We certainly can’t control the weather, especially in Michigan where they see a lot of it. When it comes to your garage floor, seasonal changes will really cause damage if you leave it unprotected or without the right protection. The owners of this lakefront home in Pinckney were fed up with their failing epoxy floor and chose Global Garage Flooring & Design of SE Michigan to help them find a solution.
Untreated concrete is susceptible to cracks as outside temperatures fluctuate. Many of our customers at Global Garage Flooring are finding that their epoxy floors are also failing, unable to withstand the elements over time. Cracked and peeling floors not only look bad, they create a safety hazard inside your home. Global Garage Floor Coatings provide maximum protection against cracks, stains and changing climate while also adding a sleek and stylish look to your home. Available in a wide variety of colors and textures, our designers and installers will work with you to create a look that complements the beauty of your home.
The installation process begins with a diamond grind that removes any existing floor coating and prepares the floor for color. Our grinding team doesn’t cut corners, the Global Garage experts know that thoroughly preparing the site will guarantee a quality finish. The next step is to add color and texture. This customer chose a gorgeous German Brown Chip that beautifully matches the exterior of their home. The final polyaspartic top coat adds a glossy shine and a polished look. Now the owners have a floor that will hold up to the different rigors that each season in Michigan presents, especially the road salt in the winter, and the anti-slip texture will come in handy when coming in wet from the lake in the summer.
Failing epoxy, cracks, pitting and stains. If these symptoms sound like your garage, it’s time to bring in the professionals at Global Garage Flooring & Design of SE Michigan. Contact our garage remodeling experts today for a free, in-home estimate. www.globalgarageflooring.com/SEMichigan.