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Someone once said that “nobody looks down at the garage floor, they only drive in and drive out. inch That confidential fellow was wrong! Today both home owners and commercial auto businesses are looking down at the garage floor. Crumbled and uneven surfaces present health and accident hazards. Oil and dirt always find their polyurea coating way in and often require toxic chemicals and concentrated physical labor to clean it up. They also look terrible and can in a harmful way affect a commercial work force and diminish the usability of residential garages. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. Polyurea and epoxy floor coatings make garage floors something worth looking at.

So when you see your local painting contractor ask them about polyurea and epoxy concrete floor coatings. They look great and outlast the old technology epoxy floor treatments. Garages naturally build up dirt and grime and incomplete or worn concrete is tough to maintain. Sometimes the only way to get rid of the grease is to try using toxic cleaners, sometimes repeatedly. Modern floor treatments literally fuse into the porous concrete creating a tough, long lasting layer that is resistant to scuffs and scratches. Since dirt and grease don’t stick to the smooth surface, it can be cleaned with just soap and water.

Polyureas and epoxies also complience seal the concrete so ground waters can’t drip through. This reduces the amount of moisture in the air, which reduces rust on your tools and equipment. The surface is hard, but it’s not elusive. A nonslip aggregate is added to the top layer and creates a COF, coefficient of friction that meets federal guidelines for commercial garages.

If you are planning on painting your garage doors and interior walls, consider coordinating your color scheme with the floor. Polyurea and epoxy floors can be colored almost any color or have color chips or patterns added. Some commercial garages get their logo added to the floor.

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