When designing any kind of retail space, it is extremely important that you make the space as appealing as possible to attract as many customers as you can. However, the downside of that is too much foot traffic can scratch and wear down your floors. This is where polyaspartic coatings come in. In today’s post, Guardian Garage Floors, an expert in retail and garage floor finishes, shares just some of the reasons why polyaspartic coatings are an excellent choice for your business establishment.

Polyaspartic Coatings


Studies suggest that customers are more likely to purchase something from your store based on its overall look and feel. Polyaspartic floor coating is not only durable, but pleasing to the eye as well. Aside from its aesthetic value, a polyaspartic coating also allows for full customization so it can match the rest of your store.

Unlike other retail and garage floor coatings, such as epoxy which comes from the same product category, polyaspartic coating will not turn yellow due to constant exposure to the sun. This is especially useful if your store receives a lot of natural light.




Because of the glossy finish and scratch resistance of polyaspartic coating, cleanup is an absolute breeze. Floors treated with a polyaspartic coating will only need occasional mopping and sweeping to keep them looking brand new.




On average, epoxy coatings will take between five to seven days to fully dry. Polyaspartic coating application, on the other hand, can be completed in a single day! This will save you on time and labor costs so you can focus on other aspects of your business.


While garage floor epoxy is great, if you want your establishment to really stand out, we recommend going with polyaspartic coating. If you are in need of professionals to help you with the application, feel free to give Guardian Garage Floors a call at (615) 645-3696 or fill out our contact form to schedule a free consultation. We serve home and business owners in Nashville, Franklin, and Brentwood, Tennessee, and its surrounding communities.