Textured Epoxy Floors For Your South New Jersey Business
Quartz Epoxy is an excellent way to finish your concrete slab for many reasons. It’s textured finish makes it a great non-slip floor for any garage, business, or industrial space. We often apply the quartz aggregate in a double broadcast to ensure every area has an even and uniform texture and finish. When you choose Floor Skinz to do your Quartz Epoxy flooring, you can rest assured that your floor will receive the greatest care and will end up amazing everyone who sees it.
People have referred to quartz flooring as a “ceramic carpet”, this is actually the brand name that Sherwin Williams has given to a few of their double broadcast epoxy quartz flooring. Quartz floors are actually any floor in which quartz is used as an aggregate to harden or create a non-slip texture. Quartz can be broadcast into epoxy or urethane slurries or into each system on its own. It can also be broadcast into polyaspartic or polyuria.
Decorative quartz blends for epoxy floors are consistently among the most popular flooring options, along with epoxy flake floors. One of the reasons they are so popular is because they have such a wide range of color and texture options. Whether you’d like something subtle and neutral or want to make a bold statement, there’s a quartz blend that will fit your needs.
Terrazzo is a great example of a beautiful high-end flooring option that comes with an equally high-end price tag. It’s also an impractical option for high-wear areas, like a business or industrial space. Decorative quartz, on the other hand, can achieve a similar look at a much lower cost. Plus, it will last longer and require minimal maintenance
Another reason why our New Jersey clients choose quartz epoxy flooring is that they have a variety of textures. You can tailor your texture to meet your needs. No matter what type of quartz epoxy flooring you choose, you can trust that it will stand the test of time. If you’d like to learn more or get a quote for your project, contact Floor Skinz today.