Flooring needs a fresh look.
You walk around the outside of your house, barefoot, beautiful day, and sun in the sky. Everything is great! Then you look down at your feet and you see what they are standing on. Old, worn, dilapidated, concrete that needs a fresh look.
As you stroll around the front of the house, you think how nice your home would be if not for the ugly and worn concrete. Is painting the right solution? It can be, but that may depend on what you want from by way of performance. YES, I said performance. Why? If you are planning to stay in the home for years to come, then performance matters. You don’t want to worry about it next year or at best 2 years from now. Epoxy floor is tough and durable. It is not a short term fix. Epoxy is made to last and that means you won’t need to worry about it for years to come.
Painting is a different story. It is a short term solution. Selling your house later this year? Ok, that is a simple and cost effective way to upgrade the curb appeal. Quick turn and quick profit. Sure, it is simple and will do the job for the short term, but what if the house doesn’t sell right away? Painting is not a recommended solution from the PowerCOAT Epoxy team here at Scorpion. We like providing a long term solution.
Scorpion PowerCOAT Epoxy
PowerCOAT is recognized as the best range of polymers products for every epoxy market sector. The PowerCOAT line of decorative floor coatings can be customized to meet the demands for any extreme weather.
Epoxy coatings are durable and be used for purposes other than decoration. They create a strong, durable surface for floors or working surfaces. As you can see from the picture they are a incredible creative way to spice up and an entry way and sidewalk! Not that is curb appeal!
- Carbon Fiber
- Composite Materials
- Pool Decks
- Work Space
- Garage Floor
- Counter Tops
- Decorative Tables
You can find epoxy being used for crack repair, primer systems, and final top coats for floors and surfaces. Epoxy floor coatings are available in an unlimited color palette as well as clear epoxy. Epoxies are often used as the bond coat for subsequent top coats of similar material or of higher abrasion and chemical resistance such as Polyurethane or Polyaspartic coatings. Usually for thicker applications, 100% solids epoxy is used due to its ability to cure fast and its ultimate strength.