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Local Epoxy Garage Floor Installers working in Davis Trailer Park 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?

Epoxy floor coatings are usually two-part coatings that you mix. They will stick to concrete floors better than any oil-based, water-based or enamel paint. Think epoxy glue type adhesion instead of duct tape adhesion. 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 Davis Trailer Park

After 30 years of experience, we know that for garage duty vehicle traffic, you need a 20-mg or lower abrasion rating. 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. For commercial duty traffic, you should have less than 10mgs of abrasion rating for pallet jacks, residential or commercial shop work. The Commercial Package for Garages can be used if you don’t like the flake appearance. Color flakes should not be used in work shops as you may find it difficult to find parts on flake flooring. If you are looking for industrial epoxy floor coatings or if you just want to get the best, most heavy-duty floor coating available, you will need a coating that is 23 mils thick and has a 6 mg rating. Our ultra military system is specifically made for these types of projects. It comes with a coating thickness of 23-30 mils and a rating of 4mg loss.

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 isn’t a perfect epoxy coating that will work in every application. We offer many different epoxy systems and epoxies. A common mistake is to apply an epoxy floor coat for applications it was not meant for.

The best epoxy all-around is 100% Aliphatic with a true urethane epoxy toppingcoat. It has an abrasion rate equal to a traffic load. If you have the funds, a primer can be used to increase adhesion, 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 is a Great Choice!

Epoxy flooring is the most versatile of all flooring options. Epoxy is versatile. We have an epoxy coating system that can be used for almost any application, unlike rubber roll out mats which may not work on some applications. Epoxy gives a dramatic look, is inexpensive and lasts a long time, and is simple to install. It is waterproof, mold and mildew resistant, and chemical-resistant.

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Epoxy Garage Floor Coating Specialists in Davis Trailer Park

Want to make your garage floor shine? You will feel like you are driving into a showroom when you return home with a shiny, colorful epoxy garage floor coating.

Is Epoxy Garage Flooring Worth it?

Epoxying your garage floor will make it look professional. This epoxy is impervious to oil stains, water and wipes clean easily like a kitchen countertop. You can hide any imperfections in the concrete below with color chips or custom paint colors, and you have the anti-skid additives to give you the grip you need when it colder conditions.

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Is it possible to epoxy a garage floor yourself?

It is easy to apply an epoxy coating to concrete floors. But, like painting walls, the trick is in the preparation. The actual application will be easy once you have completed the calculations, made your color choices and cleaned up the target area.

An even, slightly rough and clean surface is necessary for epoxy to bond well. It is important to patch any cracks or potholes before apply epoxy garage flooring. Concrete must be at least 60 days old, and it must not have been sealed to allow epoxy to stick. Concrete must be at least 60 days old and not sealed to allow epoxy to adhere. If it does, water will either beads on it or the etching solutions doesn’t foam. In this case, you can remove the sealer using a chemical stripper. (If there is no peeling, you can recoat stained floors.

However, stripping the floor does not clean it. The epoxy adhesive will be compromised by grease and dirt, so cleaning and polishing should be done slowly. There are many cleaners on the market. Make sure you read all ingredients before choosing which one is right for you. Chemical cleaners come in many forms, including harsh degreasers, etchers, and safer but less efficient organics. For $40 per day, you can rent a machine called floor maintainer.

You will usually find epoxy coatings in kits that contain everything you need. Once you have decided on one, decide if you will need extra supplies. While some manufacturers recommend two coats for epoxy paint and topcoats, the majority of standard kits only have enough for one coat. Add color flakes to concrete. This will hide any imperfections. Be sure to measure how many you’ll apply them. You may also want to coat the garage’s vertical surfaces if the garage’s foundation is higher than the floors surface. You can then decide whether to add an anti-skid additive. Granules will give the finished floor a sandpaper like surface. This could be an option in areas where there is frequent rain or ice.

It’s all about timing once the floor is ready for coating. The timing is crucial. Choose a day when the concrete is dry from rainy weather, and temperatures are between 50 – 80 degrees. If the concrete is damp, or if the temperature drops below 50 degrees, the coating can bubble up and crack. After mixing the epoxy paint and hardener you have 2 hours to apply the epoxy. You’ll need to plan ahead how you will paint your garage floor. Waiting is the hardest part. The drying time between each step can take anywhere from 12 to 24 hours. You must wait for 72 hours to park your car on the entire floor after it’s dry.

What are the drawbacks 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 after time may also start to peel. The floor will likely not have been properly prepared. This is usually due to the epoxy quality.

Your vehicle’s tires can reach temperatures up to 180°F. You shouldn’t use epoxy below 10 Mils of dried thickness. Color flakes, which can displace some epoxy under them, will make it less effective at absorbing heat. These epoxyes won’t be strong enough to prevent epoxy from being activated by hot tires.

Epoxy flooring’s only drawback is its labor-intensive nature. For an average garage with 2 1/2 cars, epoxy flooring requires about 2-3 days to complete.

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How long does an epoxy garage flooring system last for?

It all depends on the epoxy used and how long it has been in use. Epoxy longevity is dependent on the quality of epoxy used, floor prep before and traffic received. In a typical garage, an epoxy coating that is high quality and has a topcoat of military grade can last about 20 years before it needs to be re-applied. Topcoats can be applied in a single step. You only need to sand it lightly with 120grit.

How long does garage epoxy flooring take to put together?

For acid etching, you should allow for 2 days. 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. This extends the time by 2-3 days.

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Can epoxy garage flooring be used in commercial settings?

Yes. We offer several systems that are suitable for commercial use with or without color flakes. Talk to our team about our Commercial Epoxy Systems. Commercial applications can use our garage floor epoxy when we use an epoxy flooring primer and military grade topcoat option. Metallic Epoxy Flooring can be used in commercial applications. It has three layers that use high performance primer, military-grade metallic epoxy, and 4 mg abrasion resistance rated topcoat.

How much does epoxy garage floor coatings cost?

This is a difficult question. It’s like asking the price of a car. Let’s answer this question 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. Between us there are other types of epoxies, such as water-based, polyurea or cycloaliphatics, which are all discussed with their respective drawbacks. There are military grade epoxy solutions for various applications. Unfortunately, we don’t make one epoxy fits all solution. The average DIY military grade epoxy floor kit costs between $1.15 – 2.25/sf, depending on whether you use a primer or topcoat, if color flakes are required, and what type of epoxy system is being installed.

You must also consider your total cost of ownership. Let’s take, for instance, a garage epoxy floor for $3,000. It will last for 20 years without needing to be repainted. Now, take an average of two hundred dollars worth of epoxy. It will stay new for only 2-3 years until it is time to be renewed. So which epoxy costs less in time and materials? Which one is more expensive? The one that you have to redo every other year or the one that lasts for 20 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 will require a light sanding in order to clean it and to roughen it up, before applying a coat of clear solution to make it look brand new. The epoxy that is used under the floor will not wear out. 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. This is without even considering the labor required to empty your garage and redo your floors over and over again.

Polyurea vs. Epoxy

If you’re willing to spend more upfront on a durable coating, polyurea concrete coatings can be a great option. 

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