Pebble Rockô Flooring:
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What is Pebble Rock Flooring?
Pebble Rock Flooring is a high-quality epoxy flooring that
utilizes the finest quality epoxy binders with a vast selection
of aggregate rocks, glass or quartz.
The average thickness of the finished Pebble Rockô epoxy flooring
product is one-half inch on average. Thicknesses greater than
one-half inch may be applied to account for depressions in the
substrate. Of course, more material will be required, but the
nominal additional cost is worth the investment to provide a
smooth surface appearance in the finished installation.
Originally developed for outdoor installations around pool
decks, patios, porches, sidewalks and driveways, our epoxy
flooring is quickly gaining popularity for indoor installations
for both commercial and residential applications.
Homes susceptible to flooding are an ideal application for our
Pebble Rockô epoxy flooring because it cannot be damaged by
water, mud, sand or other debris. It will not discolor or lose
its bonding strength if subjected to flooding.
Cleaning epoxy flooring that has been flooded is as simple as
rinsing with clean water, using a stiff bristle brush to loosen
dried mud, sand or debris and finishing with a final rinse with
clean water once again. A wet shop vacuum is used to evacuate
the final rinse water.
Commercial office space as well as residential living space is
also ideal for epoxy flooring because of the porosity of the
finished product. Dust settles beneath the rock and epoxy
surface and does not get stirred up until it is vacuumed with an
upright or shop type vacuum.
Commercial vestibules and residential entries are also an ideal
location for our Pebble Rockô epoxy flooring because dirt, dust
and debris settles beneath the surface and is trapped until
vacuumed. Your epoxy flooring surface will continue to appear
clean and presentable.