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Yes, your Floorguard Floor is not flammable, making it an excellent choice for industrial settings, restaurants, and other areas where fire safety is a concern.

While it’s possible to install a flooring system yourself, we recommend hiring a professional to ensure proper concrete preparation and proper application of our coatings. Our team has the experience and expertise to deliver high-quality results.

All of our flake floors are top-coated with our Polyaspartic, making them UV Stable.

Cleaning and maintaining your Floorguard floor is easy. Regular sweeping and mopping with warm water will keep the floor looking shiny and new. For stubborn stains, you can use a mild dish soap and a soft bristle brush, making sure you rinse thoroughly with clean water.  Avoid using harsh chemicals as they may cause adverse reactions.

After installation, in rooms with temperatures above 70 degrees, we recommend avoiding contact for 2 full days. In rooms below 70 degrees, we recommend 3 full days before normal use.

Depending on the system you choose, the process will take between 1 and 3 days.

Your Floorguard floor will last for decades, we fully warranty the floor against peeling, delamination and wear through.  It’s very important to clean your floor with warm water and dish soap at least 4 times per year, dirt can act as an abrasive, keeping it clean will ensure the floor will keep its shine longer. 

The pricing depends on the condition of the concrete, square footage, and what flooring system you choose.

A Floorguard Floor System can be used in a variety of environments including commercial, industrial, and residential settings. It’s ideal for high-traffic areas like garages, basements, workshops, factories, hospitals, schools, and more due to its durability and resistance to chemicals.

Epoxy flooring is a type of floor coating that includes layers of epoxy applied to the floor surface to a depth of at least two millimeters. Epoxy is a system that involves combining resins and hardeners to create a rigid, plastic material. This material bonds extremely well to its substrate and is resistant to degradation.