At SUNDEK of San Antonio, we have been installing coatings on garage floors in both residences and commercial spaces for more than 30 years. We’d love to help make your garage floor durable and beautiful.
What is the best coating for a garage floor?
We recommend either epoxy or polyaspartic coatings. These coatings can withstand a lot of wear and tear. They’re also non-porous, so it’s easy to wipe up spills—everything ranging from water to oil—and they resist damage from moisture.
SUNDEK garage floor coatings
SUNDEK has several options for garage floor coatings.
SunEpoxy54 (epoxy): This product is perfect for spaces like residential garage floors or locations where light manufacturing occurs.
SunEpoxy100 (epoxy): This product is good for spaces that see a lot of traffic and experience heavy manufacturing.
SunOne (polyaspartic): This product is for customers who need a quick turnaround time. Even though a job can be completed quickly with SunOne, it’s still extremely durable.
SunMetal (used with any of the products list above): This product can be used to create a smooth finish that can be made to look like marble, moon craters, or a lava lamp.
With the variety of colors, patterns, and textures, there are many design options available. We recommend looking at pictures of other garage floors online so you can get an idea of what you’d like. Let us know what you have in mind, and we’ll make it happen. If you’re not sure what design to choose, we can help with that, too!
Can a damaged garage floor be resurfaced?
Yes! In addition to doing concrete resurfacing, we are experts in concrete repair. Here are some common garage floor problems:
- Dusting: This happens when powder builds up on top of a hardened concrete slab, and it’s often caused by a large amount of traffic. The problem can also be caused by concrete that wasn’t mixed properly (when curing doesn’t happen the way it’s supposed to, it can lead to a soft concrete surface).
- Spalling (also known as scaling): Spalling concrete is flaky and rough. Minor spalling causes cosmetic problems, while major spalling causes structural problems. If not addressed appropriately, slabs of concrete might separate from each other, creating a serious damage to your home or garage.
- Cracking: Cracks range from minor, hairline fractures to wide and large problematic gaps. Cracks occur due to a variety of things, including the way the concrete was poured. For example, there could have been excess water in the concrete mix, it might have dried too rapidly, there could be lack of control joints when poured, and more.
SUNDEK of San Antonio can resolve all of these issues, plus more. We’ll also analyze the damage to determine how to prevent it from happening again.
Maintaining a garage floor
Having an epoxy or polyaspartic coating makes your garage floor simple and straightforward to clean. Since the surface is non-porous, it’s easy to wipe up spills. General maintenance includes sweeping or hosing the surface off every few weeks to keep it free of dirt and other debris. Your installer will fill you in on exactly how to care for your floor, but you can also learn more about maintaining a SUNDEK surface here.
You can also read about tire marks on your garage floor.
Contact us to get started on your garage floor!
Call us: (210) 491-0280
Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
We work in all the major cities in the area including San Antonio, New Braunfels, Boerne, Shavano Park, Fair Oaks Ranch, Helotes, Cibolo, Garden Ridge, Schertz, Castle Hills, Hollywood Park, Canyon Lake, Bulverde, Spring Branch, Terrell Hills, and the surrounding areas.