Epoxy floors for concrete provides an amazing array of choices. First, you have the base coat that covers the concrete which is your starting color choice. Afterwards comes picking granules, flakes, or micas to spread on top of the epoxy. These all have their own specific qualities and come in solitary colors or color mixes. Last of all, a clear topcoat seals everything together and protects your epoxy coat from stains, wear, and scratches. Here are some aspects of each kind of texture.
Flakes for Epoxy Flooring
Chips of single colors scattered in a randomized manner contrast with your base coat – and you don’t need to stop with one style of flake. You can add flakes of various color combinations to further improve the appearance of your floor, complementing your interior design. Develop your color selections on sport team colors, company colors, or something totally personal. The options are nearly endless! More Details
Micas for Epoxy Flooring
Color micas provide the appearance of granite, adding a metallic brilliance to the finish of your floor. Micas produce a festive atmosphere in any corridor, room or living space. Like color flakes, micas for epoxy floors are not limited to a single color. For example, West Coast Epoxy can copy the natural granite deposit of your choice. More Details
Color granules are sandy particles that give texture to your otherwise smooth topcoat. This is important for sites with a lot of oil, grease, water, or other slippery liquids. Granules also create traction for sloped floors and any location where falls and slips are potential hazards. Granules are offered in solid colors or pleasing color possibilities. More Details
Special Ordering Micas, Flakes, or Granules
Read our individual pages devoted to granules, micas, or flakes to learn more and to see your many selections in Vacaville. If you do not see a color you would like to employ, ask us about special orders; manufacturers are constantly updating their offerings and the combination can likely be ordered to your satisfaction. Request a Free Quote