Epoxy Flooring systems

Metallic Epoxy Flooring 
Metallic epoxy is a special multi-layered epoxy floor coating system that incorporates the use of a metallic additive mixed into a clear epoxy coating to create exotic effects. This metallic powder continues to move through the epoxy as it cures creating the lava flow or pearlescent design. Because of this constant movement of the metallic pigment, even floors that use the same colors will never look the exactly the same, making each floor truly unique.
High Build Epoxy Floor
High build (thick) epoxy systems feature solid color floors that consist of a primer, and 100% solids epoxy, laid out at 100 sq ft per gallon. Adding a pigmented urethane gives you the ability to customize your flooring color.
Quartz Broadcast Epoxy
Quartz flooring utilizes the same epoxy base and high-grade polyaspartic/polyurea top coat as the Classic. The big difference is that Quartz aggregate gives the floor a more natural appearance and a textured finish that’s inherently anti-slip.
Paint Flake Flooring
Paint flake epoxy floos consist of paint chips that give a timeless distinct look and add flavor to your space. Structural and extreme preparation will increase costs. Also special flakes; ie wood flakes, mica flakes and glow in the dark can increase the cost of paint flake epoxy floors significantly.