Homeowners don’t often think about their garage floors but they are actually an important element in your home. They see a lot of heavy use and abuse so it is important to have your garage floors protected with something that is not only durable but aesthetically pleasing as well. In today’s post, Nashville garage floor coating experts Guardian Garage Floors explains why you should have your floors treated with a polyaspartic coating and shares the secrets to success when it comes to applying it.
What is Polyaspartic Coating?
Polyaspartic is a hybrid material that resembles polyurethane and possesses special properties that make it resistant to stains, scratches and scuffs. It was originally developed in the ‘90s as a coating for steel bridges and is favored for its corrosion-resistant properties as well.
Typically, the coating has a clear, glossy finish but can be embellished with different colors or other decorative elements like chips to enhance the look of your flooring. It is one of the most popular garage floor finishes today because of its durability and versatility.
Our Secrets to Success When Installing Polyaspartic Coatings
At Guardian Garage Floors, we use custom diamond disk grinders to prepare the surface of the floor and only employ highly-skilled, in-house technicians to install the coating. After the area is professionally prepared by our team, we check for any cracks and divots which are then filled with a fast-setting polyurea.
A base coat is then applied to the flooring, and if the homeowner desires, we add a layer of aggregate color chips to add texture and character to the flooring. Once the base coat and color chips are in place, we then proceed to carefully apply a layer of high-solids Polyaspartic to seal and protect the base layers throughout the entirety of your floor’s lifetime.
Are you searching for the leading installer of garage floor coatings? Look no further than Guardian Garage Floors! We are a licensed, bonded, insured and accredited member of the Better Business Bureau. Give us a call at (615) 278-9900 or fill out our contact form to schedule a consultation with one of our experts.