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Metallic Epoxy Floor

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What is Metallic Epoxy Flooring?

Metallic epoxy flooring can look like colored glass or natural stone such as slate. It’s best to say that metallic floor coatings have a signature look you can find nowhere else and yet they can withstand the test of time, and Milwaukee, Wisconsin winters. Its way to turn drab concrete into a beautiful floor that makes people say “wow.” The strength of epoxy with the metallic flooring effect works exceptionally well in places like auto showrooms, hotel lobbies, hair salons, and retail floors. The luster and mirror effect keeps things light and breezy while also giving you the performance of an industrial-strength concrete coating.

The advantages of metallic epoxy include:

• Easy cleaning and dusting
• Highly resistant to scratches, cracks, peeling, and more
• 800% stronger than concrete alone
• Anti-skid and slip resistant (not slippery when wet)
• Earth-friendly and VOC-free
• Specially formulated for the East Coast climate (indoors or outdoors)
• Tons of colors options for modern or traditional, cool or warm tones

Often, people choose a matte surface or add vinyl color chips or mineral flakes to create the appearance of natural stone. Metallic epoxy flooring has been growing in popularity for those who want something a little sleeker. Metallic floor coatings put a stylish spin on the strong, durable protection of epoxy.

Epoxy Flooring Milwaukee, WI offers metallic epoxy floor coatings, ranging from earth tones like driftwood and sandcastle to bold choices like plum and shamrock. The metallic finish we create makes a crisp and modern look with flowing style. Our company offers a proprietary epoxy floor coating that outperforms other options like paint and staining. It’s also longer lasting. We offer a lifetime warranty for residential systems. Combined with a metallic floor coating, you get professional-grade concrete floor coating along with designer style.

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