Epoxy garage floors are the toughest and most durable finishes that you can apply. Since the garage is fast becoming more than just a place where you park the car, the benefits of epoxy garage floors have quickly made it one of the top choices for garage flooring.
Used for both residential and commercial applications, epoxy will give your garage or shop floor that showroom shine that says “Look at me!” Depending on which application you choose, you can select from a variety of solid colors and hues, to custom colors and blends of color flakes that match your style or even your favorite sports team.
An epoxy garage floors coating is not paint. Epoxy is a two-part component and when mixed together it starts a chemical reaction that hardens. Paint for garage floors is a latex acrylic product. Some paints will have a small percentage of epoxy added to the mix to make it more durable than standard paint, but it is still paint. These are known as epoxy paints or one-part epoxy paint.
What makes an epoxy coating one of the best finishes for your garage floor? Besides looking nice, the hardened and thick application that you get from epoxy creates a coating that is very durable and resilient to impacts, chipping, chemicals, stains, and surface abrasion. You don’t have to panic about damaging the floor if you drop a wrench or a bicycle falls over.
The best step you can take to create the most durable and toughest flooring for your garage is to have Elite Epoxy Floors apply an epoxy coating. You are not only left with a quality flooring that looks nice, but also one that can withstand abrasions, stains, impact, and chipping. Gone are the days you have to worry that dropping a heavy tool or dragging the lawnmower out of the garage will result in unsightly scrapes and scratches on your epoxy garage floors coating.
Epoxy garage floors done by Elite Epoxy Floors are resistant to moisture, dirt, chemicals, and salts, making it ideal for those living in climates where rain and snow are common as the seasons change. Further, it prevents unpleasant dirt and dust from spreading throughout your garage and on your possessions, typically caused when cracks and other flaws in your concrete create a powder and dust that is kicked up by foot traffic or vehicles.