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Local  Epoxy Garage Floor Installers operating in Page Park and the surrounding area.

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Local Epoxy Garage Floor Installers working in Page 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?

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. You will get a more dramatic floor with an epoxy floor coating that has a high gloss finish that is unmatched by any other paint. It will also be waterproof and mold and mildew resistant. After it cures, an epoxy floor coating will be stain-proof. You can clean it the same way you would clean your Teflon Pan.

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Commercial and residential epoxy flooring in Page Park

We have 30 years of experience and know that garage duty vehicle traffic should be at least 20 mgs. 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. You must be below 10mgs for commercial duty traffic with pallet jacks and forklifts. If you don’t want the color flake look, the Commercial Package is ideal for garages. Also, we recommend that you do not use color flakes in your work shop. You won’t be able to find dropped parts on flake floors. 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. The ultra military system was specifically designed for these types projects, with a thickness of 23-30 millimeters and a 4mg loss rating.

We have sold every kind of epoxy garage floor. Over the last 30 years, we have tested and installed every type of garage floor epoxy so we know what works and what doesn’t. There is no such thing as a perfect epoxy coating for every application, nor is there a lifetime coating. This is why we offer so many epoxies. The biggest mistake people make is to use an epoxy floor coating in applications that it wasn’t designed for.

We find that 100% Aliphatic combined with a true, urethane epoxy topcoat is the best all-around epoxy garage floor. The abrasion loss rating of this topcoat should be equal to normal traffic loads. If possible, use a primer this will increase your adhesion as well as overall coverage and coating thickness. These are all good things to consider when constructing an epoxy garage floor.

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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 Choose It?

Epoxy is the best choice of all flooring options. Epoxy is very versatile. It can be used in almost all applications, as opposed to rubber roll-out mats that might not suit certain floor types. Epoxy can give you a dramatic appearance, it’s cost-effective when used as a DIY project and is extremely durable. It is waterproof, mold and mildew resistant, and chemical-resistant.

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Epoxy Garage Floor Coating Specialists at Page Park

Are you looking to add a finishing touch to your garage floor? An epoxy garage floor coating that is bright and shiny will make your garage look like a showroom.

Is Epoxy Garage Flooring Worth it?

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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Is it possible to epoxy a garage floor yourself?

The process of applying an epoxy coating on concrete floors is the same as painting walls. But like painting, the real trick lies 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.

For epoxy to bond properly, it requires a flat, slightly rough texture and a completely clean surface. This means repairing cracks and potholes will allow the epoxy to cure completely. Concrete must be no less than 60 days old and unsealed in order for epoxy to adhere. The epoxy will not adhere to concrete floors that have been sealed with sealants. Water beads or foam can be used to tell you if concrete is already sealed. If the floor is not peeling, it can be repainted.

The floor can be stripped but this will not clean it. Cleaning and etching the floor should be completed thoroughly. Any grease or dirt could cause epoxy adhesion problems. Different manufacturers offer different types and brands of cleaners. Be sure to check the ingredients before you decide on which one you prefer. Chemical cleaners can be very effective or less effective. A machine known as a floor maintainer can be rented for around $40 per daily.

You will usually find epoxy coatings in kits that contain everything you need. Once you’ve chosen the right one, consider whether you will need to purchase additional supplies. While manufacturers might recommend two coats, most standard kits provide only enough to cover one coat. Color flakes can be used to hide imperfections in concrete. You need to determine how much you will need and then spread them across your floor. 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 all comes down to the timing of applying the coating once the floor has been cleaned. 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. After the floor has dried completely, it is important to wait 72 hours before parking your car on the floor.

What are the drawbacks to epoxy garage flooring?

Epoxy floor coatings often wear out prematurely. This is because the coating was not intended to be industrial grade. This is not a warranty issue. The epoxy will start peeling off after excessive use. The most common reason you will hear is that the epoxy was not properly prepped.

The temperature of your tires can reach 180 degrees. 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. Some of the other types epoxies will not have sufficient thickness.

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 does an epoxy garage flooring system last for?

It is a variable answer, and the answer is always the same as for how long a car can last. The quality of epoxy used, floor preparation quality and traffic all affect epoxy longevity. The average epoxy coating can last between 20 and 25 years with the right military-grade topcoat. 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?

Allow 2 days for grinding and 3 days for acid-etching. It takes only 3-5 hours to complete the work. However, acid etching requires that your floor dry before you can apply each coating layer. This extends the time by 2-3 days.

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Do epoxy garage floors work well in commercial environments?

Yes. Our systems are compatible with both with or without color flakes and can be used in commercial applications. Talk to our team about our Commercial Epoxy Systems. Even “Garage Floor Epoxy”, can be used commercially if the epoxy primer and military-grade topcoat are used. Metallic Epoxy Flooring is ideal for commercial applications because it has three layers of high-performance primer, military grade metallic epoxy, and topcoat that’s 4 mg abrasion-loss rated.

What is the cost of a epoxy garage floor coating?

This is a difficult question. It’s like asking the price of a car. With some caveats, we’ll answer the question. 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. Military grade epoxy systems are available for various applications. We don’t have one solution that works for all. DIY military grade epoxy floor kits will average between $1.15 – $2.25/sf depending upon whether you use a primer, what kind of topcoat you apply, if you use color flakes or not, and what type of epoxy system your are looking to install.

But the most important thing is to think about what your cost of ownership is. For example, let’s consider a garage epoxy floor costing $3,000. It will remain looking great for at least 20 years before it needs a refresh. 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. Which epoxy is the most affordable in time and materials? Which do you consider as better value? The one that needs to be repainted regularly or the one that can last 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 can be cleaned and roughened up with a little sanding, followed by a coat of clear resin to restore its original beauty. The epoxy underneath will last for years. It’s up to the customer to decide which epoxy is best for them: the one that you use once, with a lower upfront cost, and permanent recoating. 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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