Final advice on epoxy covering
When purchasing your floor coating of choice, it’s very important to make sure that you have enough to cover the whole garage floor. This is especially true if you elect not to apply a primer coat. Some concrete slabs can be quite more porous than others and soak up more or the coating than estimated in the first coat. This doesn’t take into account what remains behind in the mixing bucket as well as the individual A and B containers.
We like to follow the rule of 10%. Once you figure out your square footage, add 10% to that number (up to 1000 sf.) to come up with the amount of square footage you need to coat for your garage floor.
While a garage floor coating can easily be applied in smaller sections with one person, we highly recommend using two people for installation. It reduces mistakes from rushing and you can coat the average 2-car garage floor (not including stem walls) in less than an hour with 2 mixed batches.
Learning how to apply epoxy to a garage floor isn’t hard once you understand the finer points of the application process and all your questions are answered. Get your game plan written out if necessary before you start and ensure all your tools are available and ready to go.
Horizon Epoxy Floor, as a company of many years of experience in this field, has been doing the best to make the customers happy and satisfied. In case you are interested or you have any question we will be highly glad to hear from you.