As every job needs the correct tool, every floor needs the correct coating. Through a few quick questions we can assess what is most important to you whether it be style, functionality, durability or cost. We can then recommend the best option for you whether it be epoxy, polyurethane, polyaspartic, metallic, urethane cement or a host of other products.

By partnering with the top coating manufacturers we can provide the highest quality products and installation for any size job and for any need.

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Color Flake

A timeless, durable system with a fast installation time. A great system when a decorative floor is desired that is reasonable on the budget. Flakes are also great at hiding imperfections in well-worn floors.

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A floor that is both beautiful and durable. These floors are extremely thick and will outlast most other flooring options with almost no maintenance. They are truly a showpiece and are great for retail spaces, offices, cafeterias, stadiums or anywhere a floor is needed that must look good and be able to take a beating.

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Solid Color

A strong, easy to clean floor that has very clean look. Durability can be tailored anywhere from a single coat of primer to a multiple layer floor with 100% Solids Epoxy and a Polyurethane top coat.


This floor is the ultimate in durability. One or multiple layers of quartz sand are embedded in an epoxy or polyaspartic coating. A great non-slip coating for heavy commercial or industrial use.

Urethane Cement

A mix of polyurethane and Portland cement. This floor has extremely high strength, chemical and heat resistance. It is applied at 1/8th to 1/4 inch thick, typically with a broadcast media of quartz sand. This floor is extremely quick setting and is tolerant of surfaces that have moisture issues.

full flake flooring


quartz flooring


solid epoxy