Garage Floor Painting
Painting your garage floor will make your life easier in many ways. It will render your garage much easier to clean, and significantly less dirt and debris will be tracked into your home. How many times have you washed your kitchen floor, only to have someone track through with dirty feet? Rubio's Painting Services has the answer. Call our expert painters to apply a coat of epoxy paint on your garage floors. They will look great, stay cleaner and oil and grease will not penetrate the surface, staining your concrete. If you are looking for a reputable garage floor painter, call (619) 678-2892 today for a free, no-obligation quote.
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Rubio's Painting Services's Garage Floor Painting Process
Rubio's Painting Services is a leading provider of garage floor painting and coating services. Our expert technicians have over 2 years of residential painting experience and can help your garage floor stay new looking.
- The process begins by carefully preparing the surface. The floor is swept, then cleaned, removing any dirt or grease.
- Next, we work on filling in any cracks or holes.
- Then, Rubio's Painting Services professionals finish by applying the paint, coating, sealant, urethane or epoxy that has been selected for the job.
- The result: a shiny clean new garage floor! Call (619) 678-2892 for a free quote.
Benefits of Painting Your Garage Floor
Aside from just making the main entrance to your home look great, there are many reasons to call Rubio's Painting Services to paint your garage floor. Here are just a few:
- Consistently attractive look
- Easy to clean and maintain
- Less porous flooring means less staining
- Certain finishes are slip-resistant, and therefore safer
- Modern epoxy finishes offer a huge selection of colors, textures, and effects
Serving the area since 2017, Rubio's Painting Services is skilled in local garage floor painting. Call (619) 678-2892 today and learn how we can help preserve and beautify your garage floor.
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