Features Overview

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The demand for this type of floor coating has become more and more popular with residential homeowners to protect and beautify their garage floors. Here are just some of the benefits of a professionally installed epoxy floor:

  • Adds value to your home by protecting and extending the life of your garage floor.
  • Epoxy coatings will resist the penetration of most chemicals, solvents, oils and hot tire marks.
  • Easy to clean which means less dirt brought into your home.
  • Low VOC and slip-resistant for added safety.
  • A variety  of colors and textures to customize your floor.
  • Limited lifetime warranty.

Most wallcovering can be removed with one of the following methods:

1. Dry stripped
2. Professional steamer
3. Hot water and a stripping agent

The method used to remove the wallcovering depends on the type of wallcovering being removed and whether the walls were properly prepared when the wallcovering was originally hung. A good wall primer should have been applied prior to wallcovering installation in order to protect the drywall. Without a good wall primer, the drywall is left unprotected which allows the adhesive being used to penetrate or bury itself into the first couple of layers of the drywall. In this case, any type of wallcovering removal will most likely cause a extensive amount of drywall damage and may be more cost effective to paint over the wallcovering rather than attempt to remove it. The preference is to remove the wallcovering whenever possible. However, there are some types of wallcovering that cannot be painted over.

If the choice is to paint over the wallcovering, there are certain steps that should be taken to ensure a professional looking job at the completion of the painting process. First, any loose areas should be removed. These areas and seams should be skimmed with a good joint compound and sanded smooth. Lastly, an acrylic or oil primer should be applied prior to the finish coats to completely seal the old wallpaper to ensure good adhesion of the finish coats. When this process is done properly, by a professional, it is impossible to see any of the old wallcovering under the newly painted surface. We fully guarantee this process from any future bubbling or peeling.

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