Primo Garage Floor System: Excellence in Durability and Design

Elevate your garage with the Primo Garage Floor System, meticulously crafted for the unique challenges of Florida’s humid climate. Beginning with an in-depth concrete preparation, we lay down the foundation with our top-tier Moisture Vapor Barrier (MVB), Flake Shield by ResinForce. This crucial layer combats moisture intrusion, a common problem in Florida garages, ensuring the longevity and integrity of your flooring.

We then enhance the floor with vibrantly colored Torginol vinyl flakes to achieve full coverage and a visually stunning finish. Our system is sealed with a premium polyaspartic topcoat, known for its superior strength and UV resistance, guaranteeing that your floor remains vibrant and durable against sun exposure and general wear.

Opt for the Primo Garage Floor System not just for its beauty, but for its robust functionality. Designed to withstand the rigors of daily use, our floors are ideal for transforming your garage into a stunning, durable space that truly reflects your personal style. Trust Primo Garage to deliver a flooring solution that excels in aesthetics and performance, standing out distinctly from standard offerings by our competitors.

Vibrant Color Choices

Primo Garage proudly uses Torginol Flakes in our floors from ResinForce. In addition to the most popular flake colors above, we also offer 30 additional stock colors and an unlimited variety of custom color flake combinations. Please note that there is an additional charge of $200 for custom formulated flake colors.

Custom Color

This is a custom blended flake of teal, gold, and black for a customer who is a fan of the Jacksonville Jaguars NFL Team.

Flake Colors
Flake Colors
Jacksonville Jaguars NFL Color Garage Floor
Jacksonville Jaguars NFL Color Garage Floor

Flake Color Choices

Tan Flake Floor Garage
Tan Flake Floor Garage
One Car Garage Floor
One Car Garage Floor
One Car in Stoney Creek

This customer had a hard time finding a company to do a one car garage. No problem, Primo laid down a nice Stoney Creek floor.

Tan base with Creekbed

This garage shows the Creekbed flake with clean (although not straight) "honored" cut lines.

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The Process - Preparation

The Primo Garage Floor System with Moisture Vapor Barrier, Torginol Flake is our most popular floor system and the system we recommend most. Here's how we do it. There's really no secret, just hard work, attention to detail, and top-quality materials.

Preparation

Preparation may be the most important part of our floor system. We thoroughly prepare the slab by grinding the surface with our HTC 500 diamond grinder.

More Preparation

After the main floor is done, we spend extra time and focus on the perimeter with a hand grinder. This is the part most commonly rushed or skipped by our competitors. I get it. It's hard.

More Preparation (cracks)

After the floor is ground and prepped, we fill and patch all appropriate cracks and pitted areas to ensure there is a smooth finish at the end.

The Process - The Application

Once the slab is completely ground, patched, and vacuumed clean, it's time to start mixing an applying materials.

Cleaned Patched and Ready Floor
Cleaned Patched and Ready Floor
Roll out and flake the floor
Roll out and flake the floor
Throwing Flake
Throwing Flake
Clean and Ready

Application must start with a fully ground and patched floor that has been meticulously cleaned and vacuumed.

Epoxy Roll Out

Once precisely mixed, the moisture vapor barrier base is rolled out onto the prepped floor. The MVB is spread with a squeegee and evened out with a roller.

Broadcast the Flake

Get the timing just right and broadcast the color flakes into the MVB at just the right time. We broadcast the flake by hand when the base is at it's highest point of adhesion.

The Process - The Application

Once the slab is completely ground, patched, and vacuumed clean, it's time to start mixing an applying materials.

Cure Time

After the flake is broadcast to the point of 100% coverage (and some extra), the MVB is left to cure and ensure the flakes are solidly adhered to the base layer of the floor.

Scrape and Recover

Once fully cured, the excess flake is recovered and the rough edges of the permanently adhered flakes are scraped down. Finally, this layer is vacuumed thoroughly to remove any loose flake.

Final Topcoat

The Polyaspartic topcoat is the final step in the system. This layer locks in the flake layer even further and creates a clear shiny and extra durable finish that pulls it all together.

Blue Flake Garage Floor
Blue Flake Garage Floor

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