First, we need to state the obvious: polyaspartic coatings are the ideal choice for garage floors! Bare concrete floors are strong, but this strength only goes so far, especially in a garage environment.
When exposed to the elements, concrete constantly experiences fluctuations in temperature and humidity. The presence or absence of moisture can cause the concrete to expand and contract, creating various cracks throughout the surface. While these cracks are simply cosmetic defects, no one wants to see cracks in their flooring.
Garage floors are also subjected to regular pressure from vehicle traffic, foot traffic, road salts, heavy impacts, corrosive chemicals, and many other forms of wear and tear. It is no wonder that the concrete begins to break down without protection.
Polyaspartic coatings allow you to prevent damage to your flooring. As one of the strongest flooring materials on the market, it defends the underlying concrete from virtually any incoming damage. It can even fill in existing cracks during installation, restoring and upgrading in one swift motion.
Now that we have “covered” garage flooring, we can move on to lesser-known applications.