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

Asbestos in Your Home and What You Can Do

Posted by Mike Mincemoyer on Jan 19, 2021 12:50:04 PM

asbestos tile & masticHow often do you consider the hazards that could be present within your own home? Gases and substances like radon, carbon monoxide, lead paint, and mold continue to plague homes across the country and the world alike. These hazards can cause serious, ongoing health issues for the people exposed. In order to prevent future exposure to you and your loved ones, education on these dangers is paramount.

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

4 Health Hazards in Your Home and How to Protect Yourself

Posted by Redfin on Nov 19, 2019 12:48:56 PM

mold wall inside homeYour home should be a safe and healthy refuge for the entire family. While you may be diligent about minimizing your exposure to household chemicals, there may be other substances causing health threats throughout your home. To protect yourself and your loved ones, beware of the following home health hazards:

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Topics: Garage Floor Coatings, Basement Floor Coatings

Grinding vs. Shot Blasting: How we prep before epoxy floor coatings

Posted by Mike Mincemoyer on Jul 10, 2018 4:18:00 PM

Our HTC diamond grinders

One of the defining factors in professionally applied garage floor coatings is the surface preparation.  While DIY kits are often applied after just broom cleaning or acid etching the concrete, professional coatings are generally applied after mechanically diamond grinding or shot blasting the concrete floor surface.  So which surface preparation process do we use and why?

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Topics: Commercial Flooring, Garage Floor Coatings, Surface Preparation

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