14 May 2019

Epoxy Flooring for Commercial and Residential Garages

Whether it’s a residential or commercial garage, epoxy floors are an ideal go-to. With a tough, durable finish, our epoxy will instantly transform your floors into sleek, professional and functional floors that last.

And with garages coming to be increasingly more leisure in the last few years, our floorings have turned into one of the most popular solutions on the marketplace. You don’t just park your cars and truck in your garage– life occurs in your garage. Here are some reasons why epoxy is the way to go…


Looks Great, Really Feels Good

With many shades as well as a host of custom-made styling options, there’s no question you’ll find the perfect floor for your garage in our collection. Choose from many color options.

Durable & Long-Lasting

There’s a reason so many homeowners and business owners choose epoxy flooring for their garages; epoxy has unparalleled durability to stains and surface abrasions, the secret? Our epoxy flooring uses polyurea which has been utilized for over 25 years in industrial applications such as pipe/pipeline coatings, tank linings, water treatment plants, manholes, sewer linings and automotive fascia OEM molded parts.

This process ensures garage flooring won’t peel or crack like quartz broadcast floors or traditional epoxy floor paints. Our epoxy flooring isn’t hard or brittle like traditional epoxy options. Instead, our floors have the durability and flexibility customers demand, enabling them to retain their like-new appearance for years after installation. Unlike wood, tile or carpet, our floors can accommodate a high volume of daily foot traffic without showing signs of age.

Easy to Clean & Maintain

Hate scrubbing or power washing your garage floors? We hear you—and epoxy flooring is the ultimate easy-to-clean solution. With a mop and detergent, you can quickly clean garage floors in minutes. Because our surfaces are non-porous, grime and dirt can’t seep in— that’s, often, what makes garage floors so hard to effectively clean.

In areas where the floor is exposed to chemicals, layer in a deck brush, then rinse off the detergent thoroughly on a daily basis. And if you want to power wash your floors? Epoxy flooring can stand up to the challenge.

Call to upgrade your garage; you’ll be happy you did!!  Our team of experts are  standing by to review options and schedule installation fast.

09 Jul 2016

How to maintain and clean my stone?

So if your like everyone who has had a new stone floor, counter or shower installed, you have no idea how to properly clean it! you have heard vinegar has 101 uses on pinterest, you have heard baking soda and the tears of a newborn baby will work, you may have even heard goji berries mixed with fiji water will be the best! okay maybe not all of those.

Well the good news is we will make it very easy for you to maintain your stone floor or counter!

First things first, you will need a small science background to understand all this. Remember stone is strong but delicate. If you have ever heard of a ph scale that’s good because acid chemicals anything from a 1-5 ph can hurt your stone, and alkiline anything from a 9-14 ph can also hurt your stone. Remember if you do hurt or damage your stone its not too big of a deal just call us or email us and we can walk you thru how to fix it. No stone is unfix-able 99.9% of the time!

Okay so back to ph levels. the cleaners you want to use that are safe for any stone would be in the 6-8 ph range, (7 is perfect) A neutral cleaner is best for the safety of your stone. Some cleaners i recommend are http://www.stoneproonline.com/product/crystal-clean-daily-stone-cleaner and http://www.stoneproonline.com/product/finishing-touch-spray-granite-cleaner-protector-and-polish for stone counters.

Even at home depot you can find some good products, the main issue i find people doing is using glass cleaner with ammonia in it or using clr/ lime away to remove hard water spots on shower doors when they have a stone floor in there, this basically removes all sealers and polish from the stone. There are safe cleaners for hard water stains like stone scrub http://www.stoneproonline.com/product/stone-and-glass-scrub-hard-water-deposit-remover

If you have any trouble finding the products i mentioned just shoot us an email or phone call and we can help you get them!

Maybe your wondering how a neutral cleaner can kill bacteria? Your right in asking that because it cant, the good news is Microfiber rags and flat mop pads actually trap bacteria in the fibers. So any damp Microfiber is actually trapping your bacteria in them. Seems a little scary to believe because we have always known that you have to use bleach or disinfectant to kill bacteria’s. which is true, Microfibers are not killing anything but they do trap the bacteria in them, and after you wash them with  hot water and soap then your bacteria is killed and run down the drain.

I hope this helps in your stone care, if you have any questions please reach out to us!



How to maintain your stone?
How to maintain your stone?
How to maintain your stone
How to maintain your stone?