Sure, there are DIY options for garage floor coatings. But, why not save yourself time, energy, and trips to the hardware store? Our professionals at Webfoot Concrete Coatings are dedicated to restoring your garage’s concrete floor. We’ll install a polyurea coating that’s made to last. Unlike store-bought epoxy kits, this professionally installed polyaspartic coating can be installed in one day and won’t crack or peel over time. Interested? Let’s talk more about the benefits, options, and costs of garage floor resurfacing with Webfoot.
What are your options for getting the best garage floor?
Many homeowners struggle with not knowing what they can do with their old concrete floor. And there are actually a few options. You could take the cheapest route with some do-it-yourself garage floor paint ideas. For less than a high-quality polyurea coating, you can get epoxy paint from the store and do an alright job on your own. But, simple epoxy paint is likely to flake away with wear and tear.
The absolute best thing you can do for your concrete garage floor is to invest in a concrete coating from Webfoot. We’re a Penntek-certified provider of polyurea concrete coatings. Polyurea forms a chemical bond with your concrete for a level of adhesion that other coating systems — like an epoxy coating — can’t compete with. It’s 4x stronger than epoxy, slip-resistant, and installed in 1-day with a 15-year warranty. The best garage floor is possible with Webfoot Concrete Coatings!
How do you restore a garage floor?
Professional concrete coatings deliver professional results. We’re supporters of a good DIY project, but when it comes to concrete coatings we make it look easy because we’ve mastered the art. We’ll resurface your garage floor following a multi-part process:
Step 1 – Grinding
Using our heavy-duty concrete grinder, we grind down your existing concrete to a smooth finish. Then we sweep and squeegee the surface clean and clear.
Step 2 – Mending
We fill and repair any cracks, abrasions, spalling, pitted, or damaged areas with a mending sealer. This dries to be as strong as concrete.
Step 3 – Base Coat
We carefully apply a polyurea base coat to the floor surface. Depending on the choice you make (like chip color), we offer three color options: gray, tan, and grey/tan.
Step 4 – Chip System
The chip system is optional, but if chosen we broadcast your choice of chip color before the top coat. You can choose from our variety of blends or even customize your own.
Step 5 – Top Coat
We finish off the floor with a polyaspartic topcoat. After 24-hours, your floor is ready for foot traffic and more.
So why have us conquer the project for you? Because our team is fully certified, our equipment is industrial-grade, and our product is high-quality; we’ve invested time in knowing what we’re doing and doing it well. When you hire a professional like Webfoot, you can be assured that you’re in good, competent hands.
Check out the following video for a walkthrough of our process showcasing our work at the Best Western in Bend, OR.
Can you repair a damaged floor?
There’s a lot of concrete damage that we can repair, but sometimes concrete may be too far gone and need to be repoured.
What we CAN coat:
- Small areas of minimal pitting
- Oil Stains and discolorations
What we CAN’T coat:
- Exposed aggregate
- Large damaged areas (very pitted and bombed-out)
If you’re unsure about the condition of your concrete, we’re here to help. You can book a free estimate and we’ll send a professional out to take a closer look! Our estimator will let you know if you’re ready for a fresh garage coating and answer any questions you have along the way.
How much to resurface your garage floor?
The cost of resurfacing your garage floor will be unique to your home’s needs. As a result, it’s difficult to give a ballpark estimate because there’s a number of factors that impact the price of your project: size, overall design goals (your chosen finishing system), and the existing condition of the concrete. Luckily, we have professionals who are knowledgeable about all the important factors that will impact your concrete coating project. The estimate process will answer any questions you may have and provide you with an accurate, fair price for your project.