Your garage may not come to mind when you think of preparing your home for winter. However, it should be on your to-do list to ensure your concrete is protected against potential damage.
Read on as Guardian Garage Floors shares some tips on how to winterize your garage floors. We also discuss some possible consequences if you neglect to do this.
Why Is It Important?
During winter, snow and salt can easily attach themselves to the bottom of your vehicle. As you park your car in the garage, it effectively tracks the snow and salt on the floor. Road salt and other damaging de-icers can be harmful to your garage floor, especially if it’s untreated. Road salt tends to get absorbed more easily onto untreated concrete floor, which can lead to damage in just a few years.
How Can Polyaspartic Floor Coatings Help You?
Winterizing your garage flooring doesn’t take much, and there are several solutions that you can choose from. One of the most recommended is polyaspartic floor coating. As a durable and high-performance coating system, polyaspartic floor coating can protect your garage floor against different kinds of damage.
This type of floor coating has great resistance to scratching, peeling, denting and chipping. It’s also stain and fade-resistant. With these qualities of the polyaspartic floor coating, you can expect that less time and effort will be spent on the cleaning, maintenance and repair of your garage floor. Additionally, polyaspartic floor coatings can be installed and cured faster than traditional flooring options.
With Guardian Garage Floors, you can be sure that high-quality products will be used on your garage floors. Call us at our TN office at (615) 645-3696 or our GA office at (678) 831-9972 to request a free consultation. You may also fill out our contact form. We serve customers in Nashville, TN, and Rome, GA.