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Most times existing concrete slabs maintain imperfections like cracks, discolorations, holes, or other flaws and sometimes repairing the spots can be noticeable or unattractive. There’s no need to rip out your existing concrete and replace it if it’s in good condition. Our epoxy system will give your concrete floor an economical transformation creating a smooth, aesthetically pleasing, polishable concrete surface.

Stellar Surfaces offers three types of epoxy coating systems: solid color, chip system and metallic.


Solid Color

This type of epoxy is perfect for a floor that takes a beating. It is a solid color 2-component epoxy that will stand up under high pressure. With this system, we can provide features such as high-gloss, low odor, solvent-free, low viscosity, abrasion, and chemical resistance. It can be applied as a 12 to 50 mil coating system. We recommend this finish for kitchens, janitorial stations, medical facilities, garages and anything dealing with oils or chemicals.

Chip System

This epoxy system is similar to the solid color epoxy but is more customizable to give a unique look to your floor. The epoxy is laid down at a thickness of 1/8 to a 1/4 of an inch thick with vinyl chips spread throughout. The advantage of the vinyl chips is the endless customization. Not only is this finish a durable option for your garage, office, bathroom, school or medical facility, the orange peel like surface adds texture and grip.

Metallic Coating

This dynamic type of epoxy-based system allows you to replicate the dazzling look of nickel, copper, aged bronze, silver, and other shimmery patinas. Some of these coatings contain real metallic powders, while others use special reflective pigments.

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Epoxy coatings can be installed over properly prepared concrete slabs. Manufacturers recommend applying a primer first to improve the epoxy to concrete bond. Installers mix the two-component epoxy resin with the desired decorative aggregate (if used) and then pour the material onto the slab. Sealer is then applied which makes the surface more resistant to water, chemicals, oil, grease, acids, and solvents.