You can have any interior or exterior concrete surface coated since the resin is weather resistant.

Interior: garage, basement, kitchen, hallway, bathroom, etc.

Exterior: balcony, stairs, pool surround, gazebo or patio slab, etc.

It’s very affordable. The cost is based on the square footage or by contract and varies according to:

  • The concrete preparation required.
  • Precautions that need to be taken in the direct work environment (e.g., covering flowerbeds and shrubs around outdoor stairs).
  • The design complexity.

Contact us for a free quote. We’ll also take the opportunity to answer all your questions.

Yes! All types of floor heating installations can be covered with epoxy or polyurea.

It comes down to a matter of taste and what you want to cover. For instance, you can’t use the metallic coating outside. Inside, though, there are no limitations and the quality of the products is the same.



Dry blasting is carried out by the epoxy or polyurea coating installer. The absence of water during the process allows for same-day application. This process also repairs cracks to ensure uniform application.

We recommend you contact the following temporary mobile container companies:

Note that you must clear objects from the entire surface before the installers arrive. Anything that is hanging and not touching the floor can remain.


Yes, we can install the coating even in winter. There are no temperature constraints down to -30 degrees Celsius.

You can use different colours and vinyl flakes in your coating. It’s even possible to include a logo or other design. Discuss this with your installer when you request your quote. No project is too big for us.

There’s no danger to you, your children, or your pets. Our products contain no volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and create minimal dust during installation.

The simple answer is no, as the product is not designed for this purpose.

However, you can ask your Zone Garage branch for additional information. Some installers can provide this service on an exceptional basis. It goes without saying that additional costs will be incurred.


The product is guaranteed against unexplained delamination for a period of 20 years. The guarantee doesn’t cover local discolouration, deep cracks or scratches, tire marks, or concrete delamination.

The 20-year guarantee is non-transferable. This means that if you sell your property, the new owners will not be covered.

The resin coating is waterproof, but Zone Garage is not a waterproofing and insulation company. Epoxy or polyurea is not a solution for water infiltration.


Our busy period is between April and October; you should allow two to four weeks for the work to start. For a quicker turnaround, have the coating installed between November and March.

Please note that these lead times are approximate and may vary from branch to branch and according to demand.

As a rule, under the best conditions, the coating drying stages are:

  • 90 minutes – base coat
  • 3 hours – top coat, OK for foot traffic
  • 24 hours – OK for heavy objects such as furniture
  • 5 to 7 days – OK for vehicle traffic


Epoxy and polyurea are materials that require minimal maintenance. As a rule, mopping with plenty of water and a little mild soap is sufficient.

However, for textured (non-slip) floors, use a floor brush. Always use water and mild soap and brush gently to ensure that all micro dirt is removed.

Stains can be easily cleaned with water and mild soap, using a cloth, mop, or brush. Even tire stains are easy to remove, if you regularly clean the area where your vehicle is parked.

Recalcitrant tire marks
Be aware that exterior debris, combined with interior garage dust and heat from the tires, creates grip on the ground and eventually forms a stubborn gummy surface. The key is to clean this specific area regularly to prevent it from forming.

No. Some companies will tell you that adding a clear coat will make your epoxy or polyurea floor shine, but we do not recommend this approach. The extra layer won’t adhere as well to the existing floor.

Yes, a surface can be repaired, but such a repair will often be apparent, especially if it is a large crack.

It is easier to camouflage a repair with vinyl flake coating; with metallic colours and the unique design of each coating, it is hard to recreate the same shade.