Garage Floor Coatings
All floors need to have the surface properly prepared to accept our high quality coatings. Depending on the specific condition of your floor, either shot-blasting or diamond grinding will be used. Proper floor preparation is the key to bonding the coating to the floor.
We Can Make Bad Floors Look Good
Cracks, chips, pop-outs, and erosion can all be repaired before the coating is applied. While we can't guarantee cracks will never come back, most of the time the coating will make any future cracks appear much smaller and be nearly invisible. See FlexFloor Coating below for our coating that resists cracking. We usually do not charge extra for normal repairs and charge a nominal fee for "bad" floors.
Contact us for a free estimate to discuss any problems you may have with your floor.
Full Flake System
With the look of terrazzo, this is the most durable and chip-resistant coating for the money. It looks great on new floors and can hide most imperfections on old floors.
The System starts with a heavy coat of epoxy with the color-flake blend of your choice (even custom blends) broadcast into it. This is followed by a heavy coat of clear polyaspartic as a grout coat over the flake. Finally, a top coat of urethane is applied for maximum scratch resistance and protection.
This system is usually installed in two days and can be open to foot traffic the following day.
Epoxy Quartz System
Being the most durable floor coating available, the Quartz System has the appearance of colored sand embedded in clear epoxy. It starts with a heavy coat of epoxy with hundreds of pounds of colored quartz blend broadcast into it. This is followed by another heavy coat of clear epoxy. Finally, a top coat of urethane is applied for maximum scratch resistance and protection.
This system is usually installed in three days and can be open to foot traffic the following day.
Do you have a precast floor with a room under your garage? Do you have water, salt and lime deposits dripping from the ceiling? Then you need our FlexFloor coating.
This system uses a thick urethane with a silica sand broadcast and topped with an additional coat of urethane. This coating remains flexible enough to resist cracking and is extremely durable. It is the same coating used in commercial parking ramps.
Any existing cracks are routed out and filled with a fast setting flexible polyurea filler. The FlexFloor System is then applied. This coating will flex as vehicles drive in and out of the garage and not crack open, keeping water from dripping through the floor to your room below.