garage floor coating finishes

Having a spectacular garage floor, or any floor for that matter is essential for everyone. But, you want to ensure you are not compromising on quality and picking cheaper alternatives. Epoxy is a common choice for floor coatings. However, it may not be the most effective in durability and long-term use.

At Titan Garage Flooring Solutions in Atlanta, GA, we offer a revolutionary and proprietary system made up of a hybrid of polyurea and polyaspartic. Our high-tech system can be used for numerous residential concrete applications. Epoxy used to be a popular choice when an abrasion-resistant concrete coating was needed. However, polyaspartic outperforms them.


What Are Polyurea and Polyaspartic Coatings?

Polyurea is technically a subgroup of polyurethane. It’s formed when an isocyanate reacts with water or a polyether amine to create a urea linkage. Polyurea is a two-part component that mixes a resin with a catalyst to create a curing reaction responsible for hardening the material. Polyurea has an elongation rate that exceeds 300 percent making it far more flexible than epoxy.

Benefits of Titan Floors

Thanks to their hybrid solution, Titan floors can be applied to different types of concrete profiles. Your floors will look like new with our Titan flooring application. Epoxy, on the other hand only works on CSP1 or CSP2 concrete profiles, and even when heat and cold are in the ideal conditions for installation, weather can affect it.

Titan floors offer the following advantages in comparison to epoxy flooring in Atlanta:

Get The Most Durable Floor Coatings In Atlanta

If you’ve tried epoxy flooring in Atlanta and haven’t been satisfied with the results, look no further than Titan Garage Flooring Solutions. We offer only the best garage flooring in Atlanta. Our concrete flooring solutions are a lifetime investment.

We provide different types of finishes and over 150 colors for all sorts of commercial and residential concrete surfaces. Our most popular color finishes include gunflint, denim, domino, saddle, gravel, schist, autumn, creekbed, and garnet.