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How much do your polyaspartic (Epoxy) coatings cost?
Polyaspartic epoxy coatings are a common choice for many homeowners and business owners due to its durability and clean appearance. This kind of coating is great for garages, basements or for hallways of businesses that get a lot of foot traffic. A big consideration that is important to many homeowners is the cost of the flooring and protective coatings. Learn More>>
What is the life expectancy (Epoxy) of your polyaspartic coatings?
If you are looking for a long-lasting agent to protect your floors from natural wear and tear and potential damage, polyaspartic epoxy coatings would be a great choice for you. Our polyaspartic epoxy coatings here at Solid Custom Flooring Coatings are extremely durable and will typically last just through the flooring’s own useful life. Learn More>>
Do I have to reseal my polyaspartic (Epoxy) coating?
When you get an epoxy coating on your flooring or garage floor, you can expect it to last for quite some time. Usually epoxy coatings will last for the entirety of your flooring’s useful life. However, it is vital to properly care for your floor in order to expect the epoxy coating to last. Learn More>>
Are you able to fix areas of pooling or dripping before installation?
There are a number of things to consider when answering this question. If the slab has sunk a significant amount, then you may want to consider having it raised prior to having it coated. The process involves drilling holes in the concrete where it needs to be raised. Either a form of mud or foam can be pumped into the holes and underneath the concrete to lift it back into place. We do not specialize in this service so you will need to find a company that does it. Learn More>>
Can you coat my driveway with the polyaspartic (Epoxy) coating?
We have been asked this a bunch, and we understand with how good the garage looks. But we do not recommend coating driveways, especially if it has a slope. Learn More>>
Do I need to be home during the installation of my garage floor?
We understand that things come up, but no problem here! You do not need to be home for Polyaspartic coating installation as long as the crew has access to the garage. Learn more>>
How often do I need to clean my new epoxy coated floor?
Cleaning the dirt and grime off your new floor will limit potential abrasion on the floor and keep it looking good for years to come. As debris builds up in the garage, driving on the debris over time can act like sandpaper and begin to dull the topcoat. It will serve you well to maintain the floor. Learn more>>
What is the best way to clean my polyaspartic (Epoxy) coated floor?
The Polyaspartic coated floors installed by Solid Custom Concrete Coatings are very easy to clean and maintain. We recommend using a squeegee with soap and water to clean the surface of the coating. Learn More>>
Is the Epoxy garage coating process dusty?
With us, dust is minimal. We realize the last thing you want to do is spend days cleaning up fine concrete dust off your belongings. Solid Custom Floor Coatings in Ogden, Utah specializes in Polyaspartic coating. We strive to keep every installation as clean, tidy, and dustless as possible. Learn More>>
Is it normal to have bubbles in Epoxy floors the day after installation?
It is totally normal for you to see some air bubbles and hear them popping when you walk on the floor coating the day following installation. The reason for this is the fluctuation in temperature. Learn more>>
Can my epoxy garage be applied when it’s cold out?
mmer and winter blends of these products. The difference between the two is quite simple: the summer blend dries quicker in warmer weather and the winter blend dries quicker in colder weather. Learn More>>
Will Polyaspartic coatings discolor over time due to constant sun exposure?
partic coatings, which are what we use, are UV protected and will hold up best from UV ray exposure. If the coating is exposed to UV rays from the sun, you will not have to worry about it becoming discolored over time. Learn More>>
Can wood steps be coated with a Polyaspartic is well?
Absolutely! Even if the steps are made of wood, the coating will adhere to them but there is no warranty on them. Coating the steps will definitely last much longer than painting them. Learn More>>
Do the concrete expansion joints get filled during the installation?
This can go either way. We do not recommend filling in your expansion joints with floor coatings. The expansion joints are there for a reason: to force cracks to occur inside them versus in the middle of the floor. If the expansion joints are filled with something solid, it will put pressure outside of them and can cause the floor coating to crack in other places. Learn More>>
Do you train and certify your installers?
All of our installers are trained and certified. They work directly with the owner to ensure they are doing everything perfectly. Learn More>>
Do certain colors cost more?
We offer a large color selection so you can pick the Polyaspartic color that suits you best. All the Polyaspartic coating colors we stock are set at the same price point. Colors we don’t stock can be ordered at an additional cost. Learn More>>
Can expansion joints be filled after install?
We recommend Sika Self Leveling Polyurethane. This product can be purchased at Lowes or Home Depot. It comes in a gray or tan color. It requires a caulk gun for application. Read More>>
Is an Acid Wash or Floor Grinding best for a Floor Coating?
Grinding the floor with diamonds is the best way to prep a floor for a long term coating. Grinding the floor creates the best adhesion surface by stripping any cure, sealant, or stains that can cause the coating to delaminate over time. Learn More>>
What happens if I drop something and it chips the durable floor?
If you drop something, most likely it won’t chip the floor unless it’s dense and has a sharp edge. If something happens to the floor, know that we can repair small damages without redoing the entire floor. Learn More>>
Are my floors scratch resistant?
Polyaspartic floors are exceptionally scratch resistant. While these coatings can scratch, they are one of the most resilient garage floor coatings in the industry. Epoxy will scratch much easier than polyaspartic. Learn More>>
Can you coat over the felt pad between the floor and wall?
The felt pad between the floor and the wall cannot be coated without taking additional steps or the coating will not adhere to the soft material the pad is made of. The felt pad can be caulked over and then coated over. Learn More>>
If my concrete cracks will my coating crack?
When your concrete cracks from shifting over time, usually the expansion joints will catch a majority of the cracks. We recommend coating in and out of the expansion joints. Learn More>>
Will my new floor be slip resistant?
This Polyaspartic coating is textured due to the vinyl paint flakes, making it fairly slip-resistant floor coating. Learn More>>
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