When you give your garage’s concrete floor a new coating, you are choosing an affordable and attractive option for improving the appearance of the floor. Say goodbye to that boring grey color on the floor. The floor coating products which we have available are formulated for heavy-duty impact and usage. Perfect for any commercial or residential garage!
These are unique floor coating systems that are unmatched anywhere. They will enhance the overall aesthetics of your garage floor and make it more resistant to debris, stains, and tire marks. All those tiny imperfections which are common with garage floors will no longer be seen after you apply our special floor coating.
LET’S REVIEW THE 3 MAIN ADVANTAGES OF CHOOSING OUR INNOVATIVE AND STATE-OF-THE-ART GARAGE FLOOR COATINGS.
It doesn’t matter which color, style or texture you choose because our garage floor coatings are all highly durable. They are resistant to every possible issue you could have in a garage, such as vehicle stains, chemical spills, hot temperatures, sun damage, and abrasions.
When you have us install our specially formulated epoxy and polyaspartic coating onto your garage floor, its optional textured finish will reduce the chances of someone slipping and falling down. We have the ability to provide a coating system designed for your specific needs.
At Top Gun Garage, we understand that every application is different and you deserve a coating system that performs best for how YOU use your space
Diamond grinding preparation
100% Solids Vapor Barrier Epoxy Basecoat
Cracks and imperfections repaired prior to coating
Polyaspartic Clear Topcoat
UV stable and abrasion resistance
Industrial grade Epoxy/Polyaspartic products
Garage floors must be resilient, sturdy, and stable. After all, the garage floor must endure heavyweight, constant walking and movement, extremely hot temperatures, chemical spills, and more. No other floor in your home is treated as rough as the garage floor. That is why your garage floor requires the very best epoxy floor coating tailored to your specific needs
Top Gun Garage guarantees the quality and resiliency of our epoxy garage floor coatings. Your new coating system will be designed and installed for anything you can throw at it such as: heavy vehicle traffic, chemical spills, high heat, and impacts from weightlifting or hobbies.
In most cases, the installation of your epoxy flooring takes as little as one day. Our state-of-the-art shot blasting and diamond grinding equipment is able to complete the labor-intensive surface preparation process in 1 hour under most conditions. Top Gun Garage also uses high-powered dust collection systems with HEPA filters to ensure there is very little dust during the preparation process. The rapid curing epoxy and polyaspartic coatings that we use enable us to complete the epoxy base coat, flake broadcast and clear coat in the very same day. You will be able to enjoy your high-performance epoxy floor in as soon as 24 hours after the installation is complete. We ask that vehicles remain off the epoxy for 72 hours after your installation day.
The leading causes of concrete coating failure are inadequate surface preparation and vapor emissions. You may have seen or experienced some builder-grade or box store epoxy lifting or flaking. Chances are, moisture is the culprit. But it may not be coming from where you think. You see, here in Southwest Florida we have loads of natural moisture in the soil and beneath the foundation of your home. Under normal circumstances, as the moisture comes to the surface the porosity of the concrete allows this moisture to escape into the air. If a coating is applied, that moisture is unable to escape and pressure is created. If the coating is not properly bonded to the concrete, the vapor pressure will literally push the coating loose from underneath. At Top Gun Garage, we solve both of these problems. First, with adequate surface preparation via diamond grinding or shot blasting (depending on the hardness of your concrete). You're probably wondering if this is necessary even for new concrete. The answer is a resounding YES! It is imperative to remove the top layer of concrete to allow the epoxy to penetrate deep into the pores of the concrete. The result is a bond that is stronger than the concrete itself. The second is a moisture vapor barrier. We use a high-viscosity moisture barrier epoxy that can stand up to up to 25 psi of vapor pressure. Think of the pressure that is created from holding your finger over a garden hose coming through a concrete slab. Simply put, your epoxy flooring will be protected from elements that come from underneath as well as on top.