Seattle Surfaces
Seattle Surfaces
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  • Kirkland, WA

Designer Epoxy Flooring for Modern Condo


This client had stained concrete flooring that was failing. The builder tried to fix things and only made it worse. We prepped the floor and installed a designer metallic epoxy floor with a urethane top-coat. The client was thrilled.
Designer Metallic Epoxy Flooring in Kitchen.
Designer Metallic Epoxy Flooring in Kitchen.
Designer Metallic Epoxy Flooring in Bathroom.
Designer Metallic Epoxy Flooring in Bathroom.
Designer Metallic Epoxy Flooring in Modern Condo.
Designer Metallic Epoxy Flooring in Modern Condo.
Designer Metallic Epoxy Flooring.
Designer Metallic Epoxy Flooring.
Designer Metallic Epoxy Flooring.
Designer Metallic Epoxy Flooring.
Designer Metallic Epoxy Flooring.
Designer Metallic Epoxy Flooring.
Designer Metallic Epoxy Flooring.
Designer Metallic Epoxy Flooring.
Original Failing Stained Concrete.
Original Failing Stained Concrete.
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1 question
  • Mike Williamson
    on Dec 4, 2015

    Looks great! That's a huge improvement over what was on the floor. What product was used and where do you buy it?

    • Seattle Surfaces
      on Dec 5, 2015

      @Mike Williamson It is Elitecrete Reflector Enhancer. They only sell to certified installers. Contact Elitecrete and you can find someone near you or you could attend training yourself.

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