Interior Concrete Flooring is becoming one of the most popular methods of finishing a concrete slab floor. Concrete is often used as the foundation of a building. It is now becoming easier to convert an already solid surface into a long lasting floor finish.
Interior Concrete can be stained, polished, resurfaced, leveld or any number of finishes can be applied.
Concrete floors are hip in construction and design. A concrete floor can be stained, colored or otherwise personalized. Floors made of concrete are often a center point of an interior design. They are often useful in retail environments because of their longevity. Restaurants, offices and homes that get a lot of tread find concrete floors to be enduring and low maintenance.
Concrete flooring is very diverse. A concrete floor (the same as a cement floor, concrete is made from cement) can be made to look like tiling though overlays, or you can use the unique properties of concrete to do something truly individualized. Concrete is not limited to dull gray. Thanks to advancements in acid staining, overlays, floor paints, and aggregate mixtures, a concrete floor can be a colorful, radiating image.
Concrete floors are desirable for many people building their own homes or remodeling their current one. Not only are they low maintenance, a concrete floor can be easily covered over by later owners depending on their tastes.
Allergens and dust can collect in carpeting, adding another advantage of concrete floors.
HOW TO STAIN A CONCRETE FLOOR
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PRODUCTS AND TOOLS
• Acid Sprayers
• HVLP Sprayers
• Wet Vacuumes
• Acid Stains
• UV Stable Stains for Outside
• Sealers and Coatings
CONCRETE FLOOR HOW TO'S
◊ Choose the right color for your floor
◊ Prepare a floor for an Acid stain
◊ Wet Vacuumes
◊ Acid Stains
◊ UV Stable Stains for Outside
◊ Sealers and Coags