and chips in the concrete surface and to remove all grease so as to not disrupt the smooth look and feel of epoxy application. If the concrete is old, we will review or test the surface for previous layers of epoxy or other products that might have been applied over the years.

To test for sealant, pour a small amount of water onto the floor and watch for it to soak in. If the water doesn’t soak in and instead beads on the surface, it likely has been sealed and may not be suitable for an epoxy coating. Before beginning the application process, we make certain the room temperature and follow all other manufacturer recommendations, as the wrong temperature can cause the epoxy to bubble and peel. In most instances, application requires degrees at or over 70 degrees fahrenheit. Epoxy is a two-part liquid that is mixed before application, and once mixed, there is a limited time frame to apply the epoxy resin coating before it starts to harden.

How long will my epoxy floor take to cure after installation?

At normal 70-80 degree conditions, please allow a prudent amount of time for the epoxy to completely cure. These may vary depending on temperature, ventilation, humidity and wind conditions. For most installations we ask at least for these minimums, but please allow more time if possible.

To walk over, please allow 24 hours after last day of service.

To return appliances, such as, washer, dryer, gym equipment or similar back to the floor, please allow 2-3 days after the last day of service.

To park vehicles, please allow 4-5 days after the last day of service.

How much lead time is it needed for a project to get started?

We usually require 4 days lead time after you sign your agreement with us and before we begin working on your project. This time may vary depending on the project and it is needed in order to receive materials. Exceptions could be made depending on the scope of the project, material availability.

What payment methods do you accept?

We enable multiple payment methods, some are free and others are fee based:

  • Free – Cash, paper check, electronic check.
  • Fee based – 3.5% markup will be added on Credit Card payments, except when paying for 50% down payment.
How much does it cost?

A two-car garage is normally between 400 and 500 square feet, Starting averages cost between $2,500 to $6,000. For a more accurate figure, measure the length and width of your garage interior and multiply those numbers again to determine your square footage. Also depending on the material, it varies how bad the surface of the floor needs repaired.

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