Different conditions require different flooring systems. At Epoxy Floors New Jersey, we have the right epoxy flooring system to match every condition.
Self Dispersing Epoxy
This type of epoxy flooring system is commonly used in warehouses or other settings where forklifts or heavy vehicles are often present. This is so because of its extreme mechanical strength.
Adding quartz sand to a self-dispersing epoxy flooring system gives it anti-slip qualities making it ideal for areas where liquids are often present. Examples of such include food processing plants and industrial kitchens.
Self Leveling Epoxy
This type of epoxy flooring system is easy to install over old and new concrete floors because they are smooth and seamless (easily levels).
Self-leveling epoxy flooring systems are beautiful and versatile. They are suitable for office buildings, warehouses, garages and more.
This is a decorate type of epoxy flooring system. They are often installed in garages, educational institutions, or other areas where logos, brand marks, and other decorative styles are added on the epoxy flooring.
Colored decorative flakes can be used to achieve a unique look for your epoxy flooring system. Multi-colored epoxy flakes are mixed with the epoxy resin while it is still in liquid form or have not hardened yet. The addition of epoxy flakes also gives the epoxy flooring an anti-slip characteristic.
Epoxy flakes are available in different shapes, sizes, and colors and can be made of natural mica mineral or synthetic materials.? They can also come in fine or coarse appearances.
With epoxy terrazzo flooring, flakes are used to create textured surfaces that can replicate the look of quartz, marble or any high quality finishes. The reflection of light on the floor makes the resemblance possible.
Vapor Barrier Epoxy
Vapor Barrier Epoxy can be installed over new or old concrete substrates. They are used to protect the concrete floor from liquid and water vapor.
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