Tempe Garage Floors
Now you can have the garage floor that you have always wanted. Other than garage floor or concrete paint, epoxy is perhaps the least expensive material available to protect your garage floor. Epoxy will not only change the look of your garage and give it a sheen, but will seal the concrete in Tempe.
Garage floor epoxy gives the average homeowners garage a bright and professional appearance. Epoxy treated garage floors are smooth, providing an easy to sweep and clean surface that resists staining from fluids such as oil. There is a wide range of colors and designs available to suite almost any taste.
Properly installed, garage floor epoxy is both water and impact resistant. This increases the value of your home and provides a beautiful long lasting floor that will last for years to come. Your garage floor takes a beating. From the weight of cars driving on it to bicycles falling on it.
Our professional estimators and installation team work with you to ensure you get the best quality and look at a price you can afford.
Garage floor epoxy coatings are a system of flooring which provides only the best materials on the market and also the lowest prices. These chips are offering an interesting and innovative look to your garage's floor.
Light colors brighten a room, while dark colors make a room seem darker and in some cases smaller.For most garages, epoxy colors that are medium-toned make the garage look bright and complete. Our mid-range colors are not too light or dark for a garage. Colors like gray, taupe, and tan will do a great job of hiding surface grime, oil, dirt, and dust. Oil and grime hide very well on a black or very dark brown surface also. However, the color really makes the garage dark. Epoxy colors can be mixed to create a custom look. If you want to have your favorite team colors or a custom look you can always add paint chip colors.
Call one of our professional estimators for a free estimate and consultation on the wide variety of color choices available.
There is a lot of preparation work required before applying a garage floor epoxy coating. If your concrete garage floor has water seepage issues , soaked in oil spots, a previous paint or coating, crumbling cement or that is too smooth for the epoxy to adhere then it must be prepared prior to installation of the epoxy.If not installed properly, when a cars hot tires meet the epoxy it can stick to the tires and pull off of the floor. This results in an expensive process of removing the prior surface and prepping the concrete properly before putting down a new protective coat of epoxy.
Once the preparation of the surface is completed, the application of the epoxy system will look easy.There are a couple of choices of epoxy from which to choose. The water-based product is cheaper, easier to use and keeps the anti-slipping texture of the concrete. The other one is a thicker, solvent free product. This one gives the floor a slippery look and is thicker than the water based one. This is most commonly used for floors with cracks and pits as it helps to hide flaws.
Our professional team of estimators invite the opportunity to look at your garage floor and explain the steps that are needed to give you a garage floor surface that adds value to your home and will last for years to come.