Decorative Concrete Floors for Furniture Stores

Decorative Concrete Floors for Furniture Stores

The application of decorative concrete floors for furniture stores is a popular use nation wide for Duraamen products. The photo above shows why.

Decorative concrete flooring for creating an image in a furniture store has unlimited possibilities. Color, texture and design have custom options only left to the imagination. Add durability and low maintenance and it really is the perfect design and function choice.

We have various decorative concrete products and systems.

  1. Skraffino – This is a thin overlay that comes in a base white or gray polymer modified cement. It produces a natural sandstone appearance. Integral colors can be added as well as topical dyes and stains to produce a natural finish. Epoxy and polyurethane seal coats enhance and protect the floor.
  2. Pentimento – This overlay is thicker than Skraffino and produces a polished concrete appearance. Application is much more technical than Skraffino with rich results. Epoxy and polyaspartic sealers and finish coats provide a durable beautiful finish.
  3. Param – Self leveling overlays applied up to 1/2 inch thick. Integral colors, dyes and stains along with saw cuts will produce a unique surface. Our seal coat systems enhance the appearance with a durable low maintenance finish.
  4. Epoxies – Traditional epoxies with chips or quartz plus our line of Lumiere metallic epoxies open up additional options for many uses.

If you are looking at creating a new image or looking into flooring options for furniture stores, contact us to discuss the floor size, pricing and design options. Our contractor network is nationwide. We can help you find the appropriate system and contractor for your project.

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