Part one of our series on garage flooring explores the technology behind it.
Garage Flooring: A New Look For Your Garage
If you’re like most people, your garage has one type of floor: a bare concrete slab. Particularly if you live in an older home or tract housing, a lot of times builders would cut corners and not even seal the floors. The problem with bare concrete is that it is very porous and highly absorbent. That’s where resin garage floor coating comes in.
Not only does it cover up any unsightly stains, it stops new stains from happening. How? Well when you install garage floor coating, the epoxy resin sinks into each pore filling it up. Your garage floor goes from being spotted and ugly to shiny and spot free in just a short amount of time. And resin hardens hast so you can put a car on it within just a few hours. However, there are other reasons to get it put in
Garage Floor: A Clean Up Breeze
Another reason to get it installed is that resin garage flooring is easy to clean up. Since the resin is a barrier between the concrete and the spill, most of the time, you can wipe up any spills or even mop them without worry. And the resin is extremely hard, so you can sweep and vacuum as well, with no need to scrub.
You want your garage to be clean as well as the rest of your home. So sweep on a regular basis, and put things away in their proper place. And of course, install resin garage flooring to keep the stains out.
This concludes part one of our series. For more information on garage flooring, be sure to read part two as well.
Triton Garage Cabinets & Storage Systems
4111 W. Clarendon Ave.
Phoenix, AZ. 85019