Our skilled craftsmen can take any existing company logo and embed it into your new Pebble Rock Flooring project.
If you prefer, we can work with you to create your own design to give your flooring a unique look that will help your customers to remember their visit to your location.
For the homeowner, you can add value and beauty to any area of your property such as driveways, sidewalks, garages, stairs, Jacuzzi and hot tub platforms, pool decks, patios, entry ways, kitchens, great rooms, hallways and much more.
Let your imagination be our guide!
Pebble Rock Flooring is Practical
Our Pebble Rock Flooring (rock and aggregate embedded epoxy flooring) is extremely durable with hardness tests exceeding 11,000 PSI in specially treated areas. Average hardness is from 5,000 PSI to 6,000 PSI. If hardness is a necessity, talk with us about increasing the PSI hardness for your location.
Field tests also prove the high quality of Pebble Rock Flooring in extreme climates that vary greatly in seasonal changes from hot, blistering temperatures to sub-zero freezing. Your Pebble Rock Flooring installation will withstand damage from exposure to extreme climate changes.
Pebble Rock Flooring is also approved by OSHA and the ADA as a slip-resistant surface, thereby increasing your compliance for public access and decreasing your liability for slips and falls by visitors to your location.
Pebble Rock Flooring is Easy to Maintain
Because Pebble Rock Flooring is designed to be porous, dirt and liquids fall away from the surface and are not visible. Dirt, small debris and liquids simply hide beneath the surface until they are easily cleaned and removed with a wet or dry vacuum or power washed at a later time.
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In addition to the colors above, we can blend two colors together to make a virtually endless choice of flooring colors. We also have colored glass in all shades for use in accenting your floor with logos or designs!
NOTE: There may be some color or shading variations between the colors shown on the monitor or in physical samples and the actual colors installed.