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Local  Epoxy Garage Floor Installers operating in Morse Shores and the surrounding area.

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Local Epoxy Garage Floor Installers working in Morse Shores and the surrounding area. Contact our team of specialists to learn more about how we can help you with your next Epoxy Garage Floor project.

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Residential Epoxy Garage Floor

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Commercial Epoxy Garage Floor

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Industrial Epoxy Garage Floor

What is Epoxy Flooring?

An epoxy floor coating is usually two-part epoxy that you mix. It will stick to your concrete garage floor better than any other oil based, water base or enamel paint. It will give your floor a dramatic appearance that no other paint can match. The epoxy glue type adhesion will be stronger than duct tape adhesion and will make it waterproof, mold and mildew-proof, as well as being tough as nails. The epoxy floor coating cures quickly and is virtually stainproof. Cleaning it is the same as cleaning your Teflon saucepan.

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Commercial and residential epoxy flooring in Morse Shores

For garage duty traffic, we recommend a rating of 20 mgs or less. This is based on our 30 years of experience. We offer a military-grade topcoat version for garages with big SUVs, tractor trailers, or workshops. It has an industry-leading 4mg loss rate and can withstand all kinds of abuse. Commercial duty traffic applications with pallet-jacks, forklifts and shop work (commercial or residence) must be less than 10mgs. The Commercial Package for Garages can be used if you don’t like the flake appearance. A work shop should avoid using color flakes as it is difficult to locate dropped parts on a flake-floor. Industrial applications and those looking for the most durable floor coatings available, such as for heavy duty industrial applications, should use coatings 23 mils thick or more and have a minimum 6 mg rating. This is exactly what a ultra military system is for. It has a thickness of between 23 and 30 mils and a loss rating of 4 mg.

We’ve sold every type possible of epoxy garage flooring over the past 30+ years. We’ve also tested and installed every garage floor epoxy we could find so that we are well-versed in what works. There is no one-size fits all epoxy coating. There are many epoxy systems and epoxies that we offer. A common mistake is to apply an epoxy floor coat for applications it was not meant for.

We believe that 100% Aliphatic epoxy with a true Urethane epoxy topcoat, which has an equal abrasion-loss rating is suitable for the average traffic load, is the best. If possible, use a primer this will increase your adhesion as well as overall coverage and coating thickness. When epoxy garage flooring is being done, these are all good points to factor in.

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Overall, I am extremely satisfied with the epoxy garage floor service that I received. The team's attention to detail and commitment to quality really shows in the final product, and I would highly recommend their services to anyone looking to upgrade their garage.

Michael Wilson - CEO

I recently had my garage floor coated with epoxy by a local service, and I couldn't be happier with the result. The team was professional and efficient, arriving on time and finishing the job within the estimated timeframe.

Patricia Bogle - Manager

Epoxy Garage Floor Coating: Why?

Epoxy is the best flooring option. Epoxy can be used in a variety of applications and is more versatile than rubber roll out mats, which might not be appropriate for some situations. Epoxy gives a dramatic look, is inexpensive and lasts a long time, and is simple to install. Epoxy is also water and mold-resistant, as well as chemical resistant.

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Garage Epoxy Floor Experts

Epoxy Garage Floor Coating Specialists in Morse Shores

Do you want to finish your garage with a beautiful epoxy floor coating? An epoxy garage floor coating with vibrant colors will make you feel like you’re in a showroom everytime you drive by.

Is Epoxy Garage Flooring Worth the Investment?

Epoxying your garage floor is worth the effort. It not only looks professional, but it also resists oil stains and beads of water. Color chips and custom paint colors disguise imperfections in concrete. Anti-skid additives give you the grip that you need during winter conditions.

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Can You Epoxy Garage Floors by Yourself?

Epoxy coating concrete floors is just as simple as painting walls. However, as with painting, the key to success lies in the preparation work. The actual application will be easy once you have completed the calculations, made your color choices and cleaned up the target area.

For epoxy to bond well, it needs a surface that is even, slightly rough, but completely clean. You will need to fill any cracks or holes before applying epoxy. Concrete must be no less than 60 days old and unsealed in order for epoxy to adhere. It is possible to tell if your concrete floor has a sealer by checking to see if water beads on it. Also, etching solutions that don’t foam will be a sign of a sealed floor. If there is no peeling, stained floors can be refinished.

It is not possible to clean the floor by simply stripping it. The epoxy adhesive will be compromised by grease and dirt, so cleaning and polishing should be done slowly. Different cleaners are made by different manufacturers. Before you decide which type of cleaner is best for your needs, make sure to read the ingredients. There are many types of chemical cleaners, from strong degreasers to organics that are safer and more effective. For $40 per day, you can rent a machine called floor maintainer.

Most epoxy coatings come in kits that include everything you need. You can then decide if you need additional supplies once you have chosen one. While manufacturers might recommend two coats, most standard kits provide only enough to cover one coat. To hide concrete’s imperfections, color flakes may be added to the epoxy garage floor. Make sure you know how thick you plan on spreading them. For garages with foundations that rise above foot level, it may be worth coating the vertical surfaces of your garage to make cleaning easier. Next, decide whether you want an anti-skid additive. These granules give the floor a sandpaper-like finish. This can be useful in rainy and ice-prone areas.

It’s all about timing once the floor is ready for coating. When the concrete isn’t damp from rain and the temperature is between 60 and 80 degrees, you can start the job. Otherwise if temperatures are below 50 degrees, the application could bubble and peel. After you have mixed the epoxy and hardener, the time it takes to dry is approximately 2 hours. Therefore, you need to plan in advance how you want to paint your garage. Waiting between each step is the hardest part. Drying time is typically 12-24 hours. You must wait for 72 hours to park your car on the entire floor after it’s dry.

What are the downsides to Epoxy Garage Flooring?

Epoxy floor coatings can wear prematurely due to its inability to meet industrial standards. This is not a warranty issue. The epoxy can also begin to peel. Most likely, you’ll be told that the epoxy wasn’t properly prepared. In most cases, however it is the epoxy quality.

Your tires can heat up to 180 degrees. If you use epoxy less than 10 Mils in dry thickness. It won’t be able to absorb heat. These epoxyes won’t be strong enough to prevent epoxy from being activated by hot tires.

Epoxy flooring does have one other drawback. It is more labor-intensive than installing rollout mat garage floors or interlocking tile garage floors. There also have dry periods inbetween coats, because of these the epoxy flooring process can take up to 2 days.

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How long can an epoxy garage floor system last?

It is a variable answer, and the answer is always the same as for how long a car can last. Epoxy durability depends on how much traffic it receives and the quality of the epoxy used. A good quality epoxy coating and a military-grade topcoat will last for 20 years in a garage. Applying new topcoats doesn’t require you to start over. All you need to do is sand the floor with 120 grit to clean it and roughen up the surface before applying a new coat.

How long does garage epoxy flooring take to put together?

If you are grinding your floor, allow at least 2 days and 3 days for acid etching. While the labor required is approximately 3-5 hours, it’s important to remember that you must wait for your floor to dry after acid etching. Then you need each layer of coating to dry. You can expect to wait for your floor to dry after acid etching, which will take about 3-5 hours. After that, you need to let each layer of coating dry. This could extend the drying time by 2-3 days.

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What is the best epoxy garage flooring for commercial applications?

Yes. We offer several systems that are suitable for commercial use with or without color flakes. Contact our team for more information about our Commercial Epoxy Systems. Even “Garage Floor Epoxy” can be used for commercial applications, provided that the epoxy flooring primer has been applied and the military-grade topcoat is chosen. Metallic Epoxy Flooring’s three-layer construction with high-performance primer, high-build metallic epoxy and military-grade topcoat (4 mg) makes it ideal for commercial use.

How much does a epoxy garage flooring coating cost?

Okay, this is a complicated question. The question will be answered with some caveats. There are two options where you can buy for as little as $100, go to a Big Box retailer or to an online megastore to buy epoxy coatings. You have many options. There are water-based, polyurea, and cycloaliphatics. They all have their advantages. You also have military grade epoxy systems that can be used for different applications. We don’t offer a one-size fits all epoxy system like many of our competitors. A DIY military-grade epoxy floor kit will run you between $1.15 – $2.25 per square foot depending on whether you use primer, topcoat, color flakes, and which epoxy system you choose to install.

But the most important thing is to think about what your cost of ownership is. Let’s take, for instance, a garage epoxy floor for $3,000. It will last for 20 years without needing to be repainted. Take the average epoxy off-the-shelf that costs about $200 and it will last for 2-3 years before it needs to be repainted. Which epoxy is actually more expensive in time and materials? Which is better value? The one you need to continually redo or one that lasts twenty years. Keep in mind that epoxy coatings can look worn out much faster than you expect. If it’s time for a new coat, you will have to start all over again. A new epoxy garage floor can be cleaned and roughened up with a little sanding, followed by a coat of clear resin to restore its original beauty. Our epoxy will last indefinitely. You can choose to spend the money upfront and never have to recoat, or to buy the epoxy that you only use once knowing it has to be recoated soon. You don’t even have to consider the time and labor it will take to empty your garage, clean up and redo your flooring over and again.

Polyurea or Epoxy?

Polyurea concrete coats are a great choice, if you’re willing spend more upfront to get a coating that lasts. 

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