I am thinking about having an indoor concrete floor coated with either an
epoxy coating http://www.columbusgaragefloorcoating.com/our-process/
or the ultimate floor by Rino http://www.ultimatefloorsbyrhino.com/
Does anyone have any long term experience with either of these types of
floor coatings as far as longevity? Both say their floors are better than
the other persons. They both look pretty much the same to me. The rino guy
says their coating is more flexible than the epoxy coatings, thus making
their coating last longer. He said that you would replace an epoxy floor 4
or 5 times before you would have to replace a Rino floor. Any opinions?
I prefer traditional two part epoxy - not 1 part or anything water based. Have
used it on 2 or 3 residential garages. Assuming the prep is done properly, have
seen in excess of ten years without any chipping.
A relative had something similar to the Rhino product put down. It looks fine
and is going beyond 5 years now, so I don't think either product would be a
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