It is difficult to overstate the advantages of epoxy garage floors. For most of us, the garage is much more than just a place to park our vehicles. It acts as storage space, workshop, staging area, and even gathering space for friends and family. Garage flooring should be not only extremely durable, but attractive as well.
Epoxy garage floors fulfill those requirements and so much more. Besides looking beautiful, the hardened and thick application that you get from epoxy creates a coating that is very durable and resilient to impacts, chipping, surface abrasion. There is no need to worry about damaging the floor if you drop a wrench or a bicycle falls over. Spills are no big deal, because the finish is also resistant to chemicals and stains, and very easy to clean. The thicker coating also does a great job of covering over minor imperfections such as small spider cracks and flaws in the concrete.
Much of the dust in a garage is created from the powder that a cement floor can shed. Normal traffic on bare concrete can kick up this dusty powder that tends to collect on cars, tool benches, and storage items, as well as being tracked into the house. None of that is a problem with epoxy garage floors because epoxy is a topical sealer, so it is also anti-dusting.
Used for both residential and commercial applications, epoxy will give your garage or shop floor a showroom shine that really grabs attention. Depending on which application you choose, you can select from a variety of solid colors as well as custom colors and blends of color flakes to match your style. Your watch parties will love gathering in the garage with a brilliant shining floor in your favorite team’s colors!
At Elite Epoxy Floors we are committed to helping you achieve that durable, aesthetically pleasing epoxy garage floor for a finished look. Whether it’s a commercial or residential garage, we have been providing our valued customers in Kansas City and surrounding areas with epoxy floors, sealing services and numerous other design options for over 3 decades. Call us now at (816) 729-7143 or click here for a free consultation.
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