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Local Epoxy Garage Floor Installers working in Twin Pines Village Number 1 Mobile Home 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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What is Epoxy Flooring?

An epoxy floor coat is usually a two-part coating that you mix. It adheres better to concrete floors than conventional oil-based, waterbased or enamel paints. It will give your concrete floor a stunning look that can rival any traditional paint. When cured, epoxy floors are stain-proof and can be cleaned in the same way as your Teflon pot.

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Epoxy flooring for commercial and residential use in Twin Pines Village Number 1 Mobile Home Park

For garage duty traffic, we recommend a rating of 20 mgs or less. This is based on our 30 years of experience. The military grade topcoat version is ideal for garages with big SUVs and tractor trailers. It can take all abuse that you can give it. 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. 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. 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 are no guarantees that an epoxy coating will last forever or be perfect for every application. There are many epoxy systems and epoxies that we offer. An epoxy floor coating that is not intended for use is one of the most common mistakes.

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 possible, use a primer this will increase your adhesion as well as overall coverage and coating thickness. These are all great things to consider when building an epoxy garage floors.

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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 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 can give you a dramatic appearance, it’s cost-effective when used as a DIY project and is extremely durable. It’s waterproof, mold and mildew-proof, and extremely chemical resistant.

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Epoxy Garage Floor Coating Specialists at Twin Pines Village Number 1 Mobile Home Park

Are you looking to add a finishing touch to your garage floor? 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 it?

Epoxying your garage flooring is worth it. It gives you a professional look and resists oil stains. 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 hardest part will be the actual application once the calculations are done, as well as the color and cleaning choices are out of the way.

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 a minimum 60 days old and without having a sealing applied to it in order to bond with the epoxy. 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 there is no peeling, you can recoat stained floors.

However, stripping the floor is not enough to clean it. Cleaning and etching the floor should be completed thoroughly. Any grease or dirt could cause epoxy adhesion problems. 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. Renting a machine called a “floor maintainer” for $40 per day can help you cut down on the work.

Most epoxy coatings come in kits that include everything you need. Once you’ve chosen the right one, consider whether you will need to purchase additional supplies. Manufacturers might suggest two coats or more of epoxy paint and topcoat. However, most standard kits only allow 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. The next step is to decide if the finished floor should have an antiskid additive. This option may be beneficial in areas with high ice or rain probability.

Once your floor is clean, you can start to apply the coating. You should choose a day when your concrete isn’t damp from rain or when it’s between 50 to 80 degrees. Otherwise, the epoxy paint and hardener can bubble and crack. One mixing the epoxy paint with the hardener will leave you with about 2 hours to apply it. This means that you need to plan how to best paint the garage floor. Waiting is the hardest part. The drying time between each step can take anywhere from 12 to 24 hours. The floor must be dry for at least 72 hours after being completed.

What are the downsides to Epoxy Garage Flooring?

Epoxy floor coatings often wear out prematurely. This is because the coating was not intended to be industrial grade. This, however, is not a warranty issue. The epoxy will start peeling off after excessive use. Most likely, you’ll be told that the epoxy wasn’t properly prepared. In most cases, however it is the epoxy quality.

The temperature of your tires can reach 180 degrees. Any epoxy with a thickness below 10 Mils will not absorb heat, especially if it is coated with color flakes. These flakes can displace some epoxy underneath them and leave a thinner coating. The epoxy you use will not be thick enough to absorb heat from 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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What is the life expectancy of epoxy garage flooring?

It is a variable answer, and the answer is always the same as for how long a car can last. Epoxy longevity is dependent on the quality of epoxy used, floor prep before and traffic received. 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?

For acid etching, you should allow for 2 days. 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. The total drying time is therefore extended to 2-3 days.

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Can epoxy garage flooring be used in commercial settings?

Yes. We have many systems that can be used commercially with or without color flakes. For more information on our Commercial Epoxy Systems, please contact our team. 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 works well in commercial applications, as it is made up of three layers with high-performance primer and high-build military grade metallic epoxy. The topcoat is military grade 4 mg and has a low abrasion rate.

How much does a epoxy garage flooring coating cost?

This is a difficult question. It’s like asking the price of a car. We will answer your question with some caveats. For less than $100.00, epoxy coatings are available at Big Box stores and online retailers. You can also buy a variety of other epoxies such as polyurea, water-based and cycloaliphatics. All have their own advantages and disadvantages. There are also military-grade epoxy systems for different applications. However, we don’t do one epoxy that fits all like our competitors. 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.

It is important to consider the cost of ownership. Take, for example, the garage epoxy floor at $3,000. This epoxy will look great for as long as 20 years before it needs to be refreshed. 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 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. The downside to epoxy coatings that are not waterproof is that they can become shabby much quicker than you think. Also, if it does get too worn down, you’ll have to start 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 does not include the labor and time it takes to clean out your garage and re-do your floor.

Polyurea or Epoxy?

Polyurea concrete finishes are an excellent choice if your budget allows for more investment upfront, but you want a lasting coating. 

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