Our specialized garage flooring process
Why coat your garage floor with our Liquid Granite garage floor system?
For starters, our finished garage floor coating system look nothing less than Awesome! By sealing the concrete of your garage floor there will be less dust and dirt to make its way into your house as foot traffic goes in and out. Concrete constantly breaks down, coating with an epoxy or polyaspartic sealing system helps to stop this from happening. Our high shine, high gloss polyurea/polyaspartic clear coat makes your garage floor very easy to clean. It is also resistant to most household chemicals, and spills wipe up easy with a damp towel or mop. By grinding the concrete we make sure the coating wicks deep into the concrete, this resists hot tire lift up and moisture failures like most epoxy floor do-it-yourself kits.
What’s the process for refinishing our garage floor?
After selecting on of our many colors offered (or custom designing your own) we will schedule an installation date with you.
First, we grind the floor with a mechanical diamond grinder. This will remove the top surface of the concrete (and any existing coatings or paint) and open up the pores of the concrete so our chemicals will adhere properly.
Next, we repair and surface defects. Settling cracks are “chased” and cleaned with an electric tool then patched. We will also fill in any divots, holes, or other imperfections we may find.
Once the surface is properly prepared and cleaned we apply the first coat. This is a liquid vapor barrier. Not only does the vapor barrier seal the concrete, it also keeps the moisture from seeping up through the floor.
Before the first coat dries we install your chosen blend of decorative paint chips or “flakes”. We do a full broadcast to the point of rejection, meaning your entire garage floor is covered with a layer of flake, not just random areas. This not only makes for a nicer appearance and finish but adds an extra layer of protection to the durability of the garage floor paint.
After the first coat cures, we scrape down the flakes and clean up any excess. Any areas where the chips might not have stuck properly are touched up and now it’s time for the final coat.
Over the years many products have been used for garage floor coating applications. Concrete stains, epoxies, acrylic, and polyurethane can all be applied to a garage floor. We truly believe that the new technology of a poly-aspartic top coat is the best way to go. This clear coat is UV stable, so it won’t yellow over the years after being installed. It’s also hot tire resistant, so between it and our industrial grade epoxy vapor barrier you won’t have to worry about the floor peeling up or needing to be recoated in a few years.
Once the clear-coat is applied it should cure and be walkable in 3 to 4 hours. We do recommend waiting until the next morning to move your larger items back into the garage though. Now it’s time to enjoy and show off your beautiful new garage floor.
What are some of the differences between our garage floor paint systems and other companies?
Great experience, I had them apply a coating to my garage floor today. I thought Jarrett was very knowledgeable and he seemed to be genuinely concerned about doing the job right... Initially I thought their pricing was fair but after I saw exactly what went into this job I was thoroughly impressed and felt it was definitely a notable value... I do believe they went above and beyond the norm, the workmanship was excellent and I'm very pleased with the overall experience.
I was looking to do something with my unsightly garage to convert into a mini gym with a boxing heavy bag. Jerrett showed up thoroughly explained the process and what to expect showed me samples and guided me through the process. ... It’s not often that I am so overwhelmingly happy for a job that I have hired a company to do. Great Job Jerrett and MASTERPIECE GARAGE.
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