7 Things to Consider Before Applying an Epoxy Floor Coating | Xtreme Polishing Systems

7 Things to Consider Before Applying an Epoxy Floor Coating

Epoxy is becoming increasingly popular due to its versatility and long-lasting results. If you are considering epoxy floor coating for your garage or workshop, you should know a few things ahead of time to ensure that you are ready for the process and can fully enjoy the results. Here are seven things to consider before applying Epoxy Floor Coatings.
Learn How to Broaden Your Knowledge with Advanced Designer Epoxy Techniques | Xtreme Polishing Systems

Learn How to Broaden Your Knowledge with Advanced Designer Epoxy Techniques

By possessing an arsenal of design techniques, you can bridge the difference between your client’s vision and the reality of a project. Today, the clients who present their inquiries are more sophisticated with their personal preferences. Needless to say, they expect more. Plain gray concrete is simply no longer good enough for them.
What are the Primary Reasons for an Epoxy Coating Failure?

What are the Primary Reasons for an Epoxy Coating Failure?

After thorough thinking, gaining enough courage, and collecting the proper resources, you finally decide to embrace the installation of an industrial floor coating. Now what?
Global Forecast: Predicted Industry Market Value for Polished Concrete and Epoxy Coatings

Global Forecast: Predicted Industry Market Value for Polished Concrete and Epoxy Coatings

The recent advancements in the flooring industry for Concrete Floor Coatings and Polished Concrete have given way to the main spotlight. Now more than ever, the leading choices for commercial, residential, or industrial floor finishes are polished concrete and epoxy flooring. These incredible finishes exceed industry standards because they are capable of appealing to both high aesthetics or simplistic natural beauty, delivers absolute sustainability, require just minimal levels of maintenance, and all while still being affordable for anyone.
5 Hard Surfaces Recommended for Epoxy Coatings (and 3 that are NOT) | Xtreme Polishing Systems

5 Hard Surfaces Recommended for Epoxy Coatings (and 3 that are NOT)

Epoxy continues to show us just how incredibly versatile it can be, in addition to its chemical properties that allow the material to adhere (stick) to various different surfaces. A long-lasting, durable finish like epoxy coatings is sure to enhance, seal, and protect your surfaces from the stress we inflict on them daily. While it is versatile, the adhesive properties in epoxy coatings still have a few limitations pertaining to which types of surfaces are suitable for this application, without the concern of delamination.
A Legacy of Giving Back: How Important is Education to the Industry?

A Legacy of Giving Back: How Important is Education to the Industry?

Concrete flooring serves several purposes in a home or business. While it provides a durable solution to carry furniture, appliances and handles heavy foot traffic, it is also a benchmark for the ambiance an individual will envision. With that in mind, a hands-on, and thoroughly taught education in the concrete flooring industry for polished concrete and epoxy coatings are vital for every aspect of these surfaces to serve a purpose. Every color, texture, and design integrated on the floor accentuates extravagance and space quality
Concrete Coatings are Beautiful AND Reliable for Residential and Commercial Garage Flooring

Concrete Coatings are Beautiful AND Reliable for Residential and Commercial Garage Flooring

Garage floor coating systems offer heavy-duty, long-lasting flooring ideal for high foot-traffic and heavy pressure areas like residential and commercial garages, as well as businesses throughout all industries. Presenting unlimited color schemes and patterns gives everyone the freedom to experiment with different designs to create original surface finishes. Garage floor coatings add life, as well as traction to your concrete flooring that lasts for an extended period.
What is the Difference Between Epoxy, Polyaspartic and Polyurethane Floor Coatings?

What is the Difference Between Epoxy, Polyaspartic and Polyurethane Floor Coatings?

Protective surface materials such as epoxy, polyaspartic, and polyurethane coatings are great options for offering your concrete surfaces constant defense against harmful damage that may be caused by chemical spills, stains, and daily wear and tear. Floor (and countertop) coatings provide clients with long lasting, easy to clean surfaces that display fascinating beauty for years to come. Each individual surface coating is specifically formulated with different attributes that separates it from the next coating, so what are the differences between epoxy, polyaspartic, and polyurethane coatings?
Do It Yourself Epoxy Coatings: DIY Flooring Trends for the New Year

Do It Yourself Epoxy Coatings: DIY Flooring Trends for the New Year

Epoxy floor coatings have been the staple for flooring systems of commercial and residential spaces over the years. Although it initially made its way through warehouses, retail stores, hospitals, and garages, people started to recognize its benefits. Offering unparalleled strength and durability, it is one of the cheapest materials in the market. Epoxy floor coatings have also begun to move towards flooring trends because of the plethora of colors and patterns available.

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Our complete Concrete Floor Guide and Epoxy Blog each exhibit helpful industry knowledge and resourceful product expertise for contractors, do-it-yourself individuals, businesses, and property owners seeking instant direction support.

The professionals at Xtreme Polishing Systems understand that each individual concrete surface must be treated differently based on the slab’s current condition, and it’s very common for unforeseen complications to occur after hours while still on the job site. Our clients deserve immediate access to expert tips and customer support that may be useful for various reasons which may occur in this ever-changing industry.

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