The Benefits of Epoxy Flooring

by | Jul 13, 2016 | Flooring

Epoxy Flooring is a perfect solution for garages. It is tough enough to withstand the weight of cars being driven over it and helps prevent the appearance of stains from oil leaks and other common vehicle fluids. Homeowners find that coating their garage floors with epoxy gives the garage a more finished and professional appeal while simultaneously protecting the concrete underneath.

Those who use their garages for working on vehicles or other home shop activities will find having a coating of epoxy applied over the concrete will improve their comfort. And, because it comes in a variety of colors, it can also lend a more comfortable feel to the garage. Concrete can seem dull and sterile and will look particularly bad once its begun to crack and stain. No one enjoys spending time working on a project in a concrete box.

Even if the garage is only intended as a storage area, there is no reason not to protect its floor and save a little effort in cleaning. Epoxy Flooring is dust resistant and can even help protect the rest of the room’s contents from dust buildup. When installed professionally, an epoxy coating is seamless and so it is easy to clean. All that is required is some soap and water to restore its initial shine.

If the original concrete floor is showing signs of wear like cracks and other minor flaws, epoxy can be applied directly over them. This will stop the progression of cement floor damage and prevent further spreading of cracks over time.

Epoxy is great for any climate. Its resistance to moisture means not only that it won’t soak up any spills like concrete will, but also that heavy rains or snow will not be able to seep into the floor and cause damage. Most homeowners find that the initial cost of having a garage floor epoxy coated ends up being worth the long-term investment when they do not have to repair concrete floors every few years. Interested? Contact Hoffman Floor Covering Corporation to get a quote or find out more about this and other durable flooring options. You can connect with them on Google+ for more updates!

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