Epoxy Flooring Colors and Textures
Epoxy flooring for concrete advertises a tremendous selection of color possibilities. First, you have the base coat that covers the concrete. 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 solitary colors or color mixes. Finally, a clear topcoat seals everything together and protects your epoxy coating from wear, scratching and stains. Here are some aspects of each type of texture.
Flakes are colored chips of various materials and sizes that contrast with your floor coat. You can also use preset combos of color flakes or help make your own combination. With color flakes it is possible to match a wall color, sport team colors, logo colors, you name it, we can create it.
Micas for Epoxy Floors
Color micas lend the style of granite, adding a metallic shine to the finish of your floor. As with color flakes, micas for epoxy floors are not limited to one color. For instance, West Coast Epoxy can copy the natural granite deposits of your choice. Micas produce a festive atmosphere in any living space, room or corridor.
Color granules are sand particles that provide texture to your otherwise smooth topcoat. This is essential for installations with much grease, water, oil or other slippery substances. Granules also create grip for inclined floors and any space where falls and slips are potential dangers. Granules are offered in solid colors or pleasing color combinations.
Special Orders are Available
Visit our individual pages devoted for granules, micas, or flakes to learn more and to see your many choices. If you don’t see a color you want to use, ask us about special orders in Oakley. Manufacturers are always updating their offerings and the combo can likely be requested to your satisfaction.
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