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Frequently Asked Questions

We have accumulated and answered the most common questions about custom floor coatings, finishes and outdoor kitchens. Don't see your question answered?  Feel free to contact us for more info or check the main Sundek site for more FAQs

  • What is a polyaspartic coating?
    A polyaspartic coating is a protective layer of aliphatic polyurea that is applied to metal or concrete floor surfaces. The surfaces are layered by spraying, painting or plastering to prevent corrosion and erosion.
  • Why should I choose polyaspartic floor coverings?
    Some of the advantages of having an epoxy finish include; unlimited coloring and design potential, a highly durable resin finish, and numerous choices between a high gloss finish down to a satin finish. Epoxy flooring and countertops are seamless, heat resistant (up to 550 degrees), non-toxic, food-safe, and very easy to clean.
  • How much does it cost?
    Pricing is based on square footage and can vary depending on the finishing process. Contact us for a custom quote!
  • What is the life span of a polyaspartic finish?
    This can vary depending on the usage of your space. Typically, epoxy countertops & flooring can last 10-15 or longer!
  • How long does the process take?
    Depending on the size of the surface area, flooring can take 1-3 days. A new-build countertop installation or resurfacing existing countertops typically takes 2-3 days.
  • How do I care for my custom floor coatings?
    Floor coatings are incredibly easy to keep clean! You can use a wide variety of cleaning products and methods without damaging the surface, but there are a few things to keep in mind: avoid using abrasive cleaning products; skip the scouring pads, waxes, or polishes.
  • What is the difference between epoxy and polyaspartic floor coatings?
    Epoxy floors are much more vulnerable to wear, chipping and stripping. Polyaspartic floors are more durable and flexible, meaning they offer the best protection against anything in your home or garage.
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