Our epoxy flake coating starts with thorough preparation by grinding then shot blasting the concrete. Grinding removes any surface deposits and roughs up the concrete surface. Shot blasting is a process whereby a machine shoots tiny metals balls into the concrete creating small pores all over the concrete. By the time the epoxy basecoat is applied the concrete surface will make an extremely tight bond to the same. While the epoxy basecoat is wet vinyl chips of various colors are tossed in. When the epoxy dries the chips are blown off, and the surface is scraped to a desired texture. Last urethane is applied for a chemical-resistant, UV proof industrial coating. The chips provide an extra layer of strength as well providing a long lasting enduring coating. Other companies use epoxy finishes to save money rather than urethanes which will only yellow over time with sunlight. Supremecrete’s main goal is to provide customer satisfaction by providing a long lasting coating that does not lose its strength. If you live in Van Wert, Ohio; St. Mary’s, Ohio; Celina, Ohio; Sidney, Ohio; Dayton, Ohio or anywhere in between call Supremecrete for your garage floor epoxy coating estimate today. (more…)
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Saturday, 23 August 2014
The before and after picture says it all. Graniflex is a perfect concrete coating to rid oneself of a nasty looking concrete patio in exchange for a sparkling design. SupremeCrete installed this coating in a single day, no mess, no hassle, and no worries just a nice concrete finish where an eye-sore once was. Call for your Graniflex restoration job today from Toledo, Ohio; Defiance, Ohio; Bryan, Ohio; Wapakoneta, OH and more.
Friday, 22 August 2014