Category Archives: Polyaspartic

Polyaspartic coatings can add life to old sports court.

Many hockey and lacrosse games had been played on this old sports court. We where asked if we could fix it up a bit and give it new life. At first glance it was in real bad shape and had some bad spalling/cracking.  We also had to remove the old the old epoxy coating as the polyaspartic would need a good bonding surface.  The aggressive tooling on our machine was able to get down to the original concrete so that we have a good surface to bond to.  We did have some crack and pitting repair as well that we had to get done first before the grinding. Prep is the key!  See picture bellow.

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We then had to apply several coats of white polyaspartic, add some lines then top with a layer of clear. The result is a nice looking hockey rink that is ready for big game.

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Garage floor pitting and in bad shape. Polyaspartics to the rescue!

Polyaspartic coatings have been around since the 90’s but because of cost epoxy coatings have dominated the market.  The trouble with epoxy is that it is not UV stable and will only last 3-5 years.

Polyaspartics are UV stable and are great for exterior applications as well as interior flooring.  There are many options for application, as a stand alone tinted base coat, even broadcast quartz and maybe paint flake for that desired look.  Take a bad piece of concrete and make it new again!

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