Frequently Asked Questions
How should I prepare for installation?
One side-benefit of a new garage floor coating is that it requires you to clear out all the stuff in your garage. This is a great opportunity to organize tools, dispose of unwanted items & to generally de-clutter your garage. Ideally, when the crew arrives, your garage floor should be clear of everything that's movable.
What is hot tire peel or pickup?
Hot-tire peel (sometimes called hot-tire pickup) happens when the tires of your car become heated to a high temperature, often after being driven for some time at highway speeds. This heat then causes the garage floor coating to stick to the tires & peel when the car is next moved. This typically happens with lesser coatings like polyaspartic, epoxy & polyurethane.
How do I maintain my floor?
Cleaning your garage floor just got a whole lot easier with our polyaspartic concrete coating. Oil or grease spills, fine dust particles & debris covering your floor? Simply mix soap with warm water, then mop & hose / leaf blow clean. No more pressure washer or getting on your hands & knees. Routine cleaning has never been so easy & hassle-free!
Can I do it myself?
Yes - However, many homeowners who go this route often contact us after their DIY floor begins to fail. The reasons it fails is because they didn't use the right material, didn't have a concrete surface grinding process to ensure proper adhesion OR proper installation process to ensure a finished, sealed coating. Save the worry & head-ache for politics - let us give you peace of mind knowing you're in the hands of Garage Floor Professionals!
How much does it cost?
The cost of polyaspartic floor installation varies depending on factors like the size of the floor space, the condition of the existing floor & any customization options. That's why we always want to survey your floor space first; so we can give you the most accurate & fair estimate.
Polyaspartic OR Epoxy?
Polyaspartic coatings are 4x stronger than epoxy. They are 100% UV resistant while epoxy will yellow & fade. Polyaspartics are much more resistant to stains & moisture, while also a more environmentally friendly option having lower VOC contents
(Volatile Organic Compound). If that's not enough, polyaspartics are more flexible to pressure & temperature fluctuations whereas epoxy can crack & peel.
Concrete Coating Statistics
Need some more motivation to make the jump from tired old concrete to a beautiful new polyaspartic floor? Here are some industry statistics to help you get there!
"Only 11% of homeowners say they’re satisfied with their garage and wouldn’t want to improve it." (Wall Street Journal survey)
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