Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Does epoxy flooring require a sealer?

A: No, epoxy flooring does not require a sealer. However, if you are concerned about durability or moisture resistance, you may want to consider sealing your epoxy floor. In the long run, this will protect your investment and keep your floors looking great. We recommend a high-quality penetrating sealer for the best results. In addition, if you are installing epoxy flooring in a wet area, it is always best to seal the concrete first to prevent any moisture from seeping through.

Q: How long does it take for an epoxy floor to cure?

A: Most epoxy floor coatings will be touch-dry within 2-3 hours, but the full curing time will depend on the brand and type of epoxy used. For example, water-based epoxies will take longer to cure than solvent-based epoxies. Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions for the best results, or ask our team for guidance. With proper curing, your epoxy floor will be ready for full use within 24-48 hours.

Q: How long does an epoxy floor coating last?

A: With proper care and maintenance, an epoxy floor coating can last many years. However, the lifespan will depend on the type of epoxy used and the amount of traffic the floor receives. For example, a high-traffic commercial kitchen must be refinished more often than a home garage. Generally, you can expect an epoxy floor coating to last anywhere from 5-10 years. Epoxy can last longer with proper care, such as using floor mats in high-traffic areas.

Q: Do you need to remove old paint before resurfacing concrete?

A: Yes, it is best to remove any old paint or sealer before resurfacing concrete. This will ensure that the new surface can bond properly and will give you the best results. The removal process can be time-consuming, so be sure to factor that in when planning your project. If the surface is in good condition, you may be able to simply sand away any old paint or sealer. However, if the surface is damaged, you need to use a chemical stripper or hire a professional to remove the old coating.

Q: Do you need to remove old paint before resurfacing concrete?

A: A decorative epoxy coating is a type of floor coating that is used to improve the appearance of concrete floors. It can be used in both residential and commercial settings, and it is available in a variety of colors and finishes. Decorative epoxy coatings are most commonly used in garages, basements, and industrial facilities. Many homeowners also use them in their kitchens, bathrooms, and laundry rooms to add a modern touch.

Q: Why is concrete resurfacing important?

A: Concrete resurfacing is important because it can help to repair and restore damaged concrete surfaces. It can also be used to improve the appe