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Concrete Floor Options


Our Epoxy resin flooring distinguishes from other flooring alternatives for a variety of reasons when it comes to selecting new flooring systems for industrial usage, garage floor coatings, or any other indoor or outdoor surface.

Epoxy flooring often referred to as resinous flooring, is incredibly long-lasting, flexible, renewable, and attractive. Epoxy flooring’s most appealing feature is its resistance to heavy use, making it the most durable type of flooring.



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Each Of Our Epoxy Floors Are Customized To Fit Your Design Needs And Our Unique Coloring Process Allows For Any Color Combination.

Types of Epoxy Floors

Epoxy Flake Floors: 

Some of the most popular designs in decorative flooring, such as mosaic-style terrazzo, can be expensive to install and difficult to maintain or repair if damaged, making them an unsuitable option for many commercial, industrial, and institutional spaces.

For attractive flooring that is as durable as it is beautiful, decorative flake epoxy flooring can be installed to get a long-lasting, terrazzo-like appearance with outstanding benefits and value.  This kind of epoxy floor has colorful flake particles mixed in the adhesive to give it a vibrant, multi-hued look.

The flake flooring not only has a smooth appearance, but it also includes subtle grooves to aid in the prevention of slips and falls. Epoxy flake floors come in an infinite number of sizes, colors, designs, and textures that may be tailored to suit your needs.

Completed Epoxy Garage Floor

Metallic Epoxy Floors:


Uniqueness is one of the remarkable aspects of metallic epoxy flooring. Metallic epoxy is a special multi-layered epoxy floor coating system that incorporates the use of a metallic additive mixed into a clear epoxy coating to create exotic effects that are unique and stunning.

This metallic powder continues to move through the epoxy as it cures creating a three-dimensional look, giving the illusion of ripples, swirls, and craters all with metallic shines and shimmers!

Because of this constant movement of the metallic pigment, even floors that use the same colors will never look exactly the same, making each floor truly unique.

Metallic Epoxy Floor

Water-Based Color-Stained or Grind & Sealed Floors:


Concrete staining is a fantastic way to beautify your indoor and outdoor concrete floors. With the ability to be applied to new or old concrete, the stain will create a professional and aesthetically pleasing ambiance to any space. Concrete staining penetrates deep into the surface, creating long-lasting durable floors. These floors will not fade, chip, peel or wear out in any way and they will be sealed with an epoxy topcoat. The difference between staining and choosing a colored epoxy floor, is that rather than using a solid, opaque color, stains permeate the concrete to infuse it with rich, deep, translucent colors. One thing to consider with this option is that the color stain will not hide imperfections such as cracks or divots in the concrete. We do not recommend crack repair for stained floors since the product is translucent and any repair would be quite noticeable. Alternatively, if you desire the appearance of the natural concrete look, we would skip the staining process and move right to sealing the concrete.

Water-Based Color-Stained or Grind & Sealed Floors

Polished Concrete Floors:


Polished concrete is a mechanical process where the concrete is ground, honed, and polished using an industrial floor grinder outfitted with finer grits of diamond abrasives until the floor reaches the desired level of shine. There are four levels of shine available for polished concrete:
Level 1 – Soft Matte Finish: Concrete will appear soft and hazy with minimal clarity or reflection.
Level 2 – Low Sheen Finish Concrete will have a low luster sheen. This is the most popular floor finish for polished concrete. At about a 100 feet distance, you can start to see slight overhead reflection.
Level 3 – Medium Gloss Finish: Concrete will have a medium gloss finish. This polish produces a gloss on the floor that will clearly reflect objects. This finish is popular in areas where a glossy finish is desired, such as restaurants, breweries, retail, etc. There will be good light reflectivity. At about a 30-50 ft distance, the floor will clearly reflect light.
Level 4 – High Gloss Finish: Concrete will have a high gloss finish. This polish produces the highest level of shine, similar to glass with high light reflectivity. The floor almost appears wet from many vantage points.

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