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Choosing the Right Garage Floor Coating: Quick Summary

At this point, you might be confused: Epoxy floor, polyaspartic floor coating, and where does polyurea come from?

We aim to give you a short summary to help you make the right decision.

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All the options in the market

Applying garage floor coatings typically involves multiple layers, including a base and topcoat. Here are the common combinations available:

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Epoxy Base and Top

  1. Price: $
  2. Time to Install: Takes longer to cure, often requiring several days before the floor is fully usable.
  3. Durability: Epoxy is less suited for heavy traffic areas compared to other options. It provides moderate resistance to abrasion and chemicals but can chip and crack under intense use. It’s not as robust as polyaspartic or polyurea coatings, making it less ideal for commercial environments or garages with heavy vehicle traffic.
  4. Best for: Ideal for achieving metallic or marble effects. Its slow curing time allows more time to work the material, perfect for creating intricate designs and visual effects in decorative floors.
  5. Yellowing: Epoxy is prone to yellowing over time, especially when exposed to sunlight.

Polyurea or Epoxy Base with Polyaspartic Top

  1. Price: $$ 
  2. Time to Install: Requires time for the base layer to cure properly but less than traditional epoxy systems due to the quicker curing polyaspartic topcoat.
  3. Durability: Offers better durability than epoxy alone, but not as robust as a full polyaspartic system.
  4. Best for: Ideal for garages without exposure to sunlight and extreme temperatures. This coating combination performs well in environments that do not experience the harsh conditions that might require the full resilience of a complete polyaspartic system. 
  5. Yellowing: Will get yellow over time but solwer than epoxy.

Many companies choose a polyurea or epoxy base with a polyaspartic topcoat for cost-saving reasons while still using the premium "polyaspartic" label for marketing. This method reduces overall costs but keeps the appeal of a high-end product.

Polyaspartic Base and Top

  1. Price: $$-$$$ (Higher upfront cost, but the investment can be justified by its longer lifespan)
  2. Time to Install: Quick to install, polyaspartic coatings can often be completed in a day due to their fast curing times.
  3. Durability: Highly durable, resistant to scratches, UV light, and most chemicals, making it ideal for both commercial and intense residential use.
  4. Best for: High-traffic areas and commercial spaces where quick installation and minimal downtime are essential.
  5. Yellowing: Polyaspartic coatings are UV resistant and do not yellow as easily as other materials, maintaining their color clarity over time.
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At, we’ve revolutionized the garage floor coating industry by delivering the high quality of a complete polyaspartic system at an affordable price. Here’s how we did it:

  • Complete Polyaspartic System: We use polyaspartic coatings for both the base and top layers, ensuring superior durability and longevity.

  • Affordability Through Innovation: Our breakthroughs in cutting-edge technology and our unique online platform allow us to offer these premium coatings without the high costs associated with traditional sales and marketing teams.

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Did you know?

Lots of companies claim to use Polyaspartic, but they only apply it for the final coat.

Using a mix of Epoxy or Polyurea for the base coat can lead to yellowing and peeling over time.

Insist on a full Polyaspartic system for both base and top coats.