The Process to Coat Garage Floor
The process of coating garage floor begins with concrete grinding to prepare the floor for coating. The process of smoothing down rough concrete surfaces to reveal a smooth surface.
Repair & Attention to Detail
The best way to coat garage floors is to repair cracks, chase the crack and fill with 2 part epoxy repair product. Fill expansion joints for less dirt retention.
This is a three step process:
- Clear Primer Coat
- Pigmented coat and broadcast flake.
- Thick Clear topcoat.
You can walk on within 4 hours, and drive on in 24 hours. 48 hours for colder winter days.
Why Select Us?
Superior Color and Gloss Retention,
Broad Range of Chemical Resistance,
4x More Abrasion Resistance than Epoxy,
Does not Yellow or Chalk,
UV Stable, Weather & Water Proof
Concrete Preparation with Diamond Grinder (Not Acid Etched)
Coatings can be applied at temperatures as low as -20 F to as high as 200 F.
We will schedule your garage as to reduce the amount of time you are out of the garage.
More than any other room in your house, your garage floor takes a beating.
Cars leak fluids, snow and ice melt and are tracked in, and tools and toys get dragged around.
All of this can lead to a stained and cracked concrete floor. The solution – coat your garage floor!
A garage floor coating not only improves the look of your floor but also protects it from stains and further damage.
Colorado Springs Garage Floor’s Polyaspartic coatings come in a variety of colors and finishes,
so you can customize the look of your garage to match your style.
Call us today to learn more about our garage floor coatings and schedule a free estimate!