Are you looking for different ways to rejuvenate your garage floor? Do you want to invest in a surface that can accommodate how you use your garage space? If so, then you need to learn all that you can about the different flooring options that are available to you.
Some people only know about epoxy coatings, but that isn’t the best option out there. They will yellow and fade after consistent exposure to the sun. Thankfully, there are better options on the market.
See below for an in-depth guide on all of the flooring options that you should consider for your garage renovation today.
1. Full Chip System
Perhaps you’re looking for a garage floor coating that makes a statement. Maybe you want your garage surfaces to stand out when guests see them for the first time. If so, then you need to consider the full-chip system.
Commonly referred to as our Decorate Chip System, this flooring option includes two distinct layers, both of which only take a collective one to three houses to cure.
First, we install our basecoat with our signature polyurea concrete and mix in the decorative chips (of which you choose the colors). After that, we add an anti-slip clear coat on top to ensure a durable floor for years to come. It also gives it that sleek and glossy aesthetic.
This system is 20 times stronger than exposure, cures extremely quickly, is anti-slip and can combat harmful UV rays. Even better, it’s resistant to common garage objects like gas, oil, grease, and salt.
2. Medici System
Are you looking to create a garage floor that looks like you stole the floor off of a car showroom? If so, then our Medici system is the option that you’ve been longing for.
This floor coating has three distinct layers to give it a beautiful aesthetic. We start by adding a base layer of a tinted primer, then applying the Medici decorative floor coating. The Medici decorative floor coating comes in many colors, such as:
- Brown Slate
- Terra Cotta
- Sienna Sunset
After the Medici floor coating has cured, we lay a polyaspartic top coat for the ultimate finish. This is what makes it durable and glossy; it gives it the appearance of a freshly waxed floor, even though you’ll never have to wax it for maintenance!
Here’s the best part: that newly-applied aesthetic is here to stay. It holds up against a vast amount of UV light, pressure, and weight without having its looks altered in any way.
3. Metallic System
Some of you out there are looking for a high-end finish. Something that rivals the marble floors of a Greek god’s throne room. We’ve helped many homeowners achieve that look in their garages by applying our Metallic system.
To achieve that look, we start by applying our PolyCuramine clear base coat. This helps reinforce the floor coating and makes it virtually indestructible. It requires very little maintenance beyond routine floor care.
After that, we apply the metallic coat to give it that luxurious appearance that will have your neighbors doing double-takes every time you open your garage door. Lastly, we provide a topcoat (which is optional) to give it an even glossier and stronger finish.
The metallic system is incredibly versatile; it can be used on concrete, tile, and wood, giving you many more options to use around your property.
4. Quartz System
You can never be too careful. If you use your garage for a lot of at-home projects, then your top concern might be to avoid slip and fall situations. Especially if you’re going to be using your garage as a makeshift auto shop.
In that case, our quartz system is your best option. It abides by all Occupational Safety and Health Administration requirements. It’s incredibly durable, maintaining its unique aesthetic year after year. It’s also resistant to chemicals.
We install the quartz system by applying a base of our polyurea coating with 11 great colors to choose from such as caramel, sage rush, bluestone, black ice, chiffon ice, and more.
After that, we apply colored quartz granules to increase the durability, as well as apply the non-slip texture. Lastly, the anti-slip topcoat is placed on top for a clean, high-end finish.
5. Solid Color System
Maybe you want to go the minimalist route with your garage floor. Perhaps you use your garage for a combination of reasons—such as car storage, man cave, or at-home gym—and just need a flat color that looks good for all your different uses.
Whatever the case might be, you can’t go wrong with our solid color system. We offer this flooring option in many different colors to give you maximum variety.
First, we apply an SLE-100 tinted primer as the base coat. This is what gives it that jaw-dropping color to help it stand out. Once the base coat cures, we apply an SLE-100 clear topcoat to give it a sleek appearance.
The solid color system is almost entirely odorless and cures quite quickly, meaning you can take advantage of it faster. It’s also anti-slip, which guarantees safety for you and your guests.
Invest in These Flooring Options for Your Garage
Now that you have seen an in-depth guide on the many flooring options that you should consider for your garage, be sure to use this information to your advantage.
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