Top 5 Reasons Polyurethane Floor Coating Is A Great Option

reasons polyurethane floor coating

Polyurethane floor coating is the most popular choice for flooring because it can provide long-lasting, durable, high performance, and protection against moisture and dirt. With a polyurethane coating, your floors will stay cleaner longer than other types of floor coating. Polyurethane coatings are also scratch-resistant and highly resistant to water spots, stains, and other damage.  […]

Attractive Everlasting Waterproof Garage Flooring Done Right

waterproof garage flooring

Did you know that more homeowners are beautifying their garages? It may be where the car is parked and holiday decorations are stored. But, decorating your garage is one way to enjoy the space more. However, beautifying the garage floor can also include waterproofing it. Doing this adds so much more to your garage; you […]

Concrete Flooring That Looks Like Wood

Concrete flooring looks like wood

In the Twin Cities and other areas of Minnesota, they talk a lot about concrete flooring and how it creates a mood for a room. It can be a cost-effective move to decorate your concrete floors rather than replace them altogether. Wood-stamped concrete and other designs are trendy to make a basement your new den […]

When is it Time To Resurface Your Garage Floor?

Resurfacing your garage floor

A garage floor withstands the worst of the endless parade of vehicles, equipment, pets, and people that stomp over its surface for years. This constant abuse will eventually lead to a garage floor that is damaged, stained, worn, or ugly. However, it doesn’t have to remain in this condition. Garage floor resurfacing is a viable option for […]

The 8 Benefits Of A Polished Concrete Garage Floor

benefits of polished garage floor

Many folks don’t think much of their garage floor until it’s in dire need of repair. Cost is often a deciding factor to repairs or a remodel of the concrete floor. It is important to also consider the benefits of going a step further and choosing polished concrete. Before you make any decision, here is […]

Guide To Maintaining Stained Concrete Floors

polished concrete with light reflection

The condition of your floor says a lot about your home or business. There are some easy ways to maintain concrete floors which start right after they are finished. Most issues occur with concrete stains soon after they are installed. Here’s what we recommend: Stained Concrete Floor Maintenance There’s nothing worse than getting your nice, […]

How to Use Self-Leveling Epoxy

Are your concrete floors cracking more often lately? Maybe the cracks are growing, and pieces of concrete are starting to come up. You may have heard of self-leveling epoxy and have wondered what it is used for? Well, it’s to rescue the concrete floors that are damaged. What Is Self-Leveling Epoxy? Self-leveling epoxy is designed […]

Concrete Flooring That Looks Like Rustic Wood

concrete wood floors

In the Twin Cities and other areas of Minnesota, they talk a lot about concrete flooring and how it creates a mood for a room. It can be a cost-effective move to decorate your concrete floors rather than replacing them altogether. Wood-stamped concrete and other designs are trendy to make a basement your new den […]

Expert Guide To Maintaining Polished Concrete Floors

Maintaining Polished Concrete Floors

While polished concrete is often sold as a ultra durable, no maintenance flooring option, it technically needs to have a guard and burnish application at least once a year. Polished concrete is susceptible to salt damage and staining. A quality guard will help prevent that. We have sealed thousands of floors over the last 7 […]

The Difference Between a Full Epoxy Flake Broadcast and Partial broadcast

The Difference Between a Full Epoxy Flake Broadcast and Partial broadcast

The epoxy flake full broadcast (or a “full broadcast”) is commonly considered the best method for applying epoxy flakes so they are smooth across the epoxy floor. This method of application involves broadcasting epoxy over a wet base coat using flaked epoxy until there is no more of the base, then scraping and vacuuming up […]