So, you’re looking to add a concrete coating to your garage floor, outdoor patio, or any concrete area in your home and are interested in Penntek polyurea coatings.
Penntek Industrial Coatings is one of the leading manufacturers of durable and long-lasting concrete coatings.
If you’re considering a Penntek coating for your project, you want to know the ins and outs of the product, like how much it costs, what design options are available, and its warranty.
At Southwest Exteriors, we install Penntek polyurea coatings because of their exceptional performance and ability to withstand all weather and everyday use.
While we recommend this product to any homeowner who wants to invest in a concrete coating that will last, we know it may not be the right option for everyone.
We want to provide you with a comprehensive and unbiased review of this coating so you can have the information and knowledge to make an informed decision on whether a Penntek polyurea coating is right for you.
The cost of your project is dependent on a few factors, like
The total square footage of your project
The condition of your concrete
We understand this is more expensive than other coating types. It is important to understand what is included in your project, like the quality of the product, installation, and warranty.
The higher the quality of concrete coating, the more it will cost.
How Do Penntek Polyurea Coatings Perform?
After knowing how much your Penntek coating will cost, you want to know what features make it special.
How well do their polyurea coatings perform? How long do they last? Will they protect my concrete? Can they be installed in outdoor areas?
Let’s look at some of the performance and durability features of Penntek’s polyurea coatings.
Penntek’s polyurea coatings are made with a polyurea base coat, a layer of colored vinyl chips, and a polyaspartic topcoat. This combination makes the coating durable and flexible because polyurea and polyaspartics are polymers.
Their flexibility allows Penntek’s coatings to be impact-resistant, so they will not crack or chip under high impact.
With a polyaspartic topcoat, Penntek’s coatings will not shift or lift when exposed to high heat.
For example, epoxy coatings can melt and lift on a garage floor when you pull your car in from driving all day. The heat from the tires transfers and affects the epoxy coating.
This is not the case with Penntek coatings, making them ideal and durable for garage floor coatings.
If you want to add a Penntek coating to your outdoor patio, pool deck, driveway, or sidewalk, you won’t have to worry about color fading.
This means your outdoor coating will last under harsh sunlight and won’t fade or be affected by the heat.
The colored vinyl chips give Penntek coatings an orange peel-like texture, which aids with slip resistance. Penntek also offers a sand-like additive to make your coating even more slip-resistant.
This makes Penntek coatings ideal for outdoor areas, pool decks, or at-home gyms.
Penntek polyurea coatings are also stain-resistant.
No matter the spill, whether it be oil, water, or a suspicious liquid, you can easily clean it up with a traditional all-purpose cleaner.
Because of each feature outlined above, Penntek polyurea coatings are warranted to last for 15 years or more. This type of coating is worth investing in for a long-term homeowner.
What Design Options Do Penntek Coatings Offer?
Penntek offers a variety of colored chip blends that consist of three to four different colors to create an aesthetic combination.
Depending on your contractor for your project, you can also create a custom-colored chip blend with the colors of your choosing. Adding a pattern or logo to your coating is also an option.
With Southwest Exteriors, we offer custom colors and numerous customizable options for your concrete coating.
What Is Penntek’s Warranty?
Understanding a product’s warranty is crucial to know whether it will meet your needs for longevity or not.
Penntek Industrial Coatings ensure their products will not yellow or fade from UV rays for the lifetime of the original purchaser of the product.
When properly prepared and installed, chipping, peeling, separating, or delaminating are covered for 15 years post-installation. This includes interior, exterior, vertical, and horizontal surfaces, or essentially any coated surface.
This warranty also ensures that Penntek products will be free from defects under these conditions and perform without failure for 15 years.
If your coating must be replaced under warranty, Penntek will either issue a credit to the contractor for the cost of materials to be replaced or send the materials directly.
Exclusions in Penntek’s warranty include improper preparation of the surface and application, fire damage, slip accidents, abuse or neglect of the product, and violations of local codes and ordinances for application.
On top of Penntek’s 15-year product warranty, Southwest Exteriors’ warranty covers your new concrete coating for as long as you own your home.
Is A Penntek Polyurea Concrete Coating Right For You?
Now that you have a comprehensive review of Penntek’s polyurea coatings, you understand how much they cost, how well they perform, their design options, and their warranty. This means you have the right information to decide whether this concrete coating is right for you.
Penntek’s concrete coatings not only provide exceptional durability to your flooring but they allow you to upgrade your space into something more.
If you want a concrete coating that will resist weathering, impact, and staining and want it to last, investing in a Penntek coating may be right for you.
If you are looking for a cheaper concrete coating and aren’t concerned about durability, performance, and longevity, then a Penntek coating is probably not the right choice for you.
At Southwest Exteriors, we install Penntek polyurea coatings because of their superior performance for San Antonio homes. Paired with our professional installation, your new coating is guaranteed to last in your home.
But, whether you choose Penntek for your concrete coating project or not, one thing you want to know is what you need to prepare before your project starts.
Where do I put my things? How long will installation take? What can I expect?