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Epoxy Flooring

What epoxy floor coating should you choose? Manufacturers developed special blends to use for a variety of applications including residential, commercial and industrial. These contractor grade products vary greatly from the epoxy paints found in most home improvement stores.

Custom epoxies offer features such as non-slip, high and low temperature blends as well as fast-acting and drying to quick installation. In fact, polyaspartic blends offer rapid curing so that installation for small projects up to 1,000 square feet only requires one day.

Another option includes grind & seal for the appearance of new concrete pours. Popular for retail store floors, art galleries and restaurants, this method may also include color stains or polish for a natural look. Metallic epoxies are also a popular choice and offer a marble-like appearance in a variety of settings.

Polished Concrete Floors

Polished concrete floors share much of the same grind and seal process as epoxies except that concrete polishing hones cement into a glossy, matte or semi-glossy finish. Color stains are also available in natural green and brown earth tones as well as reds, blues and yellows.

Decorative overlays offer the same look of polished concrete flooring but with a more controllable finish. Self-leveling concrete provides a seamless, refined appearance you’ll often find in galleries, showrooms and retail establishments.

Stained Concrete Flooring

Stained concrete flooring produces beautifully-unique floors ideal for just about any residential or commercial design. When choosing a concrete staining system, property owners have two main options: acid stains or concrete dyes.

Contractors often achieve dark rich browns that appear leather-like with acid staining. Dyes further enhance the surface appearance. Experts also create saw cut designs to give the look of custom tile or borders that are then ready for the stain or dye in the color of your choice.

Stains and dyes complement other concrete work including decorative overlays and polished concrete as well as grind and seal concrete projects. Flooring experts then apply epoxy sealers or urethane coatings for extra protection.

Stamped Concrete Floors

Stamped Concrete enhances exterior and interior floors. Often concrete stamping applications go over new concrete outdoors; however, it may also be applied indoors as an overlay. This concrete flooring method transforms boring or ugly floors into unique designs such as natural stone, brick, slate and granite.

Both brick and stone patterns come in an assortment of pattern styles and textures. All concrete stamping designs provide a palette for custom colors in grays, reds or browns.

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Metrocrete Concrete Flooring

Fairfield, CT 06824

Fairfield County: 06824, 06825, 06828

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