Garage Floor Coatings are just one example of seamless floors and are chosen for the fact they are highly-durable and used in a wide array of situations including as garage floor, office floors, manufacturing locations, gyms, clinics, auto showrooms, residential spaces, bars, restaurants, and the list goes on. While they were originally used for their durability in commercial settings they can also be very inviting and easy to maintain in residential settings thus are found in even basements, kitchens, and main living areas. One of the most appealing aspects is the smooth “monolithic” look they offer. No joints, no edges. These epoxy coatings can be installed in a wide variety of colors and dramatic finishes. When combined with Walttools Tru Lustre metallic pigments, they are nothing short of artwork. Other options are vivid solid colors, colorful vinyl chips, and sublime colored quartz surfaces.
Why choose seamless flooring?
No joints – Can go room to room.
Durable – Can shows less wear than actual concrete.
Decorative – Solid colors, chips, quartz, metallics, or any combination.
Chemical Resistance – Protected from common spills and stains.
Sanitary – No pores for bacterial and dirt buildup.
Easy maintainence – Grime and dirt stays only of surface to be cleaned away.
Common resins used for seamless flooring are epoxy primers, epoxies, polyaspartics, and urethanes. These are commonly referred to the resins. The decorative component options are vinyl chips, colored quartz, metallics, and mica.
These are two links to videos demonstrating two examples of typical garage floor coatings with Quartz and Vinyl flake Part ONE and Part TWO