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Transform Your Randolph, NJ Garage with a Durable Epoxy or Polyaspartic Garage Floor Coating

The concrete epoxy and polyaspartic installation experts at The Concrete Facelift, LLC are here to make upgrading your garage floor easy and hassle-free! If you’ve been putting off renovating your garage because of the inconvenience, rest assured that we have the skill and know-how to get the job done right in just one day. You’ll be able to move your cars and other belongings back inside in no time! If you’re interested in revamping your Randolph, NJ garage floor with a brand-new epoxy or polyaspartic coating in your choice of color, pattern, and finish, call us today for a free estimate! Our services are also available throughout Morris County and Bergen County, NJ.

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Which Is Better: Polyaspartic or Epoxy Floor Coating?

While both polyaspartic and epoxy coatings can provide a resistant and attractive finish for garage floors, there are several key differences between the two. Polyaspartic floor coating is a newer and more advanced type of garage floor coating that offers several advantages over traditional epoxy. It’s a two-component system that cures quickly, forming a highly durable and chemical-resistant surface.

Polyaspartic coatings are known for their exceptional abrasion resistance, flexibility, and resistance to hot tire pick-up. Additionally, they’re UV-stable, meaning they won't yellow or fade over time from exposure to sunlight like epoxy does.

However, epoxy does still provide a tough coating, is relatively straightforward to install, can be customized easily with colors or even underfloor heating, and requires very little maintenance. Epoxy is also generally less expensive than polyaspartic coatings, which require a careful, professional installation due to their rapid curing time. Feel free to discuss your options with one of our technicians to figure out which is best for you.

How Long Does It Take for Epoxy to Dry?

Epoxy floors typically take around seven days to fully cure and reach maximum hardness and chemical resistance. However, the floor is usually dry enough to walk on after 12-24 hours and can withstand light use within 24-72 hours after application. The exact curing time will fluctuate based on the specific epoxy product used, temperature, humidity, and thickness of the coating.

How Long Does Polyaspartic Take to Dry?

Polyaspartic coatings have a very fast cure time compared to traditional epoxy coatings. They typically become tack-free and ready for light foot traffic within 2-4 hours after application and reach complete cure in 24 hours. However, the exact drying and curing times fluctuate based on the temperature, humidity, and the specific polyaspartic product used.

Garage Epoxy Flooring

Our Easy Garage Floor Epoxy or Polyaspartic Installation Process

Our skilled contractors follow an easy 7-step process to complete epoxy or polyaspartic flooring installations in just one day. Here’s how it works:

  • We grind and patch the floor to ensure a secure bond
  • We apply a thick layer of epoxy or polyaspartic pigmented application to give you the unique color you want
  • We cover the floor in paint flakes of your choice
  • Epoxy flake flooring takes 8 hours to cure while polyaspartic takes one to two hours to cure
  • We scrape off the excess paint flakes and vacuum them up
  • We apply a clear coat of UV resistant polyaspartic urethane or epoxy flooring
  • Wait 24 hours before back your vehicles and items

How Long Does Epoxy Floor Coating Last?

Epoxy floor coatings can last anywhere from 5 to 10 years, depending on the quality of the product, the preparation of the surface, and the amount of foot traffic and abuse the floor endures. With proper installation and maintenance, a high-quality epoxy coating can produce a durable and long-lasting solution for garage floors. However, it's important to note that epoxy floors are susceptible to yellowing and fading over time, especially if they’re exposed to UV rays.

How Much Does It Cost to Coat Your Garage Floor With Epoxy or Polyaspartic?

The size of the garage floor, the condition of the existing concrete surface, and the quality of the coating system used all play a role in determining the overall cost of coating a garage floor with epoxy or polyaspartic.

Generally, homeowners can expect to pay a higher price for a professional epoxy floor coating installation in a standard two-car garage compared to a smaller single-car garage. Polyaspartic coatings, which offer superior durability and UV resistance, typically come with a higher price tag than epoxy coatings for the same size garage. The cost can further increase or decrease depending on the requirements and complexity of the project.

Get a Free Quote Today for Your Concrete Epoxy or Polyaspartic Floor Coating

Having an attractive, well-designed garage can significantly boost your home’s value. Installing a polyaspartic or epoxy floor is an easy and cost-effective way to give your garage a high-end look. If you’re ready to transform your garage in Randolph, Morris County, or Bergen County, NJ, call The Concrete Facelift today for a fast, free estimate!

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