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Accent It approaches each epoxy floor coating project as a unique situation. We believe that there is no such thing as a “one size fits all coating”. With each potential customer, we seek to understand as much about the project, expectations, and budget in order to provide the best possible product at a reasonable price. For example, if you are selling your home and need to spruce up your garage for resale, you wouldn’t opt for an expensive, exotic metallic coating. Our coatings can be customized in a myriad of fashions from infinite colors and color chip combinations, varying degrees of slip resistance, and artistic techniques which will leave the viewer mesmerized in awe.

Our team is licensed and insured with a vast knowledge of floor coating options to fit your needs as well and your budget!

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Residential & Commercial

Garage floor, warehouse floor, & Concrete repair & Resurfacing

Professional Grade Concrete Coatings

SCHEDULE APPOINTMENT

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We prep the surface by grinding the concrete to insure a mechanical bond.

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We then repair and smooth out the area by filling in any pits or cracks.  We can also fill your seams or joints for a beautiful seamless finish

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Next we combine your desired base color and paint chip combination. Creating a beautiful thick layer of protection.

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Last but not least. We apply two layers of industrial strength top coat sealer to your new floor. 4 times stronger than epoxy alone, scratch and stain resistant, chemical resistant and UV protection.

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4 LAYER FULL CHIP POLYURETHANE SYSTEM

This 3 ply, 4 layer coating it designed to give you a beautiful, professionally installed and durable garage floor at a reasonable price.  
Can be customized by increasing or decreasing the density of the chip broadcast and color of chips and base coat.  The high gloss polyurethane clear coat provides exceptional durabiity for a high traffic area!
This coating consists of:

  • Diamond Grind Prep and Repair the Concrete

  • 2-Part epoxy primer coat (tinted to your choice of color)

  • Partial Chip Broadcast (choose from light, medium, or heavy density)

  • A coat of sealer to lock down the chips 

  • 2-Part High Gloss aliphatic polyurethane Clear Top Coat

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4 LAYER FULL CHIP POLYASPARTIC SYSTEM

This 3 ply 4 layer coating is more durable and longer lasting. It is great for all of the same applications as the Polyurethane coating. Can also be customized by increasing or decreasing the density of the chip broadcast or colors. It’s added durability comes from the High Gloss Polyaspartic Clear Coat! This coating consists of:

  • Diamond Grind Prep and Repair the Concrete

  • 2-Part epoxy primer coat (tinted to your choice of color)

  • Partial Chip Broadcast (choose from light, medium, or heavy density)

  • A coat of sealer to lock down the chips 

  • 2-Part High Gloss Polyaspartic Clear Top Coat

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5 LAYER FULL CHIP EPOXY-POLYASPARTIC SYSTEM

This 4 ply 5 layer Coating is as durable as they come! It is great for almost any application but is most popular in garages and commercial areas where added grip and slip resistance are necessary. This Full Chip Coating has the appearance of a granite countertop and is smooth enough where you can walk on it barefoot, but textured enough to provide traction even when wet. This super durable coating consists of:

  • Diamond Grind Prep and Repair of Concrete

  • 2-Part Epoxy Primer Coat (tinted to your choice of color)

  • 2-Part High Gloss Aliphatic Polyurethane Coat

  • Full Chip Broadcast to Refusal

  • 2-Part High Gloss Polyaspartic Clear Sealer Coat

  • 2-Part High Gloss polyaspartic clear Top Coat

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FAQ'S

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What preparation is needed prior to applying the new surface?

When we prepare your concrete for installation, we will be using a combination of sanders, pressure washers, muriatic acid, and grinders, depending on the requirements for creating an ideal profile. Chemicals will be used for removing adhesives, oil, or paint. Don’t worry. We come prepared for just about anything since we know that each and every surface presents its own individual challenges and idiosyncrasies.

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How often will resealing be necessary?

Ideally, it should be re-sealed every two to four years, depending on the amount of traffic it had seen, exposure to sunlight, and how often it has been cleaned. The optimum time for resealing is when it starts looking dull, is hard to clean, or if water starts immediately penetrating the surface. After application of a fresh sealant coat, your floor’s colors will be fully intensified and easy to clean again.

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Can you repair cracks?

There are a number of methods and price points involved in concrete crack repairs. The method we use is determined by several factors, including your budget and size of the cracks, as well as the type of material that will go over the crack i.e. coating or tile, etc. Also, no matter what method is used for filling a crack, it could reappear. That’s why, we may recommend a specific pattern, like flagstone, for working repaired cracks into our design, disguising the crack and making it easier to repair in the future if necessary.

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How will the surface stand up to discolorations, tire marks, & stains?

Every one of our applications is finished off with a seal coat, which will make the surface non-porous. This will prevent discoloration and excessive fading caused by UV rays. The majority of stains, such as those caused by animal urine, the calcium in water, oil, or tire treads, will easily wash off.

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How long do people & pets have to stay off the surface following application?

Once the sealant is applied, you have to wait 24 hours. In addition, waiting three days is recommended prior to putting heavy boxes or even light furniture on it. And, avoiding putting appliances, heavy furniture, or vehicles on your new surface for four to five days is also recommended.

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What is the difference between Polyaspartic & Polyurethane top coating?

Polyaspartic floor coatings offer better abrasion, chemical and UV resistance than Polyurethane.  Polyaspartic also cures quickly, allowing you to return to service quicker than polyurethane.  They are both great products and create a beautiful long lasting floor coating.

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