GARAGE FLOOR EPOXY COATINGS & KITS
Thickest & Longest Lasting High Gloss Epoxy Flooring For Your Garage or Business!
Garage Flooring Epoxy Features
Not Water Based Or A Hybrid Cycloaliphatic. These Types Of Garage Floor Epoxies Are Not Equal To Our 100% Aliphatic Epoxies.
Only Kits With Calibrated Squeegee That Ensures You Apply The Epoxy At The Proper Thickness Automatically!
Our Ultra High Wear Polyurethane Topcoat Is Standard And Has A Superior Durability Rating Of 20mg and Our Military Topcoat Provides You With A 4mg Abrasion Loss Rating For The Best Resistance Against Wear That Can't Be Equaled! Our Competition Doesn't Even Come Close To This Level Of Durability! It's Why Our Garage Epoxy Floors Last And Look New The Longest! Beware Of Clear Epoxies Used As Topcoats, Epoxies Are Not Topcoats.
You Get Everything You Need In Our Complete DIY Garage Floor Epoxy Kits.
Most Amount of Color Chips Standard!
Thickest And Most Durable DIY Epoxy Floors.
More DIY Epoxy Floor Kits Sold And In Service Longer Than Any Other Brand!
Only Epoxy Coatings Guaranteed Against Wear. We are The Only Company That Offers A Guarantee Against Wear. So Don't Be Fooled By Marketing Hype And Exaggerated Guarantees, Read The Specs And See What The Abrasion Loss Rating Is. Remember The lower The Mg Number The Better And What Good Is An Epoxy Guaranteed Stuck To Your Floor For Life That Wears Out In A Short Period Of Time. See more info on Garage Floor epoxies must haves.
We Provide The Best Product Information & How To Advice. So You Know What You're Buying And Know How To Apply It For Professional Results Even For First Timers! Our Garage Epoxy Floors Routinely Last 10-20 Years!
Important things to know about Garage Floor EpoxyThe most important things you need to know are that you have to have an epoxy finish that has a polyurethane topcoat with a minimum of a 20mg abrasion loss rating. 20mg is for your average garage owner that pulls their cars in and out and has the standard items you find in most garages.
For garages that have vehicles with nonstandard tires such as off road tires, racing tires, golf carts, tractors or trailers then you need a topcoat with 10mg or lower abrasion rating. Same goes for garages that are used as workshops with lots of rolling items such as jacks, tool chests or machinery.
We offer a military grade topcoat with a 4mg loss rating. this offers you a super hard finish that can handle anything you put in your garage or anything you do on your garage floor. Coatings with ratings higher than 20mgs offer very little wear protection. So called lifetime guaranteed epoxies offer no coverage against wear. Some companies try to pass off a clear version of their epoxy as a topcoat. This is just a gimmick and the clear epoxy offers no additional protection whatsoever. They also will yellow from a minimal amount of UV exposure.
Water based epoxies are very inexpensive with a correspondingly poor level of performance. Cyclioaliphatic epoxies are one step above water based. You need a true Aliphatic epoxy system to ensure your floor looks new for as long as possible. Cyclioaliphatic and water based epoxies will wear out causing them to dull and get stained much quicker than you think. No matter how long a guarantee they claim, it will not last as long as they say and will not cover your floor's poor appearance from simply wearing out due to poor abrasion resistance. Which defeats the purpose of applying an epoxy coating to begin with!
Every time you drive your car on it, every time you walk on it, every time you roll something on it abrasion occurs. This abrasion can wear through low quality epoxies and topcoats very very quickly! So even though your epoxy is still stuck to your floor, you're stuck with a poor looking floor that is not covered under any guarantee!
We get asked about doing full coverage of color flakes. This is not a good idea if you're not a professional. It is very difficult to get that amount of flakes to lay evenly and uniformly. More often then not the floor will look lumpy and unbalanced color wise. Plus the more flake you put in the floor the more stress you put on the epoxy. You need to have an extra thick epoxy to handle over 100lbs of chips otherwise you will have delamination issues in the future. We know, we've seen it happen many times from customers who were not aware how difficult it was to do and did not use the right epoxy. If you like the heavy flake look use our Armor Granite kit it gives you close to 90% coverage and is still very easy to get to look perfect.