Common Misconceptions about Epoxy Flooring, Part II

A Kitchen with a Brown Island and Brown Cabinets and Marbled Brown Epoxy Floor Coating
In part I of this blog we debunked the misconceptions that epoxy concrete floor coverings are hard to maintain, not worth the investment for a garage, and that they are the same thing as a paint covering. Here are a few more misconceptions about epoxy flooring:

You can install epoxy flooring on your own: Floorguard’s technicians have the tools and training to properly install your epoxy floor coating so that it lasts for years to come. Attempting to install the coating yourself could result in defects or a floor that needs to be replaced soon after, costing more money in the long run.

It’s an expensive flooring solution: Opposed to other flooring types that need to be reapplied or replaced more frequently, epoxy floor coating seals to the concrete below it and resists damage, meaning it will last for many years.

Epoxy floor coating is slippery: While an epoxy concrete floor has a highly reflective shine, it is not slippery, and additional slip-resistant options can even be added to your coating for additional safety. (Bonus: The high shine of the floor reflects the room’s lighting, making it even brighter without needing to add additional lights.)

If you still have questions about whether an epoxy floor coating is the right option for your home or business, the team at Floorguard is happy to answer them! Visit us at Floorguard.com to learn more.