Commercial Business or Residential Home, Epoxy Floors are the Way to Go
There are places in a house or even a commercial business where the toughest floor is required. Typically this in businesses where industrial applications and processes are being performed routinely or for the average person, the garage. This is because a garage in a house requires a floor that can stand up to a lot of wear and tear while lasting for a long time. Most new homes and plenty of older ones have concrete floor and those tend to suffer from cracks and chips over time due to the weight of vehicles driving over top time and time again.
One of the most durable options for those types of flooring needs where durability is crucial are epoxy floors. This is because epoxy is a bound chemical reaction of resins and hardeners that form a floor material like no other. There are two options for epoxy floors, one is a traditional epoxy floor and the other is an epoxy coating over an existing floor. Both options add a new level of sturdiness to flooring and that helps keep those floors looking good for a long time as they are less subject to crack, fade or chip over time compared to other flooring options.
The installation of epoxy floors or the application of epoxy coating for floors is a precise process and one that requires a trained and skilled professional. The epoxy must be mixed in the right amounts, applied with precision and smoothed out in just the right manner. This requires a trained hand as the best way to ensure that epoxy floors last is to have them installed or applied properly at the onset. In fact, one who attempts to perform such an install on their own may find that they cause more harm to the floor and simply cannot complete the project.
The right team of professionals can also help one choose the right colors and options for epoxy garage flooring. This is actually quite helpful as the combination of resins and hardeners is available in various designs and looks. Since the majority of those who opt for this flooring want it for their garages or perhaps even basements where hobbies are performed; the right look is crucial as one wants their whole house to look its best. That is why when the right business is used for the entire process, from selection to installation, the end result is one that will have homeowners satisfied and happy with their decision.
Epoxy flooring really adds a good look to floors, such as garages, and also provides a top notch flooring solution that can stand up to repeated wear, tear and abuse that all floors suffer from as they are used rather hard for a variety of reasons. One who uses their garage all the time and even uses it for other reasons such as storage, hobbies, chores or vehicle maintenance will find epoxy floors can handle that much better. From spills, drips and heavy equipment placed on floors; epoxy floors make for a sturdy flooring option that will stand up to the test of time.
My garage was so cluttered and a total mess, I was always embarrassed to have the door open! Not anymore!! Floorguard® helped me design a perfect system for my family, it’s amazing!! Now I keep my garage door open for all to see, it’s organized, and absolutely beautiful!!!
- Pam Orland Park, IL
Really Pleased! Our garage needed some major help – not only was it a mess but the floor was just ugly with all the stains and such. I will agree with the reviewer below – do not go with the cheap imitators! Floorguard not only has a great product, but their installers and service is well worth any extra cost, which is minimal anyway. Our neighbors have commented on how good our garage looks and we’ve recommended them to Floorguard without hesitation.
The garage looks so good! A+ company on every level. Wish I had another garage to resurface!
My neighbor had a floor done by another company that was new to the industry, boy were they sorry. I went with the experts, Floorguard did an incredible job!!
- Tom T., Orland Park
When it comes to adding value to your business, you can’t go wrong with the superior technology and materials from Floorguard
- Jenny P.
Covering our old, gray garage floor was a great aesthetic and functional improvement. This project requires 2 days: first day preparing the surface (major job requiring right equipment), putting down first coating and sprinkling the flakes. This requires about 4 hours. After this dries, they come back next day and apply the topcoat. They notified us when they would start the work and arrived as promised. They worked diligently, completed the work efficiently, left the work areas and our driveway clean. The owner Steve is a great guy to deal with.
- Bob H.
It was a pleasure dealing with the company’s owner Steve Chaloult. When we called him to give us an estimate, he arranged to come within a few days. We have a very large two car garage. His estimate was a bit more than the first company we called but he seemed very well prepared in showing us samples and very knowledgeable about his product and we just liked him. For personal reasons , we had to delay installation for about a month and he could not be more accommodating. we finally we able to have it done this past week and it was worth the wait. The garage floor is just beautiful and I never would have thought I would say that about a garage floor! We also had the lower walls around the floor done and very glad we did. At one time we were thinking we could do this ourselves using a kit. WHAT were we thinking? This is a job for a professional and we are so glad we used Steve.
- Moira J.
The owner Steve Chaloult was easy to work with and he’s very good at what he does. I highly recommend Floorguard as your contractor if you’re wanting to have a garage floor finished with a durable epoxy like colored finish. Floorguard came when they said they would and cleaned up after they were finished. Floorguard also installs garage storage cabinets.
- Andrew A.
Very responsive, good communicator. Was on time and did a top quality job. Very happy with the outcome.
- Anonymous Homeowner
Great eexperience. Quick and dependable service. High quality. Fair cost.
- John H.