Opt for a Durable Garage Floor with epoxy floor coatings that offer both elegance and endurance.
When it comes to enhancing the appearance and longevity of your garage floor, epoxy flooring is a fantastic choice. Our team at 824 Coatings specializes in different types of epoxy applications specifically designed for garages: from solid color epoxy resin coatings to decorative epoxy flake floors.
These applications create a floor that not only boasts a sophisticated aesthetic but also delivers exceptional durability. With their seamless nature, epoxy floors are easy to clean and maintain, ensuring a long-lasting and attractive garage space. If your concrete floor is showing signs of wear and tear, opting for a seamless resin floor topping should be considered to restore and revitalize the surface.
Say goodbye to lackluster garage floors and embrace the beauty and resilience of resin coatings and toppings.
A flake finish floor is a great way to make sure your garage floor is durable and still to your color pallet. Flake finish systems are made of three layers. A coloured epoxy base coat, a vinyl flake blend and a clear protective UV stable top coat.
Epoxy flake floors are one of the few systems that can be used both indoors and outdoors, thanks to their water and weatherproof qualities. Their orange peel like texture provides a slight anti-slip finish.
We offer a wide range of flake blends to choose from, each with its own uniqueness. You can add different colors of glitter to give the floor an extra shimmer in the light.
Correct epoxy floor installation is the key to a long-lasting and high-performance epoxy floor. Floor preparation lies in the foundations of every floor and we at 824 Coatings know this. This is why we spend we have developed a well detailed floor preparation to ensure the longevity of your new LA garage floor.
Our epoxy floor installation process consists of the following steps.
1. Mechanically grind the concrete floor to remove traces of old coatings, dirt, stains, glues and oils.
2. Repair cracks, holes and imperfections to ensure the structural integrity of the concrete floor and the epoxy floor.
3. Apply a Primer or moisture vapor barrier to prevent the concrete from breathing and the floor from lifting and peeling.
4. Apply a colored epoxy base coat
5. Apply a Decorative coat - either flake broadcast, metallic, quartz, etc, depending on the floor system you've chosen.
6. Seal the floor with a protective, clear UV stable topcoat to protect the floor from damage, stains, discoloration and wear and tear.