Epoxy Floor Coating in New Cumberland Garage
Extensive repairs were required for this 2-car concrete floor.
Project Details at a Glance
|LOCATION||New Cumberland, Pennsylvania (Cumberland County)|
|PROJECT||Garage Floor Coatings|
|COATING SYSTEM||Decorative Chip, Epoxy & Polyaspartic Polyurea|
|FLOOR SIZE||500 Square Feet|
Concrete Damage? No Problem.
This garage floor had severe issues with the top of the concrete. Because of this, the Pennsylvania team had to take another day to prepare the floor before the epoxy coating could be installed.
The decorative chip floor coating in this garage is comprised of:
- Skim coat repairs - low viscosity epoxy in areas that needed repairs
- Base coat: Pigmented polyaspartic with broadcast of 1/4″ decorative flakes.
- Top coat: Clear, polyaspartic with 46 grit aluminum oxide.
- System color: Franklin 1/4'' decorative chip flakes.
"May I just say that your installers were the most courteous, hardworking, and professional people I have come across in a long time. You can tell they take pride in their work and talk about working as a team? WOW- impressive. Their approach is a reflection on the service provided – excellent all around. We are so glad that we entered into a relationship with you and your company. The results are spectacular; our expectations were exceeded."
Dick & Brenda
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