Epoxy Floor Coating Color Chart

Epoxy Floor Coating Color Chart Samples

Here is a sampling of colors available for epoxy flooring. Color combinations are unlimited and can be designed for your next project. Though most of our customers choose gray or tan, there is a full palette available for decorative applications.

We have the typical base colors of tan, gray, blue, green, yellow, black and white. Each color can be modified with decorative chips or quartz with unlimited color combinations.

Chips or quartz are added to epoxy topically while still wet. Then after drying, excess chips or quartz are cleaned off. Then the high build clear top coats are applied. For added protection, non slip aggregate can be added. Our protective top coats have tremendous clarity ensuring the colors achieve maximum visual appearance.

Choosing the Right Epoxy Floor Coating for You

We have numerous epoxies from ultra high performance systems that can be applied in cold temperatures, to thin epoxy paints for low traffic areas.

The technology developed in recent years has enabled us to provide almost as many performance options as with color on our epoxy floor coating color chart.

No matter what your use, whether a laboratory requiring extreme light and cleanliness to warehouse and garage floors, we have a system and the contractor network for your project. Size of your project, access and use of the space and decorative requirement all factor into pricing and appropriate system. Whether 500 square feet or 50,000 square feet, we’ve got you covered.

Call us at (866) 835-6595 to discuss your project. Our line of epoxy systems includes topical moisture barriers, epoxies, polyaspartics, color chips, quartz and tools for application. We provide technical support for architects, engineers, contractors and end users.

We have additional color charts that you can download for each system including our concrete overlays and self leveling systems. Colorants include, iron oxide pigments, liquid integral colors, acid stains and dyes.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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