Decorative Quartz / Ceramic Color Chart

A Grand Rapids, MI based epoxy flooring company
 

4 Color Charts - Standard Colors, Decorative Flakes, Decorative Quartz, Metallic

 
#330 Blue Stone #332 Charcoal #333 Garden Path
 
#334 Glacier* #335 Meadow* #336 Mt Sage
 
#337 Ocean #338 Onyx #339 Pearl Gray
 
 #340 Riverstone  #341 Sahara* #342 Wheatfield*
 
#310 Bramble   #311 Buccaneer  #312 Cottonwood
 
#313 Flintrock #314 Forest Green #315 Gray Fox
     
 #316 Oriental Spice  #317 Pumpkin Spice #318 Salt & Pepper
     
 #319 Sand Point  #320 Taco Red #321 Tropical Blue

 

Decorative quartz flooring aggregates are composed of uniformly shaped and sized quartz granules. They provide a decorative, durable, UV stable additive for resinous floors. Decorative quartz can be applied to achieve many different textures and levels of slip resistance to prevent slip and fall injuries and minimize liability. Decorative quartz aggregate is available in two sizes one for broadcast and slurry systems and a larger size for power trowel applications.

There are two primary trade offs in color selection between light reflectivity and the ability to hide dirt and wear.

  • The first consideration in selecting a flooring color is expected abuse and cleaning schedule. If a floor is going to be exposed to heavy abuse and a dirty environment and/or lack regular cleaning, a darker colored floor will better hide dirt and disguise wear.
  • If on the other hand a clean environment is desired, a lighter colored floor will show dirt better highlighting areas in need of cleaning. The lighter the color the more light a resinous floor will reflect thus increasing the ambient light allowing for reduced lighting and/or a better lit area. A high gloss, light gray coating will roughly double the ambient light over an uncoated concrete floor. The downside is in general the lighter the floor the more apparent dirt and wear are on the surface. These effects are even greater on a white floor.

Quartz Flooring

 

Service / Market Area:

For industrial and commercial flooring projects we work in Michigan cities such as Muskegon, Norton Shores, Newaygo, Traverse City, Big Rapids, Cadillac, Reed City, Mount Pleasant, Flint, Howell, Lansing, Jackson, Battle Creek, Kalamazoo, Hastings Plainwell, Otsego, South Haven, Benton Harbor, St Joseph, Holland, Grand Haven, and Grand Rapids. For residential garage projects we generally only bid on work within 30 miles of Grand Rapids, MI.