Lifetime Epoxy Floors; Buy or Building a New Home? We have a Garage Floor Plan Designed Especially For You!
Learn about our D-A-C, "Day After Closing" Program
By Nick Dixon, Owner of Lifetime Epoxy Floors
We would love to give your garage a total new look with our floor coating. Many people ask how the process goes. Here are the steps below. If you have any questions, feel free to call 1-800-214-4311. Our owner, Nick, will be glad to answer any questions you have.
Remember, we repair cracks, coat stem or knee walls and we grind every square inch of every floor we do.
Here is the timeline of a purchase from us:
Step 1 - Get a free quote and consultation.
Step 2 - 30% Deposit is paid and you go on our install schedule. If you are a DAC or day after closing install, there is a chance it will be bumped because your closing is rescheduled. That’s not a problem. We deal with that often.
Step 3 - 3 Days before your scheduled install Trey, our GM, will call you to discuss weather, the assigned crew and crew chief and their ETA. Make sure the surface is totally dry when they arrive. There is no need to clean, sweep, or mop your floor. And definitely DO NOT power-wash the surface.
Step 4 - Crew arrives on your install day. Crew chief answers any questions you might have. Should they leave to go to lunch, he will communicate with you.
Step 4a - Crew chief gives you the Customer Service Pack. Inside is your written lifetime warranty, floor care and maintenance sheet and your final invoice for the balance to be paid to the crew when they finish.
Step 5 - The crew finishes your job. The Crew Chief will notify you when they are done, he will collect the final payment and he will give you instructions on what to do and what not to do while the floor cures.
Step 6 - Let the floor cure 24 hours before you walk on it.
Step 7 - Wait at least 72 hours after the crew leaves before you drive, park or bring freezers and refrigerators and such back onto the surface.
After that you are good to go and enjoy your beautiful new floor for ever! It will be super easy to clean and the texture will be much safer when the surface is wet.
Let’s get Step 1 done, call 1-800-314-4311 or visit http://www.LifetimeEpoxyFloors.com to learn more or to get a free estimate. At the website we have Free Estimate Contact Forms in every page. Simply find one, put your name, phone number, and zip code. We will call you and schedule an estimate as soon as possible.
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By Expert Author: Edward Winslow
Plain concrete garage floors absorb stains and attract dirt from car tires and other activities. Over time, the garage floor becomes impossible to clean. The shortcomings of a concrete floor can be eliminated by applying floor epoxy coatings to the entire surface. New and old garage floors are transformed through the correct application of advanced epoxy products. Dozens of options are available for the person with a desire to extend the living space of the home into the garage.
Design Options for the Garage Floor
Simple design options, such as plain gray, are available for the individual seeking a subtle approach to sealing the floor. Colored base epoxy can be enhanced with multicolor flecks that offer an appearance similar to terrazzo or granite. The floor can be designed to look like the grid of a tile floor for a more formal feel. Diagonal designs remove the boxy appearance in the large garage space.
Impact resistance is important for a long-lasting floor. Hard epoxy surfaces are created with color flakes, various textures or plain epoxy designs are used on the garage floor. Quartz floors are another option created by the use of multicolored aggregates combined with 100-percent-solids epoxy. Quartz provides higher impact resistance for floors that incur a great deal of use.
Design for the garage floor epoxy coatings might simply match the color of the house exterior. Another approach might be to use textures and flecks in the epoxy that will hide imperfections in the floor surface. Sealants will allow all imperfections to show through, but textured epoxy creates a new surface. Close evaluation of the existing floor will enable the owner to determine the best design approach. Design variations provide different levels of coverage.
Trends for the Garage Floor
In the not-too-distant past, a private garage was a basic storage area for the family car, which sat on a plain concrete or dirt floor. Twenty-first century garages are extensions of the living area that some owners want to become a complement the design of the house. Organized shops need a floor that is resistant to cracks and dings that can attract and trap dirt, which is tracked into the house. Floor epoxy coatings have become part of the attractive color and design choices
that add to the appeal of the house.
People living in the Southwestern United States were first to extend the living space into the garage. Now, the trend has spread to the Southeast. Mild weather offers many opportunities to move the cars outside and have a large, covered area to entertain family and friends. Epoxy coating trends create the impression that the garage is clean and healthy for people to gather. Once the contents of the garage have been organized on shelves and in cabinets, the next step is to cover the floor with a coating that improves the appearance. Use of the garage becomes central to many aspects of life since the floor covering is visually striking. People feel welcome in a clean environment that is attractive and fun.
Color Selection for the Floor
Floor coatings are available in colors that will complement or contrast any house color. Basic gray, beige or ivory can be enhanced with color flakes to add interest. Red, green, blue and yellow are striking options for those with bolder tastes. Countless colors are available for use on the garage floor. Any combination of colors will create designs that resemble tile or carpet that would be used inside the home. Each time the garage door is opened, the owner sees a striking space that is an extension of the home.
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Want Your Garage Floor to be Easy to Clean? Here's the best option, Epoxy Flooring.
A bare concrete floor is a lot of work. It can get stained. Dirt and debris get into cracks. Even sweeping takes forever because of all that dust. That’s why epoxy flooring is such an amazing solution for your garage or basement. What are the benefits of epoxy?
Forget About Stains With Epoxy
One of the advantages of epoxy flooring is that it doesn’t stain. In the garage, that’s a major benefit.
Does your vehicle leak oil sometimes? With epoxy, it doesn’t matter. You just grab a paper towel and wipe up the leak. That’s great for people who like to do their own oil changes at home or perform other work in the garage.
Clean Up Dirt and Dust Quickly
Epoxy flooring is seamless. That means it doesn’t have any cracks. Many homeowners can’t believe how much time epoxy saves you when cleaning. There’s nowhere for dirt and dust to hide, so a simple broom or dust mop can clean an epoxy basement floor in seconds.
Unlike concrete, epoxy doesn’t absorb water or other liquids. If you want to use a garden hose in your garage to quickly spray off the floor or wash your vehicle, go right ahead! You can also mop an epoxy basement for extra shine.
Prevent Moisture Problems With Epoxy Flooring
Basement and garage moisture is often a problem for concrete floors. When you install epoxy, you can rest easy. Epoxy can help prevent mold and other moisture problems. There are anti-slip options for good traction around rain or melting snow.
Give Your Garage, Bathroom or Basement Amazing Style
You have endless customization options when choosing epoxy flooring. Epoxy can have different colors for extra style, including metallic or flake coatings for a stone floor look.
If you perform work in your garage, such as tinkering with a hotrod, a thicker coating can stand up better to tools. Professionals can help you select the right thickness.
Nick Dixon Jr.
Owner of Lifetime Epoxy Floors and Garage Shapeups, LLC of Boaz Alabama.
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