Are you looking to upgrade your garage floor? Maybe you aren’t aware of the options available to you—many people might assume that plain concrete is the obvious option, but this isn’t necessarily the case.

Depending on what you use your garage for, a floor coating in your garage could be hugely beneficial for a number of different reasons.

But what kinds of coatings are available and what is best for you? You’re in the right place to find out, so keep reading as we look at the benefits of a garage floor coating, and specifically, our polyurea coatings.

1. A Garage Floor Coating Is Durable

Uncovered or uncoated concrete might do the job for someone who barely uses a garage, or uses it for storage only.

But for those of us who see a garage as a haven or an escape, a place where you can work and play, you’re going to need something more.

Concrete can be scratched, chipped, and cracked. Over time, this can look unsightly. A polyurea coating will protect your concrete from impact and damage.

A second coat will also prevent moisture from getting into the concrete and causing cracks.

2. Make It Your Own

One of the best things about a polyurea floor coating is the personalization options.

Our full-chip system alone has over 30 color options, or if you want a more solid color across the whole floor, there is a full range of colors that will suit every style.

For a premium look, a metallic system is a fantastic option.

3. Safety

Damaged or uncoated concrete is unsafe concrete. Cracks on the surface are a trip hazard, and dusty floors bring a danger of slipping.

A polyurea coating is anti-slip and is far easier to keep clean floors because it’s a smooth, flat surface as opposed to the grainy and uneven surface you get from concrete.

4. Stain Resistant

Not only are concrete coatings durable, but they are also resistant to stains.

People use garages for a huge range of things, from storing and working on cars, to exercising, to painting and decorating… the list goes on!

Whatever it is you use your garage for, you can rest assured that your flooring will resist what you throw at it (literally!)

In addition, common epoxy floorings are susceptible to yellowing from exposure to the sun—this is not the case with polyurea coatings.

5. Add Value to Your Home

Any home renovation can add value to your home, and this includes upgraded garage flooring.

You might not see the same return on your investment as you’d see from an extension or kitchen renovation, but it’s still a worthwhile home improvement if you plan to sell further down the line.

Could You Benefit From a Garage Floor Coating?

If you spend any reasonable amount of time in your garage, a floor coating is worth considering.

With improved aesthetics, safety, durability, and ease of maintenance, it’s well worth the investment.

If you’d like more information about our professional floor work, don’t hesitate to contact us or browse the website to learn more.