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Epoxy Flooring Installation

If you’re looking for a durable and long-lasting flooring solution for your garage, basement, or commercial space, epoxy flooring might be the way to go. Epoxy flooring is known for its strength, durability, and versatility, making it an excellent choice for areas that see heavy foot traffic and require high-performance flooring. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at the epoxy flooring installation process and what you can expect.
Preparation of the Concrete Surface

Once the concrete surface has been prepared, the epoxy coating can be applied. This is typically done in layers, with each layer requiring a certain amount of drying time before the next layer can be applied. The number of layers depends on the thickness and durability desired for the epoxy flooring. A primer is usually applied first to ensure good adhesion between the substrate and the epoxy, followed by a base layer of epoxy, and then a topcoat layer. The topcoat layer is usually clear or colored, depending on the desired finish.
Curing and Maintenance

After the epoxy coating has been applied, it needs to cure properly to achieve maximum hardness and durability. The curing time depends on various factors like temperature, humidity, and thickness of the applied coatings. During this process, it’s important to avoid any foot traffic or heavy loads on the flooring. Once the epoxy has fully cured, regular maintenance like cleaning the surface periodically, removing any debris or spills, and avoiding sharp objects or heavy equipment that may cause damage, is necessary to ensure its longevity.






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