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Why Garage Floor Roll-Out Mats are a BAD IDEA!?!

Posted by Stronghold Floors Webmaster on Mar 7, 2022 2:47:12 PM

There are all sorts of garage floor solutions. Some are professional solutions, such as our decorative chip floor coatings.   Some are DIY, such as the epoxy paint kits sold at the big box stores or the snap together tiles.   But the one we would recommend the least has to be the large, rollout floor mats people use to cover their garage floors.

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Topics: Residential Flooring, Garage Floor Coatings

Professional Garage Floor Coatings – Not Just Lipstick on a Pig

Posted by Stronghold Floors Webmaster on Apr 16, 2021 1:41:56 PM

Don't just put lipstick on a pig - get a professional garage floor coating!Driving past a condo building where new siding is being applied. Since the old siding is currently removed from many areas, issues with the underlying wood are evident.

But new siding is being placed right over the damaged wood to hide the issues – no repairs are taking place before the new siding is installed. The phrase “Lipstick on a pig” immediately comes to mind.

Just superficial or cosmetic changes - not a real solution.

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Topics: Garage Floor Coatings, Garage Organization

What Makes a Professional Garage Floor Coating Last?

Posted by Stronghold Floors Webmaster on Oct 25, 2016 2:34:10 PM

Do you ever look at your garage and notice how much of a beating your concrete floor has taken over the years? Besides the ugly discolorations that motor oil and road debris have left, you can also see cracks and a few chips, too. 

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Topics: Residential Flooring, Garage Floor Coatings, Surface Preparation

Just Because You Can…

Posted by Stronghold Floors Webmaster on May 15, 2013 8:00:00 AM

Just Because You Can, Doesn’t Mean You Should.   This is a saying that I constantly reiterate to my staff and sometimes to our customers.     Usually, it’s because someone has asked us to utilize our epoxy coatings in a way that is outside of their appropriate usage model.  Or, we receive a request to install other types of concrete coatings or decorative concrete overlays that we have purposely chosen not to install.

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Topics: Residential Flooring, Commercial Flooring, Garage Floor Coatings, Basement Floor Coatings

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