Are You Allergic to Dirt and Dust? Epoxy Garage Flooring Can Help

Are you constantly sneezing every time you get out of your car in the garage? Is your garage just simply a place where you throw everything that doesn’t have a place otherwise? There are simple epoxy flooring options that can dramatically change the way that you look at your garage.

Epoxy flooring is a type of garage floor covering that transforms your garage floor from a dusty, cracked, and stained slab of concrete – to a surface that you wouldn’t mind walking barefoot on. The permanent epoxy bond adds a dust-free sheen that prevents all of the dust and dirt from collecting on your garage floor. Spills require just a quick wipe to clean rather than sawdust, bleaches, and scrubbing on your hands and knees.

That being said, it is a messy process that can be nearly impossible to fix if you don’t get it right the first time. Fortunately, there are professionals in the area that can apply these protective garage floor coatings and get it right the first time.

Some people confuse epoxy flooring with being a special type of paint. While it appears to be the same as paint, it is actually a resin that sets and hardens as a result of a chemical reaction when the resin is mixed with a polyamine hardener.  The result is more of a protective shell, than simply a brushed on coating. This means no more tough stains, small visible cracks in the floor, or dust that is a byproduct of concrete itself.

Epoxy flooring forms a seal over the concrete that traps the dust underneath, and helps to make sweeping up dirt a more productive task than simply stirring concrete dust into the air. Suddenly you won’t mind spending time in the garage. Tough winters aren’t as tough on this protective barrier as they are on bare concrete floors. Cleaning up the mud and slush from a big storm is a breeze with epoxy flooring. Say goodbye to muddy and dirty winter garage floors!

Why not get the most out of ALL of your house? Epoxy garage flooring makes your garage a much more appealing area to spend time in. You should take just as much pride in your garage as you do to the rest of your house. After all, it’s all a part of the mortgage payment at the end of the day too.

A new and updated garage can breathe new life into a part of your home that watery eyes and sneezing have had you avoiding, and turn it into a space that you want to show off to friends and neighbors. Now you may even have the necessary space to tackle all of those around the house projects that you have been avoiding!