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Polished Concrete Floors
Concrete floors that are polished use a similar grind and seal technique as epoxy applications – except for the fact that buffing it with gradually finer grit, smooths the cement into a shiny, semi shine or matte finish. A similar appearance to polished concrete can be accomplished by using decorative overlays, which have a more controllable finish in application. Self-leveling concrete is used to create this type of flooring, which presents an exquisitely flawless surface area like those seen in banquet halls, showrooms and museums. These floors are often found in retail stores and large, upscale department stores. Pigments are available and used with polished concrete floors, and are available for application in a wide variety of green and brown tones found in nature and additionally in a variety of shades of red, blue and yellow. A rainbow of colors are available.
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Stained Concrete Flooring
Stained concrete floors are a uniquely attractive flooring option that is excellent for retail stores, restaurants, offices and even in homes. Decision makers have two or three choices for the final color applications; acid stain or concrete dyes. Each produce different results you’ll be impressed with. Property owners sometimes request a leather look for their flooring surface with acid staining then other color stains or dyes are introduced for additional enhancement.
A broad area can be enhanced with shallow cuts to produce any number of patterns in flowers, borders or even a brand logo. Then further colorized with stain or dyes. Stains and dyes will embellish any other concrete flooring like polished concrete, decorative overlays, and even grind and seal floors benefit. Then the application of additional sealers in epoxy or urethane for greater wear and tear.
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Stamped Concrete Flooring
Stamped Concrete beautifies indoor and outdoor floors. Many times, concrete stamping is applied on existing substrates, specifically on exterior areas and even interior, such as backyard entertainment areas, around a pool or even a sitting area near the barbecue or eating area. Stamped concrete suggests a limitless selection of colors including numerous textures. The masterful pro combines acidity and hardener which can produce a a superb visual elegance.
Stamped concrete patterns can resemble many types of rocks. Stamped concrete can resemble brick patterns like herring bone, or even basket weave. By including stamped concrete, it adds beauty and functionality to your home and residence.
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Epoxy flooring solutions are available as a paint or a coating, providing not just a visually graceful floor, but permanent defense layer of any concrete surface. We’d love to hear from you. Call us in Flushing. Epoxy Flooring types encompass both paint based and heavily built up chemical resistant coatings. Epoxies, as engineered products are made of a resin and a hardener. They’re usually paired with polyaspartics or urethanes as the top surface.
For an elegant – or dramatic – flooring solution, investigate the universe of finish colors and textures created by the addition of sand, color chips or quartz. Call Metrocrete, because our Epoxy Floors are used in a myriad of locations in Flushing, including in commercial kitchens, warehouses, dog kennels, laboratories, loading docks, basements, health care facilities and the list goes on and on.
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