basement crack
Before applying decorative coatings to any surface, either a garage or a basement floor you need to address cracks, holes, and any other surface defect or damage that would interfere with a seamless floor coating. Cracks can be easily addressed using various resin products, mortars and concrete depending on the severity of the crack. When determining which product to use it is going to come down to the size of the crack, required architectural strength, and the return to service time needed. Epoxy and polyurethane resin systems will typically offer superior performance when it comes down to time and strength development.

Applicable Products

100% Solids Epoxy 

You can use our two component 100% solids epoxy coating mixed with sand or aggregate. This mixture forms a thick slurry that can be applied to fill cracks and holes in concrete. The reaction will typically require cure overnight before returning to work. This resin sand/aggregate mixture is as strong as concrete, cures quicker allowing a faster return to work time, and will not crack like concrete. This is a great solution for larger cracks and holes.

Polyurethane Crack Filler


Our two component polyurethane crack filler product is a 1:1 mix polyurethane quick set system. Mixed with sand and aggregate the system will be much faster curing than epoxy with excellent strength and crack-resistant properties desired. This crack filler was specifically designed for same day return to service times. Meaning you can fill the cracks and then grind them smooth 1 hour later.