Colors and Textures for Stockton Flooring
Epoxy floors for concrete provides a noteworthy selection of color and texture possibilities. First, you have the base coat that covers the concrete. That is the primary color selection. Then comes choosing flakes, granules, or micas to scatter onto the epoxy. These all have their own specific qualities and come in solitary colors or color mixes. At the end, a clear topcoat seals everything together and protects your epoxy coat 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 base coat. You may select from preset designs of color flakes or imagine your own combo. With color flakes it’s quick to match a wall color, team colors, business colors – whatever you desire!
Color micas provide the style of granite, adding a metallic luster to the finish of epoxy flooring. Like color flakes, micas for epoxy floors are not limited to a single color. For instance, California Custom Coatings can recreate the natural granite formation of your choice. Micas create a festive atmosphere in any living space, room or corridor.
If you want texture and color for your epoxy floors, granules are a perfect choice. Granules are colored particles that provide grip to inclined or slippery floors. If your concrete sees regular spills or has potential for slips and falls, granules offer an extra level of friction, and they do so in solid colors or color a variety of unique color combinations.
Special Ordering Flakes, Micas or Granules
Visit our individual pages dedicated to flakes, granules, or micas to learn more and to see your many choices. If you don’t see a color you would like to use, ask us about special orders. Manufacturers are regularly improving their offerings and the combo can likely be ordered to your satisfaction.
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