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Comparing Concrete Sealants and Polyaspartic Coatings

Concrete is a durable and reliable building material, but it has a few vulnerabilities. It is subject to cracking as it cures, and it can be damaged by vehicle traffic, freezing water and corrosive chemicals. Concrete floors also don’t look that appealing without any sealants or coatings. Fortunately, there are products that can correct these […]

What Happens When You Don’t Protect a Concrete Floor?

Guardian Garage Floors has been the top provider of high-quality garage flooring since 2008. We are known for our keen eye for detail and our highly trained installers. In today’s article, we will explain what happens if you don’t use a sealant or a coating on a concrete floor.

4 Considerations For Public Bathroom Flooring

When it comes to public bathroom flooring, it needs to be made with materials that offer a very specific set of properties. After all, compared to residential bathrooms, a public restroom faces a larger amount of foot traffic. However, it also has to be aesthetically pleasing to be in tune with the environment and should […]

Considerations To Make Regarding Commercial Kitchen Flooring

Like your garage floors, your commercial kitchen’s flooring also needs the proper considerations to make it last. After all, it’s submitted to the harsh punishments on a daily basis from hot oil splatter, foot traffic and even dropped metal pans. Apart from that, good commercial kitchen flooring will also help maintain sanitation conditions. 

Summer Floor Coating Application Challenges and Tips

While polyaspartic coatings are known for their fast cure time, unlike garage floor epoxy that can take days to set. However, they must be used with care in hot, humid weather as they set even faster. It’s important to always use the right products and plan before application.

Epoxy Floor Maintenance Tips

Epoxy floor coatings may be a popular choice among contractors, but this type of coating comes with a significant disadvantage: epoxy floors yellow as their resin materials are exposed to heat, light and water. Age is also a possible cause; as the epoxy coating gets older, it becomes more prone to yellowing.