If you want something unique on your garage floor, you could always do what one of our latest customers did and have us install our “Grand Flagstone” application in your garage.
To pull this one off, we had to be a bit creative in the order in which we addressed the cracking on the floor. Typically after we do our prep work (diamond grinding or shot blasting), we’ll do a cosmetic repair on any cracks. On this job, we wanted to utilize the existing cracks to help design the flagstone pattern off of – so we waited to much later to actually fill any of the cracks (right before our clear epoxy & urethane coats).
Things seemed to work out great in the week that we scheduled this job – the rain that we had each and every day didn’t bother us since we were inside and out of the weather (believe it or not, things do work-out every once and a while!).
To see this garage floor transform into a cool flagstone surface, watch the video below and then Contact Us if you want more information on how we give you a similar look at your home or business!
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