Our Urban Stone premium finish is manufactured on site, and is a 4 coat, 10 step system, using high quality epoxy, vinyl flake and polyaspartic. Flakes or fleck, are specially formulated paint aggregates used to enhance the aesthetic qualities of seamless, resin-based chip/flake flooring systems.
This unique product is random in shape – and even though other flake floors may look the same, the cheaper floors are inferior by way of;
Sized within a standardized range, with many colour options to choose from they can be either smooth or rougher to incorporate a non-slip element.
Apart from the specialised workmanship and highest quality materials, we create a floor that is 2 millimetres thick. That’s up to 8 times thicker than cheaper floors.
One way we achieve this is by what’s called a broadcast to rejection process. It means we keep applying flake on the floor until it simply won’t take any more, completely blanketing the epoxy layer in flake.
Cheaper floors cut corners by sprinkling flake on cheap epoxy for decoration. This cheaper process does not actually contribute to the strength of the floor at all.
If budget is your prime concern, and you are not as concerned with the longevity, durability or quality, we can offer the basic Urban Stone finish.
Bottom line – choose Urban Floors premium Urban stone and get a long lasting, high quality floor with a 10-year warranty.
Attributes of our premium Urban Stone:
Flake floors are continuing to gain popularity amongst architects, designers, contractors and consumers, because of their unique properties that deliver complete customization to commercial, residential and industrial floors with a wide range of color-styles, texture, and sizes, and won’t crack or peel or harbour bacteria.
Super hard wearing, available in anti-slip and easy to clean, they have a wide range of applications and are used extensively in garages, and other areas where a long lasting, durable, easy to clean surface is required.
Disclaimer: Colour range swatches are indicative of colour only and samples should be viewed prior to selection.