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Frequently Asked Questions About Concrete Floor Coating

Do you offer a warranty on your work?

Concrete Coatings of Minnesota’s Limited Lifetime Guarantee warrants any peeling, yellowing, or delamination from the concrete surface. This warranty applies to residential garages and interior applications. We only offer a warranty on interior projects. Contact us  for more details about our limited lifetime warranty.

Are your installers qualified?

All our installers are trained and certified, and they have all undergone background checks. We never outsource our work. That’s how we can confidently stand by the beautiful floors we provide our customers.

How long have you been coating concrete?

Our team of installers have over 30 years of experience in concrete coatings. Ryan, our owner, has been in the concrete coating industry for more than 14 years. We are a family owned and run business.

How far will you travel for a job?

We generally work within an hour of the Twin Cities metro area, but we are certainly willing to travel farther. At that point, we usually require an added charge for milage and/or lodging.

How long do concrete coatings last?

That is a difficult question to answer since every surface has a unique set of variables that will affect it, including weather for outdoor applications, type of use, amount of traffic, etc.

Can you work all year long?

Yes! The only surfaces that we don’t coat during our Minnesota winters are those that are outdoors. Those are summer projects. We can do any indoor and garage surfaces all year long, snow, rain, or shine. Contact us for a free estimate anytime you are ready for beautiful floors!

Can your concrete coating really stand up to the demands of my auto body shop?

Yes. Concrete Coatings of Minnesota will work with you to come up with the right coating system to fit your specific needs.

What are Polyureas and Polyaspartics?

In the 1990’s Bayer Material Science introduced a new polymer called polyaspartic. This is a specific type of polyurea known as an aliphatic polyurea. One significant improvement this brought about was a floor coating that was much less susceptible to UV degradation, such as yellowing and peeling. It also improved the adhesion of the floor coating.

Do You Have More Questions?

Contact us at 651-458-0196  or online to learn more about our concrete floor installation process.