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Old 02-12-2006, 02:08 AM   #1
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Default Epoxy and Tile (Brands+Prices)

This has been a long time coming. It will be a work in progress and if you guys know of any brands I am missing on here please post a link so I can add them.


*Everything is listed in square feet. I just used "ft" because I figure it is understood we are talking about square feet here.


Epoxy (*All epoxy pricing is for a single coat.)

Rustoleum
http://www.rustoleum.com/brand.asp?f...nd_id=19&SBL=1
Professional (Solvent Based): $0.18ft (Clearcoat Available)
Garage (Water Based): $0.24ft (Flecks Included)

U-Coat-It
http://www.ucoatit.com/mainprod.html
UCoat (Water Based): $0.50ft (Includes Installation Kit)
Clearcoat and Flecks Available

Epoxy-Coat
http://www.epoxy-coat.com/index.html
Epoxy-Coat (Solvent Based): $0.47ft (Includes Flecks and Installation Kit)

Muscle Gloss
http://www.musclegloss.com/
Muscle Gloss (Solvent Based): $0.84ft (Includes Flecks and Installation Kit)

Sherwin-Williams
http://www.sherlink.com/sher-link/Im...epoxy_8-22.pdf
Armorseal 1000 HS (Solvent Based): $0.17-$0.63 (Not Including Reducer)
*May need a contractor's license to purchase.

Precision Epoxy
http://www.precisionepoxy.com/
TC-200 (Water Based): $1.50ft
Four Step Process, 125 mils thick

Quikrete
http://www.jnkproducts.com/garage-floor-coating.htm
Industrial (Solvent Based): $0.42ft
Garage (Water Based): $0.30ft

Behr
http://www.behr.com/behrx/act/view/p...atings&catId=5
Garage Floor Paint:



Tiles

Racedeck
http://www.racedeck.com/residential.html
XL:
Diamond: $3.00ft shipped
Circletrac: $3.00ft shipped
Free-Flow:
Fastdeck:
Tuffshield:

Kiwi
http://www.kiwitile.com/home/
Perforated: $2.93ft
Diamond Grip: $2.93ft

Resilia
http://www.floorsurfaces.com/pricing.htm
Plastic: $3.75ft

Big Foot
https://www.gregsmithequipment.com/c...x.php?cPath=55
Plastic: $1.99ft
Rubber: $2.49ft

Versatile
http://www.softnsafefloors.com/versatile.html
Plastic: $3.79ft



Concrete Patch and Repair

Rustoleum Concrete Patch
http://www.rustoleum.com/product.asp...t_id=650&SBL=1
24oz $18

U-Coat-It UPatch
http://www.ucoatit.com/mainprod.html
2qts $45

Epoxy-Coat Joint Sealant
http://www.epoxy-coat.com/accessories.html
1 tube $7
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Old 02-12-2006, 03:51 AM   #2
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www.Epoxy-coat.com

---.47c sqft or $235 foir 500 sqft kit with all nec items.
---100% solids, 2-part epoxy, solvent based.
---flecks, rollers, cleaner, brushes, non-slip included.
---Shipping to California OK.


I'll be putting mine down in a few weeks!
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Sherwin-Williams Armorseal 1000 HS
http://www.sherlink.com/sher-link/Im...epoxy_8-22.pdf

Price: ~$60 (discounted) -$129 (list)/gallon
Coverage: 206-350 sqft/gallon/coat
Reducer #5: ~$28/gallon (use 1 pint/gallon epoxy for prime coat)

$60/350 = $0.17 sqft
$129/206 = $0.63 sqft

Price range: $0.17-$0.63 sqft (not including reducer)

Note: This is the pricing I experienced (per coat):

800 sqft/2.5 gallons (unreduced) = 320 sqft/gallon @ $60 gallon = $0.19 sqft
800 sqft/2.25 gallons (reduced) = 356 sqft/gallon @ $60 gallon + 1 gallon reducer = $0.20 sqft

Luke- modify as needed to conform to your standards. Are your other prices listed per coat?
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Thanks BMW. Pricing is per coat.

Anyone know the pricing for Racedeck tiles?
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Anyone know the pricing for Racedeck tiles?

When I inquired a few months ago it was $2.79 per sqft.
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When I inquired a few months ago it was $2.79 per sqft.
Yeah, I think it is about $3ft shipped for the Diamond and Circletrac. Any idea on the others?
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I got my sample of bigfoot rubber tile and it is very nice. It is as good as the rubber tile from floorsurfaces.com in my opinion and far less expensive.
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Daytona or Xylon from Sportcourt available from me at 2.45 per tile. The Daytona is a tread pattern Xylon is a tile with channels to allow mosture to pass through. I have had both these products in my garage for years and am very happy with their performance.
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Just some input from experience: I used the Behr 1 part epoxy garage floor paint, and is not worth it. I found the stuff wore off within 6 months, where your tires drive into the garage and park, along with the satin finish being quite dull, almost more flat. Impossible for any warranty etc since it's always your fault. In my new 3rd bay addition to my double garage, I will definately use a good brand epoxy finish.

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Yeah, I think it is about $3ft shipped for the Diamond and Circletrac. Any idea on the others?
I just got a quote a couple of days ago. 825 sq ft = $2.99 shipped. This does not include the tapered edges for the garage door entrance. The edges are 12" x 3" and sell for $2 each.

I think I'll be going with something else.
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You forgot to mention Armstrong VCT tile... 80 cents a square foot in most cases, maybe even less...wears like iron, won't flake or peel, the moon and stars don't have to be positioned just right to apply it, and IMO, looks as good or better than anything else.
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You forgot to mention Armstrong VCT tile... 80 cents a square foot in most cases, maybe even less...wears like iron, won't flake or peel, the moon and stars don't have to be positioned just right to apply it, and IMO, looks as good or better than anything else.
Seems like this would be super slick in my NE Ohio snow etc???
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If you're worried about it being slippery, just don't wax it. This is the same stuff they use in WalMart's, grocery stores, etc... where people are walking in and out with wet feet year-round. a mat near the doorto wipe your feet would also add a bit of peace of mind if you're overly concerned about not being able to walk on a wet floor. I also have floor drains directly under each car.
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If you're worried about it being slippery, just don't wax it. This is the same stuff they use in WalMart's, grocery stores, etc... where people are walking in and out with wet feet year-round. a mat near the doorto wipe your feet would also add a bit of peace of mind if you're overly concerned about not being able to walk on a wet floor. I also have floor drains directly under each car.
Are you saying when it is wet it is not that slick? how would it compare to concrete in slick? Any concerns about it sticking in this nasty cold weather?? How about adhesion to an old floor that has had oil spilled?

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That will be slicker than plain concrete if it's wet. I would wait for a better weather condition when applying epoxy. I applied mine in the winter and the end part by the garage door did not dry very well. I have to sand and re-apply in the summer time. If you have oil spill you need to rent a floor grinder/diamond cutter to get all the contaminants off otherwise the epoxy will not stick and the reaction of the paint will not be pretty.
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You forgot to mention Armstrong VCT tile... 80 cents a square foot in most cases, maybe even less...wears like iron, won't flake or peel, the moon and stars don't have to be positioned just right to apply it, and IMO, looks as good or better than anything else.
Hi,

I'm new to the board and am looking for a garage solution. Are these concret tiles or rubber tiles? What kin dof maintennace/upkeep do your white tiles require?


What is your experience with fluid stains (diff, oil, gas) getting on these tiles?

How to carts with wheels that may have 75-100 lbs on them maneuver on the flooring?

What are your experiences with heavy objects *Wheelbarrow, heavy jacks, carts with heavy weight on them on them.)? Do they indent the tiles?
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Daytona or Xylon from Sportcourt available from me at 2.45 per tile. The Daytona is a tread pattern Xylon is a tile with channels to allow mosture to pass through. I have had both these products in my garage for years and am very happy with their performance.
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Is this plastic tile similar to the race deck or kiwi, concerned after getting sample of latter about the noise from the plastic?
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Is this plastic tile similar to the race deck or kiwi, concerned after getting sample of latter about the noise from the plastic?
I have heard about the noise as well. I received a sample in the mail and these things must clatter on concrete!
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I'd like to add the stuff I used to the list: "Hard Deck" epoxy system from Air-Tech Coatings http://www.airtechcoatings.com/harddeck.html

It's made for hangar floors. Two coats of epoxy with a poly-something clear coat. Materials cost me about $0.50/sq-ft total for the 3 coat process.

Chemical resistance is outstanding. Petroleum products, organic solvents, and other harsh stuff does not touch it. Paint overspray usually just wipes up after it dries; if not spray it with brake cleaner or other solvent. It hasn't been quite as mechanically durable as I hoped. Whipping a metal-wheeled floor jack around like I used to can scratch or gouge it, and I use plywood pads under jack stands. But usually anything that nicks the coating actually makes a divot in the concrete, so I can't really bitch.

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Benjamin Moore Industrial coating. Used M41 as a prime coat (moisture resistant), then M40 for 2 more coats. Did myself - there is flows of course but it seem to be VERY durable. Will use next time when needed

about $500 for 425sqft.
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