A Checklist for Resurfacing Your Garage Floor

Between parking the cars, storing your equipment, and acting as a work zone, your garage undergoes a lot of wear and tear. The floor especially needs some T-L-C to keep up with your busy family and schedule.

Resurfacing your garage floor with protective epoxy can be a great way to make your garage look polished while also standing up to the frequent use (and abuse) it sees on a daily basis. If you’re thinking about resurfacing your garage floor with Floorguard® or another garage floor coating, make sure to review this checklist:

● Check your concrete for cracks, pitting, or chips. This means that your concrete may be in need of repair before you can apply any other type of garage floor coating.

● Make any necessary repairs to your concrete so that you have a smooth work surface.

● Consider the flooring options available and choose one that will look great and offer the performance you’re looking for. Floorguard® comes in a variety of colors and finishes.

● Give your garage floor a through sweep and cleaning. You should make sure there’s no dust, dirt, or debris. Having Floorguard® installed? We can help with the preparation.

● Have your epoxy floor coating applied professionally so that you can get the cleanest, smoothest look without all of the effort.

● Give your flooring enough time to properly cure or set to lock out moisture. Make sure you keep your family away from the garage space until it’s completely dry and ready for use.

These are just a few things to keep in mind. Have questions about resurfacing your garage floor with Floorguard or another epoxy coating? Contact our team to ask your questions and get answers as well as professional advice on installation.

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