Polyaspartic and Epoxy Garage Flooring for Commercial and Residential Use
Superior Auto Shop and Garage Floor Installation
ArmourFlo polyaspartic and epoxy garage flooring withstands the usual beating from chemicals, dropped tools, hot tires, and heavy loads. ArmourFlo, a flooring contractor headquartered in Louisville, KY, uses industry-leading auto polyaspartic and epoxy coatings not found in retail stores. Our polyaspartic and epoxy floor installers provide a superior installation, so your garage floor withstands the most demanding conditions while looking beautiful.
ArmourFlo garage flooring holds up to gas, oils, grease, solvents, and more without deteriorating or staining. Our installed garage floor coatings will remain easy to clean and are ideal for auto body shops, dealership maintenance areas, auto dealership showrooms, customer service centers, parts department floors, auto detailing facilities, corporate fleet facilities, and of course, residential garages.
Safe Garage Flooring
Safety is a top concern with auto shop flooring, and our custom, seamless polyaspartic and epoxy floor systems meet rigorous safety standards. ArmourFlo customizable garage floor installations are waterproof floor solutions that can resist slipping, heavy impact, harsh chemicals, extreme temperature fluctuations, and frequent tire traffic. In addition, moisture will not leak through the seamless surface. Finally, unlike grout that can attract grime and deteriorate, a seamless ArmourFlo garage floor installation will stay intact and protect your concrete foundation.
Daily garage floor cleaning remains easy as well. All of our garage floor systems use protective topcoats that allow you to isolate spills until they are removed so that your high-performance flooring can stay looking great. In addition, your garage floor will withstand harmful fluids and solvents and make them easier to clean from tire marks, scuffs, dirt, and other marks that occur during normal usage.
Customizing Your Auto Epoxy Flooring
Epoxy flooring, also known as resinous flooring, consists of a two-part mixture of polymer resins and hardeners that create a chemical bond with one another and bond with the floor itself. The result is a high-performance, seamless material that is highly durable and customizable in many ways.
While industrial garage epoxy flooring is functional, it doesn’t have to be unattractive. ArmourFlo floor specialists can present numerous options for customizing your auto polyaspartic or epoxy floor with colorful vinyl chips, striping, safety messages, company logos, and unique performance additives embedded into your epoxy floor design. Our certified floor installers will help you create a bright, clean environment while ensuring a safe environment for visitors and employees.
How Much Does It Cost To Epoxy Your Garage Floor?
Your garage epoxy flooring cost depends mostly on the type of epoxy coating and size of your floor, along with your current floor condition to determine the repair amount. Know your epoxy floor cost by completing the form below.
Pros of Epoxy Flooring
There are many advantages to epoxy as a flooring solution for your garage including:
Durability: Epoxy is incredibly durable and made to last for a long time. Epoxy is non-porous, so it is highly resistant to stains and easy to clean. This type of flooring also holds up against high usage, chipping, and damage. You can expect your garage to still look great for many years after the epoxy application.
Quick Installation and Long-Lasting: We can usually install it in a day so you have a clean and gorgeous floor as soon as possible. An epoxy garage floor can last decades, and it’s customized to your needs.
Property Value: The value of your business or home will increase with all improvements. Epoxy floors especially add to the performance and aesthetics. Homebuyers will be attracted to a clean, shiny garage floor.
Protection: Epoxy flooring acts as a layer of protection for the underlying concrete. Beyond its easy cleaning benefits, you won’t have to worry about chipping or cracking your floor if you accidentally drop tools or chemicals.
Cons of Epoxy Flooring
There are some downsides to epoxy flooring in the garage including:
Longevity: It is important to understand that epoxy flooring is not a permanent solution and has a lifetime of about 10-20 years.
Slippery: Epoxy flooring can be slippery when wet if it does not include special additives to make it slip-resistant.
Not resistant to everything: Epoxy flooring can be customized to resist high heat, but if you plan to weld in your garage, hot slag can fall onto the floor and leave scorch marks.
How Much Will Your Garage Floor Cost?
Your garage flooring cost depends mostly on the type of concrete coating, location and size of your floor, along with your current floor condition to determine the repair amount. Know your garage floor cost by completing the form below.