Epoxy Flooring Colors and Textures
Epoxy floors for concrete offer a fascinating array of color combos. First, you have the base coat that covers the floor. That is the initial color choice. Then comes picking micas, flakes or granules to add on top of 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 stains, wear and scratching in El Dorado Hills. Here are some functions of each type of texture.
Chips of solid colors scattered in a randomized pattern contrast with your floor coat – and you don’t have to stick with one kind of flake. You can add flakes of various color combos to further decorate the floor, complementing your interior design. Develop your selections on team colors, company colors, or something completely personal. The choices are almost endless!
Micas for Epoxy Floors
Color micas add shine to a floor and really make it shine! Think how granite reflects natural light, and you have the effect from mica. The Mayans prized the decorative qualities of mica, adding it to some of their temples for a lustrous effect. You can employ this same method by requesting mica flakes for your epoxy floors.
If you desire texture as well as color for your epoxy flooring, granules are your best choice. Granules are colored particles that add grip to inclined or slippery floors. If your floor sees regular spills or holds potential for slipping, granules offer an extra level of friction, and they do so in solid colors or color combos.
Custom Orders Are Our Specialty
Visit our individual pages devoted to micas, flakes or granules to learn more and to see your many selections. If you don’t see a color you would like to employ, ask us about special orders in El Dorado Hills. Manufacturers are continually improving their offerings and the combo can perhaps be found to your satisfaction.