Mudd Crete Design

More Than an overlay - it's art!

847-356-5171  John@muddcretedesign.com

 

ONE SIZE DOESN'T FIT ALL!!
﷯That would be the same with shoes as well as garage floors. Every concrete surface is not the same. Some are in very much need of repair where others don't need as much restoration. Your expectation on what the outcome of the floors looks like also plays into product selection and what will fits your needs. At Mudd Crete Design our extensive experience of over 18 years will help guild you through the process. Our fair and honest approach is only one of the values that we stand by. Our customers are highly satisfied ﷯ and often remark "I didn't think my garage floor would look this great." I hear that a lot and it never gets old! Referrals are the most significant percentage of my business. Not all products are the same! Whether they are epoxy, polymers or polyaspartic. All of our products are made in the USA and lab tested for durability and longevity. ﷯Stay away from the "do it yourself kits" at the big box stores. These kits aren't 100 percent resin based and is cut with solvents or water. Resulting in a very thin coat that will peel away over time. Competition? My prices are fair, and I'm not the highest price in the market, nor I'm I the lowest. Be very careful of scams and Hype! The scammers will do your garage floors for $200 acid etch coat it and leave. This process will fail very quickly. You'll never see them again! We always grind or shot blast the surface for prep. Moreover, we never use a cheap product on your garage floor. Hype Alert! "One-day garage floor." This is an excellent example of "one size fits all." Although I do offer a one-day solution for garage floors. Only in cases where it logically fits the problem. "4x stronger than epoxy." Polyaspartic is harder than epoxy, but it doesn't give you any ﷯additional strength. Epoxy is flexible and makes a great primer coat. Polyapartics are superior for UV resistance. They don't fade as much as epoxy. There are pros and cons of using Polyaspartic vs epoxy. When needed I'll use Polyapartic as a top coat but never as a primer. More on that when I give you a free estimate.! I hope that this gives you some necessary information to guild you on your decision process. If you need more, please feel free to contact either email john@muddcretedesign.com, or you can reach me at my office line 847-356-5171.

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