Hello Garage Flooring

A floor so beautiful, it should be in a museum.

When it comes to renewing your garage floor, there’s really only one type of flooring you want: polyaspartic. It’s a big word, but it’s a technology that’s been used commercially for decades and is now available for residential garages. When professionally installed, a polyaspartic coating turns a worn, stained and cracked concrete garage floor into a beautiful, durable, long-lasting surface.

The bottom line: Only polyaspartic floor-coating technology offers granite-like look and durability and can be installed in about a day.

Wait, but what about epoxy?

You had to go and use the “E” word, didn’t you? Well, here are some things that can happen with epoxy flooring that you simply won’t see with polyaspartics.

  • chemical burns example

    Chemical Burns
  • Poor flake distribution example

    Poor Flake Distribution
  • Peeling and flaking example

    Peeling and Flaking
  • Hot tire pickup example

    Hot-Tire Pickup
  • Yellowing example

  • UV fading example

    UV Fading

How it works.

The HG Polyaspartic Floor Coating System consists of three main parts: a base coat, decorative flake and a durable top coat. The system is installed in five steps.

how polyaspartic flooring works

Step 1

Surface is thoroughly prepped using an industrial grinder.

Step 2

Cracks and surface damage are repaired.

Step 3

Base coat is applied.

Step 4

Decorative flake is fully broadcast over the surface.

Step 5

Clear top coat is applied.

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