Basement Floor Epoxy and Sealer

A basement floor epoxy and sealer are the ideal say in order to prevent water damage. These are how to select an epoxy and sealer which will work for your space. It is up to you whether you want to have a plan of finishing the space of your basement of keeping your basement space in its original state; you have to consider the important of applying a waterproof sealant to the concrete floor if you want to lock out moisture. A basement floor epoxy is one of the perfect ways to keep and maintain or preserve the space of your basement.

Basement floor epoxy paint

Waterproof sealant

Basement floor epoxy dries hard and thick. Epoxy is also both waterproofing and offering a durable finish. Epoxies are also an incredible solution for a high-traffic basement such as basement which is used as a workshop or recreation area. There are three kinds of basement floor epoxy which are 100 percent solid, solvent-based and water-based. These three types of epoxy come in a couple of range of colors such as red, brown, green and ivory.

Solvent-based sealer basement floor epoxy

Water-based basement floor epoxy

If you have a plan on putting carpet, hardwood or other flooring materials which you want put on the top of a concrete basement floor, you have to consider applying a couple of coats of basement floor epoxy to the concrete before you it is time for you laying the floor. This step is going to work as a moisture barrier and it will also perfect on preventing future water damage.

Brown basement floor epoxy

Basement floor epoxy coating

You have to make sure that you will apply the basement floor epoxy to a cool basement floor. By applying basement floor epoxy to a cool basement floor, it will help it to adhere to the surface. You can use a long-handled roller in order to apply it in a thin coat. You have to consider that a second coat will be very important for you, but you also have to make sure that you have allow 24 hours before you are ready to apply it. Before it comes for you to install a new floor, you have to wait until the basement floor epoxy has fully dried.

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