There is no one size fits all option when it comes to the process of installing floor coatings. Every floor is different in how it needs to be prepared and how the coating can be applied, and every customer wants something different, in type, style, color, and more. Because of this, Surface Bella Garage Floor Coatings offers personalized custom floor coatings in order to meet your specific needs, requirements, and wants.
Our floor coatings come in a wide variety of colors and styles to give you a beautiful floor that will also perform exceptionally well. Our floor coatings are made to be strong, durable, slip-resistant, and damage-resistant. We don’t just want your floors to look good – we help them function their best. Because of this, our products are cost-effective and will improve the value of your home. With all the benefits floor coatings can provide you, they pay for themselves.
Here’s what you need to know about the process behind installing those pristine, new, high-quality floor coatings of yours.
Before we can apply a floor coating, we need to prepare your floor so the coating can adhere to it. We do this by using shot-blasting or diamond-grinding techniques, sometimes combining them. We hook our grinders up to vacuum systems in order to minimize the amount of dust generated.
If your concrete has cracks, dips, or other such damages, adding a coating on top won’t help. We restore your concrete by filling in cracks and smoothing out the surface before we apply the floor coatings.
Base Coat + Chip
After preparing and potentially restoring your concrete floor, we mix and apply the base coat to it. Right after applying the base coat, we move on to the chips, in order to add color and texture to the floor coating.
While we wait for the base coat to cure, we set up for the next part of the process, which typically takes about an hour.
After the base coat has finished curing, we scrape and vacuum the floor to remove any residual flakes or chips that are vertical or loose.
The last part of the process is applying the top coat, which is what will ensure that your floor coating will be able to resist damage and UV rays.