Colors and Textures
Epoxy flooring for concrete advertises a surprising selection of color combinations. First, you have the base coat that covers the floor. That is the primary color selection. Next comes choosing micas, granules or flakes to spread onto the epoxy. These all have their own specific attributes and come in single colors or color mixes. At the end, a clear topcoat seals everything together and protects your epoxy flooring from scratching, wear and stains. Here are some features of each type of texture.
Chips of solitary colors spread in a randomized manner contrast with your floor coat – and you do not need to stick with one kind of flake. You may add flakes of a variety of color combos to further enliven the floor, matching your interior design. Develop your options on sports team colors, logo colors, or something totally personal. The choices are nearly endless!
Color micas give the appearance of granite, adding a metallic brilliance to the finish of your floor. Like color flakes, micas for epoxy flooring are not limited to a single color. For instance, West Coast Epoxy can emulate the natural granite formation of your choice. Micas create a festive atmosphere in any room, corridor or living space.
Color Granules for Epoxy Floors
Color granules are sand particles that give texture to your otherwise glossy topcoat. This is critical for installations with a lot of oil, water, grease or other slippery fluids. Granules also create anti-slip protection for inclined floors and any area where slips and falls are potential hazards. Granules are offered in solid colors or pleasing color possibilities.
Special Ordering Flakes, Micas or Granules
For more details about any of these design options for epoxy flooring, feel free to continue reading their individual pages on our website. If you have a question about a certain color combo, we’d love to discuss it. Please contact us online or give West Coast Epoxy a call at 916-531-1874.
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