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How to Select the Right Floor Coating Contractor

Just recently, you have jumped into an idea of improving the looks of your flooring. But the problem is you are not sure how to go about it. You have not hired a floor coating contractor before and you feel so incompetent when it comes to finding a person who can take care of the task properly and efficiently.

It is indeed not easy to locate a contractor who is reliable and trustworthy. Many a times, homeowners hire a contractor who has said he is the best one in town and also has a coating product to promote and sell. If you are not able to make a wise pick among options, you might end up regretting you even thought and planned for the project. To avoid this from happening, below are some tips you can use to choose a good floor coating contractor.

1. RESEARCH ON DIFFERENT COATING TYPES
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To begin with, you have to possess a good understanding on the different coatings you can pick between. Gaining knowledge on the differences of those paints can also help you a lot in making a decision. For example, do you like an epoxy coated flooring or one coated with polyaspartic? Do you like a flooring with color flakes or one possessing a solid color? Is an anti-slip additive be necessary for your flooring? Which kind of top coat will you choose for your flooring? For you to be able to find the answers to these questions before you even start meeting potential contractors is to conduct a research.
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2. CHECK LICENSE AND INSURANCE

When going out to meet with a candidate contractor, one of the first few questions you need to ask should be about license and insurances. In many states, concrete floor coating contractors are required to process for and acquire a license before practicing in the field. If one contractor gives to you his license number, look it up over the web to find out if it is valid. On top of a license number, the contractor you hire must be properly bonded and insured. If you incur damages due to the contractor’s fault, the insurance works by giving you appropriate financial protection. On the other side of the coin, a bond is meant to cover you against a situation where your contractor disappears without completing the project.

Sometimes, it would take a lot of hard work before you can figure out who’s the right person to employ for the job at hand. As you move your way to choosing a good floor coating contractor, do not miss to research on different kinds of coating and to confirm ahead of time if the contractor you are selecting has an insurance and license.