Epoxy Flooring FAQ

Q: Why do I need epoxy flooring?

A: Over time, even the best poured concrete surface will eventually detiriorate. Concrete dust is usually under your feet, being tracked into your home and inhaled by your kids. Also the pourus nature of concrete helps trap dirt and absorb fluids that can be caustic and spreadable by foot traffic.

Q: Why choose your systems over your competition?

A: We use industrial epoxy systems that have been proven in the commercial sector for over 40 years. We go by manufacturers specifications and do not deviate from their recommendations or cut corners just to make a sale. We pour our systems and spread with squeeges not rollers. We use 3-4 times the amount of material used by our competitors who roll their systems on. This is why we can offer a 5-10 year warranty on our flooring systems.

Q: Can my floor be done in one day?

A: Yes but only if your floor qualifies for a one day Polyaspartic system. Normally epoxy flooring takes 2-5 days to install depending on the system you choose and 7 to 10 days to fully cure. Prepping the concrete alone could take a full day. Our qualified estimators need to analyze the condition of your floor and will best determine which system will work best for you.

Q: Why is it so expensive?

A: There are many other floor coatings that are more economical; however, the cost of these products can only be determined by their performance and durability over time. If you value quality, then you want a floor that will perform as great as it looks. The cost to repair or remove a short-lived coating from your garage floor will be an even more expensive proposition.

Q: Will it create a lot of dust?

A: There will be some dust, but minimal. The modern equipment we use to prep the concrete all runs on a vacuum system. In addition, as dust and other foreign matter is unwanted during the application process our installation team will be diligent in removing and keeping dust to a minimum.

For any questions that have not been answered here, please feel free to contact us. We will be glad to answer any questions you may have.

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