Seattle Surfaces
Premier installers of concrete resurfacing products including designer epoxy flooring, micro-toppings and overlays.

Services Provided
Concrete Coatings and Epoxy Flooring

Areas Served
Alderwood Manor, Ballard, Bellevue, Bothell, Brier, Clyde Hill, Cottage Lake, Eastgate, Echo Lake, Edmonds, Hunts Point, Inglewood-Finn Hill, Kenmore, Kingsgate, Kirkland, Lake Forest Park, Lynnwood, Maltby, Medina, Mercer Island, Mountlake Terrace, Newcastle
Contact: Dave Primc
Location: 218 Main St. #173b
Kirkland, WA 98033
License Number: seatts*88505
Commented: What kind of floors are these? The top photo is metallic epoxy. The bottom is a solid colored epoxy with a stencil. It is a bit tough to tell what the middle photo is. While the epoxies can have a like glass high gloss finish, t...
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Commented: What is the name of color used on this floor? @jana7764 This floor was done with a mix of Coffee and Avacado metallic pigments.
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Commented: Love the floors! You would definitely have to remove the wax and sealer. Both would be bond breakers. Epoxy likes a nice rough concrete profile to adhere to. Anything less will most likely result in problems.
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Commented: I live in NJ & want this in my basement - is there a contractor here? You can contact Fernando at Bodenkraft. They do great work and could definitely help you with something like this. Here is link to their website:
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Commented: Floor There are several manufacturers that make metallic epoxy systems and each would vary. Without knowing which system was used it would be tough to provide a universal link.
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Commented: What is the finish on the concrete - stained or painted? Are the cabinets custom? As I posted above, the floor is a metallic epoxy and the link goes to an epoxy flake broadcast tutorial. A Google search for 'metallic epoxy' will get you more information.
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