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full flake concrete flooring systems

Full flake concrete flooring systems are a popular and versatile option for both residential and commercial spaces. These flooring systems are created by adding decorative flakes to a base coat of epoxy or polyurethane, creating a durable and attractive surface that is resistant to abrasions, impact, and stains.

Our full flake applications are great for areas such as:
–  Garage floors
– Patios
– Driveways or walkways
– Utility Rooms
– Commercial kitchens

Some of the benefits of epoxy flake flooring include:

  • Durability and longevity
  • Unique and customizable appearance
  • Easy maintenance
  • Resistance to chemicals and stains
  • Slip-resistant surface
  • Cost-effective compared to other flooring options


Our Products

We use only commercial grade resinous products that are engineered to provide a stylish and sleek look while providing durability. Unlike traditional epoxy systems, our applications consist of polyurea (base coat) and Polyaspartic (top coat) that provide maximum durability, and protection against heat, chipping and UV light. Our systems are stain and weather resistant, anti-microbial, and abrasion resistant.

General Question

Full Flake Concrete Flooring Systems are made up of colored flakes or chips that are mixed into a clear or pigmented concrete surface.

Some of the benefits of using Full Flake Concrete Flooring Systems include durability, slip resistance, low maintenance, and customization options. They are also resistant to stains, impacts, and chemicals.

Yes, Full Flake Concrete Flooring Systems are slip-resistant, making them a suitable option for high-traffic areas.

 Full Flake Concrete Flooring Systems are easy to clean and maintain. They can be cleaned with a damp mop or cloth and mild detergents.

Full Flake Concrete Flooring Systems can be customized in terms of color and flake size, allowing you to create a unique look for your space.

The time it takes to install Full Flake Concrete Flooring Systems will vary depending on the size of the project and the complexity of the design. On average, installation can take a few days to a week.