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    Quote Originally Posted by cyra1ax View Post
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    Best price I got was from a guy on Kijiji, wanted $1/sqft for just concrete grinding alone.

    That's ridiculously cheap for a little garage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JRSC00LUDE View Post
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    That's ridiculously cheap for a little garage.
    That was the price for a 24x24.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyra1ax View Post
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    That was the price for a 24x24.
    That's ridiculously cheap for a little garage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenny View Post
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    I had my garage floor done by Elite Coatings. They do both epoxy and polyaspartic coatings. I went with the Epoxy as I saw no benefit going to the polyaspartic coating. If you're working with harsh chemicals often it may be something to consider.

    These guys were great They removed everything in my garage, did the work over 2 days then moved everything back in for me.

    https://elitecoatings.ca/our-products/
    Bumping a old thread.
    I am looking at the Options for garage floor , just wondering how the floor is holding up after 4 Years?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arcticcat522 View Post
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    I'm getting a polyaspartic coating done at the beggining of Oct. The guy seems good, but I'll let you know after its completed. He said he does lots of prep only stuff too
    How much did this run you per sq ft? How did it turn out?
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    Are polyaspartic coatings getting any cheaper these days, or not really?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strider View Post
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    How much did this run you per sq ft? How did it turn out?
    Cost was covered by the builder because the concrete gym sucked at his job. The coating is already peeling off income areas due to the shit concrete under it. Looks good where it's not chipping

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inzane View Post
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    Are polyaspartic coatings getting any cheaper these days, or not really?
    Is ________________ going down in price?

    NOPE

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    Is ________________ going down in price?

    NOPE
    That figures. I've been procrastinating, for 10+ years on this. I will come to regret it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 88CRX View Post
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    Is ________________ going down in price?

    NOPE
    Damn you.

    All of my hopes for cars/miscellaneous consumer goods just totally crushed with this one post.

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    $5-9/sf for regular

    $10-15sf for something fancy like metallic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inzane View Post
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    That figures. I've been procrastinating, for 10+ years on this. I will come to regret it.
    We did our garage floors and cabinets pre-covid inflation... decided it was more important then doing the basement. Saved $1-$2k maybe.

    Did the basement post covid... cost 50% more... Fuck. hah


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    Damn you.

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    Tell me about it dude.

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    Can these coating companies also fix cracked concrete floors and also level out the floor? I get a lot of water accumulation (1 inch) in the corner of my garage when the snow melts from the car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pacman View Post
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    Can these coating companies also fix cracked concrete floors and also level out the floor? I get a lot of water accumulation (1 inch) in the corner of my garage when the snow melts from the car.
    They often have a budget to fix about 20-30 linear feet of cracks and then charge if you need more.
    I assume leveling is possible, but extra.

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    Leveling is one thing. Fixing the slope so things drain properly is another.
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    guessing who I might be, psychologizing me with your non existent degree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by killramos View Post
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    Leveling is one thing. Fixing the slope so things drain properly is another.
    I have this problem with my garage pad as well.

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