Concrete Flooring on Madison Avenue, New York

Concrete Flooring 102 Madison Avenue NYC

Mirage Studios, a decorative concrete and artistic wall contractor completed the concrete flooring project feature here at 102 Madison Avenue NYC.

The project started with application of our Param 5500 self leveling concrete poured approximately 3/8 inch thick. This served to slightly raise the surface and level the existing flooring.

The following application was 2 coats of Skraffino a decorative overlay with an integral gray color called Iron Mountain from our extensive line of colorants.

To seal and protect the surface, Mirage Finishes applied our Perdure E32 water based epoxy with a top coat of Perdure U45 polyurethane. This system provides abrasion resistant protection that wears like iron. This is a very popular industrial application that is extensively used in high traffic areas like restaurants, retail stores and office building spaces.

In addition to our line of decorative concrete flooring overlays and colorants, we have numerous grades of high performance industrial epoxies.

If you are considering polished concrete as an option for your flooring, contact us to discuss the possibilities and for a installer from our extensive network concrete floor contractors.

Concrete Flooring 102 Madison Avenue NYC

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