Transform Your Floors With Our Industrial-Grade Epoxy Floor Coatings
Garage flooring is prone to cracking, chipping, and other damage. Maybe you tried a DIY garage floor coating to cover the imperfections and protect the floor for further cracking. Floor coatings usually look great right after application, but how will they hold up after a full cycle of the seasons in West Michigan? How will they look after a few years?
Epoxy flooring has to be extremely durable. It has to stand up to tires that bring in road salt, dirt, pebbles, blacktop residue, snow, ice, and sand. Then, of course, there are the vehicle fluids that tend to leak on the floor creating stains that never wash out of raw concrete or any covering that does not form a complete seal over the porous surface.
When you factor in other items that you store in your garage, from bikes to campers to ladders to garden tools to motorcycles to cleaning materials, it’s no surprise that it is so challenging to keep your garage floor in pristine condition.
It is true that concrete, in its uncoated form, is extremely porous, so it absorbs fluids and eventually loses its structural integrity. That is why you get those cracks and stains and chips on an uncoated floor.
Is a worn-down garage floor inevitable? It might seem like it, but our commercial grade floor coating can protect your garage and give it a new look even if it has already experienced the usual wear and tear that comes from everyday use in a city like West Michigan.
We can level your floor and coat it with an epoxy layer that will give complete protection from the elements and from oil, gas, mud, and even overheated tires during the summertime. The coating process takes only one or two days, but our warranties last between 9 and 21 years.
Your floor will be so easy to clean and pristine that you may even want to use it for more than car and tool storage. You might decide to convert it into a workshop, office, exercise room, or even an additional entertainment space.