Garage Floor Epoxy Reviews

Garage floor epoxy is used in different types of work environments and floors, from the normal home garage to the shop where large farm vehicles are repaired on a daily basis. The floor epoxy cushions the floor for workers that have to stand for hours at a time or lay on the floor during the repair of cars and trucks. It prevents cold from becoming overwhelming in winter months and protect flooring from wearing out, becoming cracked due to age, wear or abuse. It is water resistant and impact resistant to help provide a long lasting floor that will stay in great shape for years to come.

But before you do it yourself, compare prices, kits and what their ratings are. Also, look at the advantages and disadvantages of each product before you invest your money and time. High price versus low priced items offer different protection and needs for garages. If you are going to use garage floor epoxy on a home garage that will be used for small storage and parking only, you can use a lower price item. If you have a commercial building that will receive a lot of wear and tear, you want to use the best available to protect your business and cut down on future repairs.

When you are ready to select a good garage floor epoxy, consider buying from a name brand dealer for professional buildings. If you are going to cover a large space in a commercial building, you want to choose the epoxy that will bond to the floor in the strongest possible way and last for years to come. With a high quality epoxy, you can get as much as a 10-year guarantee against chipping, abrasions wear. The cheaper brands do not always offer a guarantee and when they do, it is for five years and under certain conditions.

For the homeowner, a less expensive brand is fine and can be found at most home improvement stores and dealerships. Always check the labels for specifications against wear, bonding strength and proper use and abuse before investing your time. If there is a guarantee, check under what conditions you are covered against damage. If a product does not have specification, it is an inferior product and you should avoid it at all cost.

You can choose from different colors and if color chips are included. Check carefully what is included in your garage floor epoxy kit if you are going to apply it yourself. Sometimes an items may be listed with other products, but will have the words add on extra. This means it is going to cost you more if you need the item. Also, check for thickness of the epoxy covering, and if it is a solid base or water base apply.

Read the instructions on applying it before you buy. If you need a breather during application, it is extra to rent or purchase one. Do not apply it alone. Always have someone with you in case of an emergency or an allergic reaction to the chemicals used to make the epoxy. Work in a well ventilated area and do not use the floor until completely dry and the correct amount of time has passed for safety.

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