Best Commercial Epoxy Flooring
Car showrooms present a particular challenge in that you need to be able to park your vehicles inside them, but there is little doubt that they can cause problems for your floor. Even the sturdiest of concrete floors are going to have their fair share of difficulties, and for a few different reasons. First of all, you have to consider weight, and secondly, you need to consider the damage a vehicle could potentially do to a floor.
Traditionally, a showroom car won’t have to worry about oil leaks due to the new quality of the parts within, but there are so many other factors that need to be considered. The importance of having a good commercial epoxy floor coating simply cannot be overstated. Luckily, Armor II is here to meet your needs.
Basics of an Epoxy Floor
If you’re here then you already know the benefits of an epoxy floor, but we will reiterate a bit. First of all, epoxy flooring is very smooth, but it is slip resistant, meaning you won’t have to worry about accidents while you are working. Secondly, it is both scratch and chemical resistant which makes it ideal for any type of commercial floor. This is especially true, however, in the case of a show room floor. Let’s talk a bit about Armor II and the benefits that it can offer you.
Armor II – The Ultimate Epoxy Flooring Solution
The first thing that we want to say about Armor II, as a commercial epoxy flooring for sale, is that it is actually approved of by the United States Coast Guard. It is used in many of their helicopter air station hangars, and let’s be honest, if the military trusts it, you can be sure it’ll work just fine on your showroom floor. There are plenty of other applications including:
- Commercial Garages
- Machine Shops
We’ve covered many of the benefits, but one thing that many other epoxy fall short on is the usability by the average individual. One of the biggest problems that people tend to have with epoxy flooring is their inability to install it themselves, and of course having to call on the services of a professional. The Armor II commercial epoxy floor coating however, can be installed by anyone, and is specifically designed as a ‘do it yourself’ product.
Race cars and Airplanes
So what sets this coating apart from many others? Let’s start with the fact that it’s rated for up to G-650 Aircraft. Inside the kit you’re going to find all the tools you need to get started, from the 2-part epoxy base coat, to the floor prep etch solution. It’s never been easier, and it even comes with epoxy rollers to make adherence to the instructions simpler than ever.
A showroom is a bit different from other rooms that will require an epoxy flooring, mostly in that instead of constantly working on vehicles and other projects, you will be building a room in which to show off your vehicles. This applies in many different scenarios, for example you might be a car collector that allows either the public or the occasional individual to view, or simply to show off to your friends.
Either way, there are several characteristics that you will want your floor to have. First of all, you need it to look good, and you need it to take on the incredible aesthetic that only commercial epoxy floor paint can provide. The second thing you will want, is to make sure that it’s bright. Even if your epoxy is a bit of a darker color, it will still reflect light quite nicely, and that will mean energy efficiency along with a sharpness and contrast that a typical floor would simply fail to deliver. This might not be a military grade coating, but it’s nothing short of amazing.
If you want to take it a step further and make your new floor even more amazing, then it would definitely be within your best interest to invest in a topcoat. Keep in mind that many competitors try to pass off clear epoxy as topcoat, but in a technical sense, a topcoat needs to have a lower abrasion rating that the epoxy otherwise it provides no benefit. All ArmorGarage floors last much longer as they adhere to these standards and provide the best flooring solution in the epoxy industry, hands down.