How to Choose the Proper Epoxy Coating for Garage and Basement Floors

How to Choose the Proper Epoxy Coating for Garage and Basement Floors

Having the most beautiful car in the world may lose its reputation if it’s parked on cracked, stained or dirty concrete surfaces. If you can take major pride in your vehicles why not extend that same type of pride and apply it to what’s their version of “home”. By improving your outlook on garage floors and taking into consideration that those untreated concrete garage surfaces could actually be a fresh, new base offering you a variety of garage floor coating finishes, instead of simply seeing them as dull and finished surfaces. Utilize the benefits of having garage floors by installing (or having a professional) install a protective garage epoxy coating.
Moisture Vapor Barrier Control Products for Concrete Coating Systems

Moisture Vapor Barrier Control Products for Concrete Coating Systems

When concrete floors are located in garages or a sub-level like basements, they may be exposed to moisture. Dampness problems are among the most frequent problems encountered in commercial spaces and residences. Damp proofing is necessary when controlling moisture and by applying a moisture vapor barrier coating you are securing a damp proof concrete floor.
Epoxy Resin for Garage Floors | Xtreme Polishing Systems

Epoxy Resin for Garage Floors

Do you want your garage floors to shine like your car does? Xtreme Polishing Systems supplies an industrial-grade epoxy coating and polyaspartic/urethane top coats that are designed to deliver sustainability, while also being able to withstand heavy traffic and wear and tear on your garage floors.



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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