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Polished Concrete Floors
A polished concrete flooring application will utilize the same progressive sanding/sealing method as epoxy, but polishing concrete with progressively finer grit, refines the cement into a shiny, semi shine or matte finish. A similar appearance to polished concrete can be gotten with a decorative overlay, which may offer yet another choice to address your flooring requirements. This type of process requires the use of self-leveling concrete which offers an uninterrupted, elegantly flawless surface, frequently found in galleries, showrooms, and museums You can find concrete overlays anywhere you see a large floor space – even a warehouse. Color pigments may be used on polished concrete floors, in natural green and brown shades found in nature, as well as reds, blues and yellows. A gamut of color possibilities are available.
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Stained Concrete Flooring
Stained concrete floors are one of a kind, low maintenance flooring surfaces which are ideal for residential use. Architects call for their use in modern, open concept or more traditional home styles. Homeowners will choose one of two colorization systems; acid stains or concrete dyes. Both will produce a different result you’ll be impressed with. Dyes and staining will beautify other types of concrete like polished concrete, decorative overlays, and grind and seal work. Experts then layer on sealant in epoxy or urethane for added strength and protection.
You can achieve a leather-like appearance by using dark, rich brown tones then, stains or dyes are introduced for more limitless possibilities. Many designers create even more interest by having installers cut into the surface creating any number of patterns, or custom tile looking borders. Then the surface is further stains or dyes can be applied.
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Stamped Concrete Flooring
Stamped Concrete beautifies indoor and outdoor floors. Generally, concrete stamping is layered onto fresh concrete, covering interior or exterior surfaces like, front walkways attractively curving around flower beds leading to your home. Inside the entrance hall could be a neutral color of stamped concrete and provide low maintenance. Stamped concrete patterns can resemble many types of rocks. Stamped concrete can resemble sandstone or Ashler Stone that is randomly interlocking.
When including stamped concrete. it becomes a more livable space with safe walkways around your home. Stamped concrete supplies a vast combination of textures and colors. The talented expert uses the right amount of acid stain to the concrete to create an artistically pleasing design.
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Epoxy floor coating alternatives can be either paints or a coating, providing not just supple flooring elegance, but durability and protection of concrete interior or exterior walking areas – engineered for strength without compromising style. You can find us in Oyster Bay. Whether you’re looking for simple elegance or brazen artistic expression in your flooring, appraise the wide range of resplendent colors created by mixing in quartz, sand or pigments.
At Metrocrete, our Epoxy Floors have covered it all in Oyster Bay. Including in showrooms and retail stores, basements, warehouses, dog kennels, residential garages, laboratories and so much more we can’t name but a small sample of locations! Engineered epoxy flooring solutions run the gamut from very durable paints to thick application of chemical resistant coatings. Epoxies are engineered as a resin with a hardener component. Often combined with urethanes or polyaspartics as the final coat. Or coated with just a clear epoxy.
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