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Concrete Floor Coatings

Picture your dream garage.

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Whether you’re refinishing a beautiful workspace or preserving a luxury car showroom, Garage Rehab Group will exceed your expectations. With customized options and speedy turnaround, we are Middle Tennessee’s superior floor coating provider.

Stain & Seal Flake Flooring

Say goodbye to traditional Epoxy garage flooring

When it comes to garage floors, plain concrete just doesn’t cut it anymore. It’s important to invest in a poly-based or polyurethane/epoxy-based coating not only for aesthetics, but for practicality as well. These coatings are much stronger and more durable than plain concrete, providing resistance to chemicals, oil, and other substances that may harm your garage floor. Not to mention, they are also more resistant to chipping, scratching, and some coatings help block UV rays. Keep your garage floors looking as pristine as the day they were installed.

The Installation Process

The installation of a high-quality garage floor coating requires the services of a professional. However, after it is installed, routine maintenance is relatively easy and straightforward. Here’s what you can expect:

After our initial consultation, we’ll help you identify which garage floor coating is best for you depending on your specifications and usage requirements. Once we’ve created the plan for your space, we’ll get to work. Here’s what you can expect on our installations.

Prep the surface

Repair any damage

Prime the floor

Apply the desired flooring

Seal it with the most suited topcoat

What About Maintenance?

These innovative surfaces are stronger and more durable than virtually any other type of flooring on the market, which means that they can withstand a significant amount of wear and tear over time. However, even the most well-built floor coatings require some maintenance in order to keep them looking and performing their best. By following just a few simple steps, you can ensure your flooring stays in top shape for years to come, no matter how much use it sees on a daily basis. Much like tires on a car, there’s not an exact expected lifespan for floor coatings, but we can help you predict when maintenance or replacement will be needed.

Maintenance Tips:

Regularly Sweep or Vacuum

Mop Regularly With a pH-Neutral Detergent

Spot-Clean Stains Immediately

Avoid Abrasive Cleaners

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