Garage Floor Coating Contractor With 18 Years Experience servicing the Farmington Mn and surrounding area, We specialize in the application of Quartz Garage Flooring. Quartz Flooring has been around since the start of epoxy flooring. I personally have been installing this type of floor finish since the late 1990's. The Quartzite Flooring System combines multi-colored aggregates permanently imbedded in a tough clear epoxy. This allows the color of the floor to be the color of the Quartz selected and is generally a three color mix creating a tweed like or terrazzo like appearance. Quartzite has universal interior use in institutional, commercial, industrial and residential applications. Ultimately however, Quartzite is an Epoxy Floor System offering durability, impact resistance, chemical resistance, decorative value and ease of cleaning. Available in a smooth or non-skid finish.
Quartz Flooring offers a more decorative appearance than the pigmented Floor System, making it suitable for residential shop or garage applications. A Quartzite Floor in your attached garage will make the garage seem like another room in your house. This floor system is also ideal for residential basement or playroom areas, wet bar areas, pool or bath houses, garden rooms, hot tub areas, screened in porches, gazebos, landings, stair wells, pet rooms, etc.
Commercial applications include Educational facilities, Hospital and Health Care facilities, Kitchens, Food Processing plants, Laboratories, Pharmaceutical plants, Penal Institutions, Bathrooms, Animal Hospitals, Kennels, Retail areas, Office buildings, Industrial or Manufacturing facilities, etc.
Quartz Flooring is a standard of the epoxy flooring industry and has many imitations with all the chip and flake type floor systems on the market today. Basically you can sandwich any type of fine aggregate or particles between layers of epoxy and create a floor coating. There are three key components that make this a good floor: 1) The Epoxy that is used as the binder; 2) The flake, aggregate or particles being used allow for saturation of the epoxy binder. Saturation by the aggregate means that the epoxy binder is able to bond to itself between coats creating a solid floor covering. If the aggregate blocks the epoxy binder between coats, then delamination of the floor is possible; 3) The flakes, aggregate or particles having a top coat of epoxy encasing them and not just laying on top of the epoxy when sprinkled in. Over the years, I have seen trends or fads come and go with the use of such fillers as paint chips, crushed glass, pecan shells, colored flakes and other assorted particles all trying to copy a good idea - - Quartz Flooring.