Upgrade your residential garage flooring with durable Everlast® Epoxy
Epoxy resin flooring is a popular and practical choice for commercial garages and auto shops—and it is easy to see why: the flooring is resistant to oil, diesel, petrol, and many other chemicals that are often found in garages.
This durable flooring is also an increasingly popular flooring choice for residential garages. Homeowners across the United States are choosing to use their garage space for more than just parking their vehicle, often utilizing the space as a workshop, home gym, or transforming the area into a home office.
However you decide to use your garage, Everlast® Epoxy flooring is rapidly becoming one of the most sought-after flooring systems on the market, and here’s a rundown of why that is.
Antimicrobial properties and easy to clean
The Everlast® Epoxy flooring system contains an antimicrobial component that is designed to restrict the growth of microorganisms and provide your floor with ongoing protection against bacteria, making your garage a safe place in which to spend your time.
All our residential garage flooring is seamless too, so there are no joints, cracks, or spaces for bacteria or debris to hide in. This seamless design offers maximum protection with minimum maintenance—life is too short to be spent maintaining your garage floor!
In fact, keeping the garage floor clean is fast and easy with our epoxy flooring system—no backbreaking scrubbing or buffing needed! Epoxy floors are nonporous, so wet tires, spills, and grime are easily removed simply using detergent, hot water, and a squeegee. For those times your garage floor needs a thorough, deep clean, Everlast® Epoxy floors are tough enough to withstand a good pressure washing.
Durable residential garage flooring
Garage floors are often exposed to oils, brake fluids, solvents, and paint spills, so the surface needs to be tough enough to hold up under a lot of wear and tear.
Everlast® Epoxy flooring systems have been designed to provide the resilience that professional auto technicians demand—it’s durable enough to withstand impact, fluids, and strong chemicals without damaging the surface, making it an ideal choice for a home garage too.
Slip-resistant floors to keep families safe
Our epoxy floor has a textured surface, created by the marble chips used in the manufacturing process, which makes it slip resistant, even in wet conditions. This helps to keep families safe and minimizes the risk of a trip or fall when entering the garage in adverse weather conditions.
Another lesser-known safety advantage of installing epoxy on a garage floor is that it increases visibility inside the garage due to the light-reflective nature of the floor, which can help reduce lighting costs.
Choose an epoxy flooring system for your garage that’s fast to install
Garages are an integral part of everyday life, so to be unable to use the space while waiting for a new flooring system to be installed, cured, and ready for use can be very inconvenient.
Everlast® Epoxy is fast and easy to install, as it’s pourable, trowelable, and can be installed over concrete, wood, tile, and most other types of existing garage flooring—and the best part? It can be ready for use in just 24 hours.
Good-looking garage flooring
For a garage floor that looks as good as it performs, Everlast® Epoxy flooring ticks all the boxes and is available in a range of over 50 colors, designed to add a flawless shine to your residential garage floor.
Our wide array of colors and designs allow homeowners to upgrade a plain concrete garage floor and improve the look of their home.
New floors or retrofit floors—our garage flooring experts can help
Our experienced installers are highly experienced in laying brand new garage floors or retrofitting an epoxy system to an existing floor. To find out more about our epoxy resin residential garage floor solutions, contact us for friendly advice.
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