Why should I choose Garage Perfect?
At Garage Perfect, we pay attention to details that other “garage experts” don’t. We perform thorough testing and provide you with detailed moisture checks even before we provide you with an estimate. This eliminates hidden costs and ensures that we have the ability to apply an aesthetically pleasing and durable finish.
How do you prepare the floor? Is acid involved?
At Garage Perfect, we are environmentally conscious and we avoid using harsh chemicals. Typically, we use a state of the art diamond finished grinder to grind away the problem areas in your concrete slab. We use state-of-the-art diamond grinding machines to prepare the surface. In the unlikely cases of high moisture content and cracks in the floor we perform additional environmentally friendly steps in preparing your concrete flooring.
Does Garage Perfect offer a warranty on the floor coating system?
How much does it cost for a polyaspartic polyurethane garage floor coating?
Will fluid from my car damage the floor?
Is the Garage Perfect floor system slippery?
What is the difference between Garage Perfect’s polyaspartic floor system compared to Garage Perfect’s epoxy floor systems?
Here are some factors that you should consider when choosing between Polyaspartic Polyurea flooring and Epoxy:
- Garage Perfect has an unbeatable warranty on our Polyaspartic Polyurea flooring.
- The durability of the Polyaspartic Polyurea floor coating is four times stronger than epoxy.
- Unlike epoxy floors, the Garage Perfect polyaspartic polyurea floor coating can be installed in one day in temperatures varying from -20 to 120 degrees Fahrenheit. Due to the materials we can not install epoxy flooring in temperatures below 50 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Aside from the temperature difference epoxy flooring also takes multiple days to cure to the concrete which could be an inconvenience to patrons and residents alike.
The reason that Polyaspartic polyurea flooring system takes one day to cure is because the substance is absorbed into the floor system whereas epoxy rests on top of the concrete. In short Polyaspartic Flooring is Garage Perfect’s most recommended flooring type because of its durability as well as the installation time.
Can you remove my failing epoxy floor?
Can my knee wall or foundation wall also be coated even though it is a vertical surface?
Do I have to repair the cracks in my garage flooring before you begin your refinishing process?
Can Garage Perfect’s Polyaspartic Polyurea be applied to other surfaces?
Absolutely! Unlike epoxy our weather and waterproof Polyaspartic Polyurea coating can adhere to other types of concrete surfaces and wood surfaces such as:
- Pool decks
- Concrete surfaces
Not only is our product weather and waterproof it also is UV stable. This means that the suns harmful u v rays will not fade or yellow over time.
When can I walk on my new garage floor?
When can I park my car on the new garage floor?
How do I clean my new garage floor?
For further information on cleaning and general maintenance of your flooring system please click here for a download of our general care and maintenance guide. This guide is provided to each customer upon completion of their new flooring system.
We perform a detailed moisture check with every estimate so your floor won’t crack, peel or delaminate over time.