Polyaspartic (Epoxy) Coating Installation Duration
There are several factors that come into play when it comes to installing polyaspartic coatings. The size of the project and weather conditions will have an impact on the length of the installation process. Our goal is always to finish the project as soon as possible in order to make things easier on you and your family. Projects will usually take anywhere from 6 to 10 hours. Small projects will take about a day while larger projects may take another day.
Our Installation Process
Each home and garage is different, which means that the approach for installing garage flooring will be different for each project. We have customizable floor coating options available to meet all of your specifications. We not only offer different types of coating options, but we also offer a broad range of colors that all have beautiful finishes.
You can customize your flooring to your personal preference and style. With our floors, your rooms will automatically become safer with slip resistant technology. Our floor coatings are also extremely durable and damage resistant. Floor coatings offer an economical way to add extra value to your home.
The first step in our installation process is to prep the floor. We will use diamond grinding or a shot blast to smooth the floor. To minimize dust, we use grinders with vacuum systems attached.
Before we can add a coating to your floor, we will check for any cracks or pits in your floor. If there are any, they will need to be filled before the coating can be applied.
Base Coat & Chip
After the concrete has been restored, we mix and apply a self-priming layer of Polyurea to be the base coat of the coating. Directly after the polyurea has been applied, we will broadcast the chip by hand to add color and texture to the flooring.
After allowing the base coat to cure for an hour or so, the floor will be scraped and vacuumed. This step ensures that any loose flakes are detached from the flooring.
Once the floor has been determined smooth enough, the final step of the coating process can commence. The final step is to add a top coat, which is typically a Polyaspartic clear coat. This coat will ensure that the floor is protected from damage and UV rays.