Transform your Garage and Increase your Home Value

While 2020 has been a crazy year, the lack of travel and free time has permitted the opportunity to invest back into ourselves and our homes. Home valuations, in our area, have risen; providing amidst the chaos, a positive light. Whether the rise in valuations has encouraged you to move, or invest your back into your current house, we can … Read More

Do-It Yourself Epoxy

One of the most common questions we face is, “why should we select your product over a DIY Epoxy Kit?”, and it is a question we love to answer. To give a little background information: Do-It-Yourself epoxy kits, available online or at any local hardware store, are designed to permit a homeowner to freshen up their garage floor at an … Read More

Full-Chip Mica Floors

Add a little bit of sass and texture to your home with our full-chip, mica epoxy coatings. An alternative to our standard full-chip flooring system, the Vintage Mica steps up the game with a multi-dimensional finish. What Does “Full Chip” Mean? A chipped epoxy system has thermoplastic PVA  or mica chips (sometimes both) broadcast into an epoxy color coat. The … Read More

Update Your Home with Epoxy Flooring

As our friend, Elle Woods, once said: “Excercise gives your endorphins, endorphins make you happy, and happy people just don’t kill their husbands.” In these wild times, filled with togetherness, we could all use a few more endorphins. Yet with gyms (and bars) closed, it has been a bit more challenging to find ways to relax. Because you can’t go … Read More

Minimize Slipping

Anti-Slip Epoxy

Epoxy coatings are an excellent alternative to engineered hardwoods, laminates, tiles, or vinyl. They are cleaner, far more durable, water & UV resistant, but some people have concerns about the epoxy coatings being slippery, especially when wet. Thankfully, the solution is simple. Our trained, professional installers add a slip-resistant aggregate into the last coat of epoxy. We call this product … Read More

Polymer Comparisons

POLYMER FLOOR COVERING PRODUCT COMPARISONS See how our Poly Hybrid, industrial strength polymer floor coverings stand up to the competition.  A floor covering system applied by Garage Floor Coating – The Great Lakes offers exceptional quality in every rating category. And, our service is second to none.  Call us today for a no obligation assessment of your floor covering needs. … Read More

Rubber VS Epoxy

RUBBER FLOORING VERSUS EPOXY COATED FLOORS FOR COMMERCIAL FLOORING. Rubber flooring has long been used in commercial settings such as retail, hospitals and kitchens.  While rubber floors were innovative at the time, the new technology is epoxy coated floors.  Unlikerubber flooring, our epoxy coating is specially formulated to withstand the weather conditions in the Great Lakes Region.  While harsh temperature … Read More

Linoleum VS Epoxy

LINOLEUM FLOOR COVERING VERSUS EPOXY COATED FLOORS Technology for floor coverings has come a long way since linoleum floors became popular in the 1950’s.  Once thought of as the premier choice, linoleum floors were often installed with an asbestos backing.  It goes without saying that this makes if more expensive and dangerous to remove today.  Fortunately, we at Garage Floor … Read More

Vinyl VS Epoxy

VINYL FLOORING VERSUS EPOXY COATED FLOORS FOR COMMERCIAL FLOORING. If you are considering vinyl flooring, we would like to introduce you to the latest in floor systems.  Epoxy coated floor systems by Garage Floor Coating – The Great Lakes offer many advantages over traditional vinyl floors.  Unlike vinyl flooring, epoxy coated floors stand up to much more traffic and abuse … Read More

Ceramic Tile VS Epoxy

CERAMIC TILE FLOORING VERSUS EPOXY COATED FLOORS FOR COMMERCIAL FLOORING. Considering ceramic tile flooring for your commercial flooring?  While ceramic tile flooring has been a traditional favorite, the new technology from Garage Floor Coating – The Great Lakes affords many advantages.  Our products are specially formulated for the Great Lakes region climate changes, such as harsh temperature fluctuations, high humidity … Read More