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Epoxy Coatings

Epoxy coating is becoming more and more popular in today’s world, with its wide variety of types able to suit anyone’s needs. Below is a list of different epoxy coatings you can choose from to best suit your needs.

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Floor Epoxy

For convenience, we have grouped the types of coatings based on the place of application. Below you will see the main types of coatings for use on floors.


Flakes Epoxy

An awesomely unique coating, flake color chips are a patented combination of resin, filler, and pigment. Random-shape gives each space customized texture and always results in a random, yet standard size blend that enhances a coated environment beautifully.

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Metallic Epoxy 

Latest trend in decorative concrete, metallic coatings  add a shiny patina and stunning  3D effect to floors. Made of 100%-solids   epoxy and blended with metallic pigments, these coatings are self-leveling to create a seamless floor that becomes the focal point of  residential or commercial designs.

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Solid Color Epoxy

The Solid Color Epoxy Floor Coating is one of the most popular for Commercial and Industrial concrete floors.​

Our Solid Color Epoxy Concrete Coatings are just as durable and protective as all of our other systems.  It is slip resistant, as well as chemical resistant and easy cleaning.

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Quartz-Filled Epoxy

Quartz-Filled Epoxy Floors: Quartz epoxy flooring is a combination of a high-performance epoxy polymer resin and stained quartz grains. This epoxy should is utilized for decorative spaces that require sanitary and slip-resistant properties.

Where to Use: locker rooms, restrooms, schools, cafeterias, lobbies, offices, showrooms, and more.

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Gravel Epoxy

Pea gravel mixed with epoxy creates a strong durable flooring material that you can spread over your front porch for an attractive change in the porch's appearance. The gravel, which comes in a variety of colors, sits on the surface of the porch, held in a binder of epoxy that helps the gravel lay smooth and level. 

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3D Epoxy Floors

Epoxy 3D floor installation process involves laying down a layer of self-leveling primer followed by the desired image. This is then treated with a transparent two-component epoxy or polyurethane to give the perfect image depth. 

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We should also mention polyaspartics. This material has many of the qualities of epoxy coatings, while being resistant and more durable, but also more expensive. The indisputable advantage of polyaspartics is a much faster drying time. Therefore, we have one more option - one-day installation. Using this polyurethane material, we can make you a garage, for example, in just one day!





Under Construction

Epoxy coatings could be applied at a variety kind of spaces, such as:

- Garages. Epoxy is one of the toughest, most durable finishes you can use on your garage floor. It protects against stains and moisture, it's easy to clean, and it can give a garage an attractive, professional appearance.

- Residential houses. Epoxy is a very safe coating for your hard floors. It's slip resistant, shock resistant, and less abrasive than concrete and other types of industrial flooring. ... Some homeowners even choose to have epoxy flooring in their mudrooms, kitchens, bathrooms, or really anywhere.

- Commercial. Epoxy coatings are used over concrete floors in a variety of commercial and industrial applications such as in manufacturing plants, commercial and retail stores, industrial plants, warehouses, hospitals, showrooms, garages, airplane hangars, and more.

-Outdoor spaces. Epoxy is one of the most durable floor coatings available for outdoor spaces. It’s easy to install, lasts for a long time and is relatively inexpensive (especially compared to other outdoor flooring options). Plus, this floor coating is perfect for decks, patios and driveways thanks to its waterproof features.

NON-Floor Epoxy

Epoxy coatings can also be used on completely different surfaces. The most popular application types are listed below.


Countertop Epoxy

If you want to renovate your countertop or get a unique pattern on it, or make a brand new stone-like countertop for a much lower price - epoxy countertop coating is your choice! And the quality of the coating will be comparable to natural stone!

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Backsplash Epoxy

An excellent replacement for ceramic tiles with a unique one-piece pattern. Moreover, you can get original textures - whether it be an imitation of a natural stone or some kind of abstract art composition. Installation is carried out with one slab per surface and in a fairly short time.

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Shower Pan Epoxy

Using epoxy for a shower room is a great opportunity to get exquisite design and unsurpassed quality at an affordable price. Epoxy Shower Panels are installed in solid slabs and are often indistinguishable from expensive stone panels.

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Wall Panels Epoxy

Choosing epoxy wall coatings in the interior - you make the design of your room unique and inimitable. We can offer a variety of options using a huge number of colors and techniques.

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Any Surface Design Art Epoxy

In general, we can use epoxy in a wide variety of places. Custom projects, tables, bar counters and so on - everywhere you can add a little unique style and artwork.

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Flakes Epoxy

Color Flake, also known as Decorative Flake, Color Chips, Vinyl Color Chips, or Fleck are specially formulated polymer paint aggregates utilized to improve the aesthetic attributes of resinous flooring systems. It is made up of a combination of acrylic and vinyl resins and generally composed of resin materials, organic minerals, additives, and various pigments. The thickness of a thin flake is typically 3 – 5 mils. Color Flake product is random in shape, sized within a standardized range, and can be also custom blended to reach optimal appearance and texture qualities with a resinous flooring system and match any décor.

Metallic Epoxy

Metallic epoxy is a special multi-layered epoxy floor coating system that incorporates the use of a metallic additive mixed into a clear epoxy coating to create exotic effects. This metallic powder continues to move through the epoxy as it cures creating the lava flow or pearlescent design. Because of this constant movement of the metallic pigment, even floors that use the same colors will never look the exactly the same, making each floor truly unique.

Here at Key Construction It we offer three different types of metallic epoxy systems depending on where the coating will be applied, your budget, and the look you are trying to achieve. All our metallic coating systems use the same commercial-grade components as our other products, meaning these systems can be used almost anywhere and are incredibly easy to clean & maintain.


Solid Color Epoxy

The Solid Color Epoxy Floor Coating is one of the most popular for Commercial and Industrial concrete floors.​

Our Solid Color Epoxy Concrete Coatings are just as durable and protective as all of our other systems.  It is slip resistant, as well as chemical resistant and easy cleaning.

Many Commercial and Industrial Clients choose a solid color epoxy floor due to budgeting and they just want functionality out of it.  They want some decorative look but not as much as our Flake Epoxy Coatings or our Metallic Epoxy Coatings provide.

Quartz-Filled Epoxy

Decorative Quartz adds an overall shine and pleasing appearance to a hard working floor.  These flooring systems combine high-performance epoxy polymer resin with multiple colored quartz grains which results in a floor that’s decorative, sanitary, slip-resistant and exceptionally durable.  This monolithic, durable epoxy flooring solution is ideal for low to medium duty traffic areas that would benefit from an attractive floor.  There is a wide array of color blends for you to choose from to create just the look you need.  With the inherent nature of the sand being broadcast in the epoxy resin, these systems are skid and slip resistant that can be increased or reduced by the thickness of the topcoat being applied.


Gravel Epoxy

While you may think of gravel as gray and boring, these tiny stones actually come in a wide variety of colors, shapes and textures. Spread on outdoor surfaces, pea gravel makes for a naturally beautiful finish that requires very little maintenance. When mixed with epoxy resin, this material can also be installed indoors to create a durable floor finish that adds character to the home.


3D Epoxy Floors

Epoxy 3D Floor is gaining increasing popularity. Epoxy 3D floor has been used more and more in shopping malls, halls, offices, homes and apartments due to its creativity and high performance. This is the latest fad in the fancy floor world.

Epoxy 3D floor installation process involves laying down a layer of self-leveling primer followed by the desired image. This is then treated with a transparent two-component epoxy or polyurethane to give the perfect image depth. A level of protective varnish is the final step.

Not like a sticker or painted vinyl that is directly under your feet, the installed epoxy 3D floor gives the perception of depth and is impervious to all sorts of damage that would usually affect floor decorations.


Countertop Epoxy

Epoxy countertops give homeowners an opportunity to refinish their existing kitchen or bathroom to transform their surfaces or to finish an installation with higher quality. You apply the product directly to the countertop, coating it to give the item an entirely new look. This option gives you the chance to make the space usable without the need to replace or refinish the entire section.

The issue that many homeowners face with an epoxy countertop involves the nature of the product itself. Because the product hardens quickly, it can be challenging to work with this surface option from a DIY standpoint. Messes happen frequently.

By choosing Key Construction, you get quality service based on many years of experience.


Backsplash Epoxy

Since epoxy is so long-lasting and easy to maintain, it is ideal to use for a backsplash in your kitchen or bathroom. It will accentuate the wonderful decor in your kitchen, as well as be easy to clean. With epoxy, you can choose colors and embed items that are perfect for your kitchen. Backsplashes can add both color and style to your kitchen, and through our simple process, one can be easily included with your countertop resurfacing.

We provide quality custom epoxy backsplash services to customers mostly in Colorado and other areas on demand.

Shower Panel Epoxy

Say goodbye to cleaning grout lines and boring single-piece shower walls. Epoxy shower panels are low maintenance and a beautiful way to refinish your tub or shower surround. Because epoxy shower panels will be completely seamless and waterproof, you will not have to worry about any water damage and cleaning will be easier than ever.  

Shower Pan Epoxy is the latest and most high-end way to finish a wall without spending a fortune. It is also proven to be the most time-effective way to complete an accent wall or ceiling compared to many other competing products. Use this service for an even quicker way to coat over your pre-existing shower walls making them seamless and water-resistant.


Epoxy Wall Panels

Epoxy coatings can also be used for wall decoration. Want -  to make the texture of the stone - not a problem. Want to try some fantastic art wall panels - we can. Moreover, it is also much cheaper than using natural stone in the design of the walls.

Choosing epoxy wall coatings in the interior - you make the design of your room unique and inimitable. We can offer a variety of options using a huge number of colors and techniques.


Art Design Epoxy

The enormous design possibilities of epoxies can be used anywhere. Furniture elements, custom tables, wall paintings, decorative installations - only your imagination can limit. You have an idea - Key Construction will turn it into reality!


Materials We Use:

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At Key Construction, we use a combination of high-grade tinted epoxy base coats with a clear polyaspartic topcoat.  On the first day the concrete is prepped with a dustless mechanical grinding process. The floor is then coated with an epoxy into which vinyl flakes are broadcast. The following day the floor is scraped and cleaned for a smooth textured profile. A polyaspartic clear topcoat is then applied and the floor typically cures by the next morning. This two-day process is generally accepted in the industry as the superior application process.

We recently had a customer trying to decide between our company and a competitor.  Our competitor was offering a one-day garage floor coating application using polyaspartic materials for both the basecoat and topcoat.  At first thought, a one-day install sounds enticing but is it really what is best for the quality and longevity of your garage floor coating?  Let’s take a look.  Polyaspartic materials are fast curing and UV Stable. This is most beneficial when used as the clear topcoat in a garage floor coating system because it means there will be no effect from prolonged exposure to sunlight and typically allows the floor to back in use in 24-36 hours. When it comes to the basecoat component of the system (the material layer applied directly to the concrete after prep) we believe that epoxy is the ideal choice. We recommend only high-grade epoxies are used as a basecoat and this is based on years of experience and recommendations among major coating suppliers.  The reason is simple since epoxies cure much slower than polyaspartics, they can penetrate much deeper into the pours of the concrete before curing and this creates a much stronger adhesion. This process allows us to complete a floor coating system as a two-day installation.

Be cautious of contractors using polyaspartics to achieve a one-day installation.  Because the materials cure so quickly it allows them to complete a floor in just one day.  That’s right, just one trip out – imagine how much more profitable it makes them to spend only one day at your home.  It all sounds great until the floor starts having issues a few years later.  Polyaspartics simply do not bond as well with concrete as epoxy.

Another drawback of some polyaspartics is that they can be 25% less solid than comparable higher-grade epoxies and polyaspartics.  This means they contain solvents that evaporate out as the material cures.  This means that when the floor dries it will be 25% thinner and has a strong solvent smell as it cures.  This can affect the longevity of the flooring system.  At Key Construction, we only use 100% solid epoxy and polyaspartic materials that contain no solvents and are VOC free. In the end, our advice is to stick with the process and materials that have been proven over years in the residential garage flooring industry.

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