Our Most Commonly Asked Questions
Q. HOW LONG CAN A WELL-INSTALLED EPOXY FLOORING SYSTEM LAST?
A. Epoxy floor coating technology has improved dramatically over the last 20 years, so the answer today is much longer than that of 10 years ago. When you do a Do It Yourself kit, most people think they're saving money, and that is just not the case. When an epoxy floor system is not installed professionally by experienced installers, you spend more money on repairs and replacements every 5 to 10 years. However, when you choose to have your epoxy flooring system professionally installed, you have a durable, resistant, and beautiful floor that lasts for 20 or more years. An investment that is more than worth it considering the resistance these floors have to all types of damages.
Q. WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF GARAGE EPOXY FLOORING?
A. An epoxy flooring system has become one of the hottest trends taking over residential, commercial, and industrial spaces because of the beautiful aesthetic finishes and its incredible ability to resist even the strongest of damages. An epoxy floors durability is meant to last over 20 years which means you save way more money than you spend on the floors. Also, when your floor is not easily worn down you have more time and energy to focus on your business. When you install an epoxy floor you are dedicating yourself to less time spent cleaning it. These floors do not require heavy physical labor to keep clean and are easily maintained. Aesthetically, epoxy floors are extremely elegant with a shine that brightens any room or garage they are installed in. They are also chemically resistant, so if you install them in any type of industrial or garage setting you don't have to worry about chemicals penetrating the surface and damaging your concrete. Epoxy floor coatings are also one of the safest choices you can make when installing a new floor. They are slip resistant, they regulate temperature, and even have qualities to resist fires.
Q. WHERE CAN EPOXY FLOORING BE APPLIED?
A. To be honest, epoxy floors can be used in countless places. Some of the most important are retail shops/areas because of the floors ability to resist wear and tear from high foot traffic areas. They are also popular in hospital, clinics, and food & beverage settings because they are easily cleaned and maintained. If you're in an area that needs to be kept up to health regulations and are in need of a floor that doesn't absorb spilled liquids, an epoxy floor is your rock star. Next, all types of garages, such as, residential, commercial, and industrial. Packaging and chemical plants find epoxy floors useful because of their durability and commercial/residential garages love epoxy floor systems because of their forgiving surface being easier on machinery and vehicles. Essentially, anywhere you're thinking of epoxy floor, is probably a good choice. Speaking to a professional is always the best way to find out for sure.
Q. WHY IS EPOXY FLOORING BETTER THAN TRADITIONAL CONCRETE FLOORING?
A. Epoxy flooring as unique advantages over traditional concrete flooring, like being able to be the solution for cracked, stained, or damaged concrete. That ability alone allows you to elongate the life of your current concrete without having to pour a brand-new slab. Brightness in the room where an epoxy flooring system is applied is said to double the amount of brightness that a traditional concrete floor could offer. Epoxy floors are also water resistant, which means the most common element found in and around any business will not damage your floors if something like a leak or spill were to get out of hand. Traditional floors are best for low amounts of uses where epoxy floors are ready to handle anything you throw at them.
Q. HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO INSTALL A GARAGE EPOXY FLOOR?
A. This answer has many different variables that could have an effect on the "right" answer. Depending on how large the garage is, if there are multiple cars, and what kind of climate the installer will be working in can drastically change the amount of time it takes for an epoxy floor to dry. So, on average it can take up to 72 hours for the full process to be completed; however, speak to the professional installing your floors to learn more about when the right time is to bring in vehicles and machinery.
Q. WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF EPOXY FLOORING?
There are several different epoxy floor coatings for all of your desires!
100% Epoxy coatings
Metallic Epoxy flooring
Whatever your vision is for your floors, Bruza Liquid Floors can help. With many different options, all of the epoxy floor systems are beneficial. Give us a call today at 843-999-0099 or fill out our contact form to have one of our representatives get in touch with you immediately.