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Garage Floor Coating Information

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    Tackling a DIY Garage Floor Project During Quarantine

    Before Renovation

     

    Like many people, John Galvin is tired of sitting at home, doing nothing. He decided to invest his time in home improvement projects, starting with a new garage floor. “With the coronavirus, our lives were just put on hold,” says Galvin, a resident of San Diego, Calif. “I decided this is the perfect time for home projects. I needed something to transform our polyaspartic flooring so I started researching polyaspartic floor coatings online.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    After renovation

    “The online reviews were very positive for ArmorThane’s ArmorFloor Industrial Strength Polyaspartic Floor Coating Kit. This was one of the easiest DIY projects I’ve ever done.”

    Garage Transformation

    ArmorFloor™ is a two-component, aliphatic polyaspartic for use in moderate to severe chemical environments in indoor or outdoor applications. Its resilience, durability, and UV resistance make it an excellent choice for a broad range of uses. Slip resistance Color Quartz or other abrasive materials may be applied. Decorative Color Chips are often used for design.

    “I wanted a finish with no hot tire pickup,” says Galvin. “Plus our three-car garage needed a transformation. We used the tan coating and added the flakes. It’s got a great finished look. In addition, it’s impressive that the surface now resists water, salt and chemicals.”

    Easy Application

    After prepping the surface, Gwinn easily rolled on one coat of the DaiHard product. The industrial-strength epoxy coating locks onto interior concrete floors with exceptional adhesion capabilities, impact and abrasion resistance.

    The low-odor, zero VOC epoxy delivers professional-grade, heavy-duty performance on all types of concrete surfaces, including garage and workshop floors, laundry rooms, basements, cellars and more.

    One Kit Does It All

    The ArmorFloor includes a cleaner to loosen dirt on the floor before applying the polyaspartic. The two parts are combined and then applied to the surface with either a roller or squeegee application. One roller-applied coat generally covers an area of 250 square feet.

    To add to the overall appearance of the finished floor coating, the kit includes optional decorative vinyl flakes that may be sprinkled onto the wet surface. A light and uniform layer of the broadcasted flakes will also create a slip-resistant floor. If desired, a second optional layer of available ArmorFloor Industrial Strength Clear Coat can also be applied over the top of the broadcasted flakes the following day for a high-gloss showroom finish and even greater durability.

     

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    • Value

      $45,000,000
    • Client

      MLC Limited
    • Architect

      Harry Seidler
    • Location

      19-29 Martin Place, Sydney
    • Floor Count

      67
    • Square Footage

      35,000