In recent years, epoxy floor flake systems have exploded in popularity. With their attractive appearance, rock-solid finish, and business-friendly price point, flake flooring systems are perfect for both residential and commercial applications. At Garage Coatings.com, we make flake flooring installations easy with our line of epoxy floor flakes, including our brindle chip flakes.
Our brindle chip epoxy floor flakes will give any floor an extraordinary finish. Available in 1-inch and ¼-inch sizes and over ten different colors, these epoxy floor flakes have a gorgeous striped finish that will give any floor a truly one-of-a-kind look. We recommend combining these two sizes of flake for your installation, starting with the 1-inch chips, then using the ¼-inch chips to fill in the remaining areas.
Our brindled epoxy floor flakes work well with any epoxy flake system, but they work especially well with the Roll On Rock® system from Garage Coatings.com. The Roll On Rock® system is an exclusive Garage Coatings.com product, delivering the extraordinary strength and appearance that our products are known for.
The foundation of our Roll On Rock® system is our 4195 Direct-to-Concrete Epoxy. This American-made, America-strong epoxy has been rated the strongest concrete epoxy on the market. Tested against competitors, 4195 Direct-to-Concrete Epoxy delivers a stronger, more-chemically resistant finish than other similar products. This system also offers excellent MVE protection to stop moisture-related damage.
By combining our brindled epoxy flakes with the Roll On Rock® system, your next installation will deliver an exceptional look, combined with exceptional strength.
You can purchase our brindled epoxy flakes as part of a larger purchase or as a standalone product.
This is just one of the reasons that professional installers rely on Garage Coatings.com. Our factory-direct business model, bulk pricing, and discounts for repeat customers have made us a premium supplier for professional installers across the United States.
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