Garage floor coatings


Pete applying Epoxy.

Our Industrial Coating Epoxy is a 2-Component, Cycloaliphatic, Chemical Resistant, 100% Solids Epoxy with Superior Adhesion Technology to concrete.

It is resistant to a broad range of chemicals including but not limited to: caustic, acids, fuels and solvents. And, it is a low-odor system. This epoxy is an excellent choice for using vinyl chips on Shop floors, Commercial usage, warehouses and areas where commercial machinery like forklifts is used.


  • Versatile cement usage in Industrial, Pharmaceutical, Food & Beverage, Commercial and Residential applications
  • Absorption Technology – complete job in two days
  • Accepts Heavy Industrial Forklift traffic in 24 hours after job completion
  • Superior Performance
  • Stain, Oils & Chemical Resistant
  • Durable – ideal for Industrial Manufacturing Traffic Environments
  • Stops Hot Tire Pick-up
  • U.V. Light Resistant
  • Simi-gloss finish
  • Low Odor
  • Complies with FDA Standards for floor coatings


Our Polyaspartic Industrial Coating product is a 2-Component, High-Performance coating with a gloss finish which yields a Resilient, U. V. Stable and Abrasion Resistant film with very good chemical spill properties.

It is an excellent coating system for broadcasting Vinyl Chips and for fast return situations like; Residential, Retail, Commercial or industrial environments that demand color stability and durability.


  • Fast Return-to-service – complete job done in one day
  • Superior Performance
  • Gloss finish
  • U.V. Light Resistant
  • Resistant to stains & chemicals
  • Meets FDA & USDA standards for flooring
  • Durable & Abrasion Resistant
  • Hot Tire Pick-up Resistant
  • Low Odor
Diamond grinding machine.
Mike Rowe of Dirty Jobs said, “when doing a job, you can be too slow or too fast or you can do it just right!”
Our vacuum collected 23 pounds of the cement’s surface from 651 sq. ft. garage floor.


This picture shows a brick placed on a cement slab coated with our Epoxy. After it dried, we used a mallet to break the adhesion between the brick and slab. It took four hard hits before the brick broke loose. What were the results? Look at the bottom of the brick; you’ll see that our Epoxy actually soaked into the cement, thus creating a bond so tight that the slab’s cement stuck to the brick. WOW!

Why? Because of Industrial’s Epoxy “Absorption Technology”

Both the Polyaspartic and Epoxy were independently tested for strength and durability.  The results for cement adhesion strength test showed the Polyaspartic eventually failed and broke loose from the cement.  But the epoxy did not break away, the cement failed.  In other words, the epoxy’s absorption technology permanently locks into the cement.


We offer flake sizes from 1/16” to 1” and have more than 80 color choices. Take it to the next level and create your own custom color combination to match your home or style. Special ordered flakes can take up to 7 to 12 working days to produce and have shipped to us.

These 12 top-selling colors are in stock and ready to go:


We love our garage floor!

Rated 5.0 out of 5
July 27, 2022

We are so glad we had our garage floor coated! It is so amazing. Our painter dripped paint and it wiped right up. It took only one and a half days and Robert and Pete were wonderful to work with.

Margaret S