After our initial consultation we will help you decide on the flooring system to suite your needs, pick out colors and define the scope of work with you. This usually includes, minor concrete repair, the height of epoxy along the walls around the residential garage floor or your commercial floor and any other items you need coated, such as stairs or ramps.
Depending on the system you chose, the process will either be a one or two day procedure for residential coatings and a few days for commercial of industrial epoxy applications. We begin with grinding the concrete to expose the substrate to allow for the chemicals to bond with the surface. We then apply a primer coat, your choice of vinyl flakes are broadcast and then the topcoat is applied.
Once the floor is finished, regular traffic can resume anywhere from 6-12 hours depending on the product chosen.
Our crews are trained to handle all our products and have safety training to understand how to protect themselves and your property when doing work for you.
Epoxy floor coatings have long been a preferred choice for industrial and commercial spaces due to their incredible durability and protective properties. These properties make epoxy floors easy to clean and maintain for a longer-than-average lifespan among competing materials. Epoxy coatings are highly resistant to water and other liquids including oil, grease and most chemicals. With new technology and innovations in Polyurea and Polyaspartic Coatings, there are more applications than ever, including modern residential home design. They are UV resistant and do not yellow over time. Learn more about the benefits of Garage Epoxy Coatings with All Garage Floors.
We also offer concrete densification or densifying, which is; a chemical applied to fill in pores of concrete in commercial and industrial applications to increase the surface density. Densifiers* are used on polished and non-polished concrete to reduce dusting and wear. On polished concrete densifying can help the concrete appear more polished and make the surface less permeable, alleviating the need for concrete sealing.