Let us turn your unsightly, hard-to-clean concrete floor into a bright, safe, easy-to-maintain surface.
Choose among a wide variety of attractive and durable, state-of-the-art protective systems.
B&K Painting specializes in epoxy and acid staining concrete floors.
Features of Epoxy:
- Added beauty. Floors are decorative, utilizing colored pigmented resin or colored quartz aggregates
- Oil and stain resistant
- Seals and is a seamless and impervious membrane. Dirt and bacteria can not penetrate or settle in the floor.
- Protects and is impact Resistant. Epoxy flooring is tough whether you apply a flexible coating or thick poured floor
- Chemical resistant and floors can withstand chemical attack from water, sugars, acids, solvents and caustics.
- Resist hot tire pick up
- Makes any concrete floor easy to clean. The more coats you apply the smoother the surface gets.
- Adds color
- Skid resistant. By applying quartz aggregate in different sizes you can obtain varying textures.
Acid Staining :
It is perfect for high-traffic areas and is very affordable. When applied to a finished concrete floor Acid Concrete Stain transforms an ordinary concrete slab into a luxurious floor, resembling marble or glazed stone.
Unlike paint, Acid Concrete Stain reacts with the minerals already present in the concrete, giving it the look and feel of the natural stone. Each concrete slab accepts the stain in varying degrees of intensity, creating stunning, multi-hued color variations and an uneven surface that looks perfectly aged.
Although they are often called acid stains, acid isn’t the ingredient that colors the concrete. Metallic salts in an acidic, water-based solution react with hydrated lime (calcium hydroxide) present in hardened concrete to yield insoluble, colored compounds that become a permanent part of the concrete.
The “acid” in chemical stains open the top surface of the concrete, allowing metallic salts to reach the free lime deposits. Water from the stain solution then fuels the reaction, usually for about a month after the stain has been applied. Chemical stains can be applied to new or old, plain or colored concrete surfaces.