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

Guardian Garage Tampa 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.

Why You Shouldn’t Leave a Concrete Floor Bare

Leaving a concrete floor bare is often the cheapest flooring option, but doing this can actually cause a lot of costly problems. For instance, extensive traffic across a bare concrete floor can stir up a lot of dust. This is unhygienic and can cause allergies. The dust can also harm any equipment you leave in the area with the concrete floor. Uncoated concrete floors are also vulnerable to moisture damage, such as freeze-thaw damage.

Bare concrete floors are also susceptible to impacts, chemicals and extreme temperatures. Bare concrete floors also become slippery and unsafe when they get wet. Lastly, concrete is also porous, so it can be easily penetrated by contaminants. As an expert in garage floors, we recommend using a high-quality coating to protect your floors and prevent these problems.

How We Can Help You

We can prevent these problems with our coating solutions. Guardian Garage Tampa provides premium polyaspartic coating systems, all at affordable prices. Our highly trained installers are experienced and have completed countless jobs. Most of our installations are completed in just one day. We’re confident in the quality of our work and products as well, which is why we offer a lifetime warranty on labor and materials.

We can protect our customers’ garage floors with a durable, high-performing and attractive coating system. Our polyaspartic garage flooring is resistant to peeling, denting, scratching and chipping. They are also stain and fade-resistant and come in a wide variety of colors and designs. We serve many areas including Rome, GA, and Nashville, TN. Call us at [phone_number_tn] if you are in Tennessee and at [phone_number_ga] if you are in Georgia.