Residential floor coatings are becoming increasingly popular for garages, driveways, basements, workrooms, front walk-ways, and patios. As homeowners research floor coatings and the residential options available to them, we are often presented with a lot of the same questions.
There are many reasons to coat your floor, the most basic being that the end result looks great.
Coating your floor can also add a lot of livable space onto your home, turning a damp, dark garage into a space that welcomes you home.
A coated garage floor will protect against staining from oil and other vehicle chemicals. As well as prevent damage to your concrete from road salts and snow melt, like magnesium chloride.
Many homeowners struggling to sell in an unstable real estate market have found this coating to be an asset. By simply coating their garage floor, they can increase the value and curb-appeal of their home immensely.
Our coating will adhere to any surface that is porous including; concrete, wood, and some types of tile.
We can also coat horizontal and vertical surfaces, which would include foundation walls in your garage as well as “other” surfaces.
There are some types of concrete damage that we can repair and level out. During the estimate we will take special care to make sure that you have a realistic expectation of the level of repair we can do.
Our coating systems are resistant to all types of road salt currently used on Colorado roads.
An anti-skid material is added to the top layer of our coating in each of our systems. Depending on the level of concern you have for your surface being slippery we can add 2 different sizes, and 2 different levels of grit.
Each one of our coatings comes with a written warranty.
This coating is very resistant to chemicals; it is an industrial grade material that is also used in commercial spaces like airplane hangars, warehouses, and car dealerships. If you are concerned about a specific problem, please contact us directly for more information.
No, we warranty specifically against hot tire peel-up. Coatings that leave “hot-tire” marks are most often a lower grade of material, our epoxy and topcoats are industrial grade and can easily withstand pressure from hot tires.
If you have any further questions please feel free to call us directly at 877-324-COAT