Xpedite: Floors are mechanically profiled to ensure a superior bond between the concrete floor and the coating.
Out-dated methods may cause the top layer of concrete to become soft and brittle, leading to floor failure.
Xpedite: Our hybrid-polymer base is the newest technology, designed specifically for long lasting coatings.
Competition: High-solvent based epoxies use a fifty plus year old technology which is prone to yellowing.
Xpedite: Our products have extremely low VOCs (volatile organic compounds) and are non-hazardous and environmentally friendly, no odor.
They use hazardous materials with very harsh odors. These products have a high solvent content and are highly flammable.
Xpedite: On average, our floor coatings are twice as thick as other products which creates a more durable floor. Coverage rate 120 sq ft/ gal.
Competition: Thin base coats are prone to yellowing, peeling and chipping and leave up to 20% of the concrete showing through the base coat. Coverage rate 300 sq ft/gal.
Xpedite: Quick cure times allow for foot traffic within 24 hours of installation and vehicle weight after 72 hours.
Competition: Longer cure times between coatings equate to a wait time of up to 7 days.
Xpedite: Our hybrid epoxy cures harder than standard epoxy producing higher impact and abrasion resistance.
Competition: Softer epoxies are prone to scrapes, chips and “paw printing” by hot tires.
100% UV protection means the flooring will remain clear and free of ambering or yellowing.
Competition: No UV protection allows floor to fade and discolor from indoor lighting and sunlight.
Xpedite: Everyday dirt and grime are easily hosed off. Motor oil and spills wipe up with mild detergent. Harsh salts do not harm our floor coatings.
Competition: Other products trap dirt creating a maintenance headache. Motor oils and spills will stain and harsh salts will deteriorate the floor coating.
Xpedite: Each garage floor system is backed by a written warranty against workmanship and materials defects.
Competition: “Lifetime” warranties for floor coatings can be misleading. The fine print may exclude some products used during installation.