Quartz Epoxy

At Dancer Concrete Design, we see concrete of all ages and in different conditions. This concrete was poured in 1965, covered with two coats of paint, and had pitting and cracks. While the concrete had seen its fair share of use and wear, it was structurally sound and just needed a new look.

The client chose to go with a quartz sand floor with an epoxy sealer. This was a four-step process that started with a moisture blocking primer (to prevent peeling), a 100% solid epoxy coat, quartz sand broadcast which created the mountain sage color, and a topcoat. This slip-resistant floor is perfect for the 3-car garage and we were able to take the epoxy up onto the foundation and steps to create one solid look. The topcoat provides a durable, scratch-resistant, and stain-resistant finish that will keep the 50-year-old floor looking like new.

Color: Medium gray

System: TreadWell Quartz