Different Epoxy Styles

Coating Systems


Flake Epoxy

Flake Epoxy Coatings are  popular in warehouses, garages, and areas with high traffic.  Flake epoxy is nonslip, resistant to scratches,  impact, and  stains from oil or chemical spills. This  installation  typically  involves  prepping the   concrete  substrate  and  patching  any  holes  or  divots, before applying a   primer  followed by  a  pigmented  base coat and  flake  broadcast . A   clear, protective  polyaspartic  topcoat helps to further  the   protection and ensure there is no peeling. 


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Quartz System

Quartz  Epoxy  Coatings are great for pool-decks, commercial kitchens, handy-cap ramps, driveways, bleachers, or any area that has heavy traffic and potential moisture due to its durable and non-slip nature. Quartz has a gritty texture due to the fine silica sand aggregates added, making these floors hard to damage. The way it is installed is by broadcasting the quartz/  sand over a base coat and sealing it with 1-2 coats of clear, protective resin.

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Metallic/ Marble System

Metallic Epoxy Coatings are decorative and visually appealing, making them a popular fit for homes or commercial spaces with high foot traffic. Epoxy coatings are easy to maintain, seamless, protective, and can be enhanced for more anti-slip. 

The application of metallic epoxy is layered, and many installers have their own techniques and flare to achieve the results you are looking for. Each floor is unique, which is the beauty of metallics. It is a multi-layered system that comes from mixing a metallic pigment with clear epoxy, and pouring that in ribbons or lines over a base coat. It has a marble-like appearance, due to the way epoxy self-levels and spreads when applied in thick layers. You can add as many color combinations as you desire, even glitter, and many installers use their own tricks to influence the final outcome.   



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Solid System

Solid epoxy floors are self explanatory, they are typically one flat color. They are customizable and go great with almost any interior design. Most people request these floors for aesthetic purposes, or for safety zones in warehouses. The process includes a primer, the pigmented base-coat , and a clear topcoat.

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Logo / Vinyl Epoxy

Epoxy stenciling is where a custom logo or stencil is put over a base-coat and sealed with a clear topcoat. This is a great way to enhance company branding, and is a luxurious way to showcase high-end logos. People love to stencil their car's emblem or favorite sports team's logo. This is an affordable and quick way to customize your floor.

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Glitter Epoxy

This is a gorgeous  and unique way  to  add pizzazz to your space. These are highly popular in clubs, commercial shopping centers, or dance studios! The application is simple, and you can choose from dozens of glitter pigments to customize your   floors

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