The typical unit of measure for the thickness of epoxy coatings is the mil. Learn more about this and how many mils it takes to have a thin, medium, or thick coat.
Epoxy paint is a popular product for its durability, but can it measure up to epoxy coatings? Consider the facts before you take on a DIY project!
Concrete countertops are now a common option in home construction and renovation, but every countertop needs a sealing treatment to prevent stains and damage.
Epoxy materials used in coatings are significantly stronger on four benchmark tests than the concrete that they are designed to protect. Find out more!
Decluttering your garage gives you good reason to improve the floor. Epoxy flooring makes garages look great, so you’ll be more inclined to keep it that way!
Learn more about the exothermic reaction that causes concrete to make heat while the cement and water mixture cures.
Much carbon dioxide is released into the atmosphere to make cement, but over half of that carbon dioxide can later be reabsorbed by the concrete made from it.
Epoxy coatings can lead to floors that are functional, fun, or both! Find out how West Coast Epoxy can improve a dull concrete floor.
How thick is the epoxy on an epoxy floor? Find out more about the answer to the question and learn that it truly depends!
Crazed concrete has minor cracks on the surface that spider-web to a very minor depth below the surface. Do you need to deal with crazing, and if so, how?
How is concrete made? Where does cement come from? How are they put together? Learn more in this article.
The strength of materials is commonly measured using four different factors – compressive, tensile, flexural and bond strength. Find out how epoxy coatings compare when looking at these factors.