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Are you interested in concrete flooring? We all know that cement-based overlays have been around for a long time, but this beautiful decorative option has been making a comeback in recent years, and rightfully so. Overlays made from polymers can be applied in layers as thin as a credit card or up to several inches thick without the worry of delamination or break down. These polymers adhere to the existing concrete and improve its resistance to damage from anything from chemicals and UV exposure to abrasion.

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  • Oro Valley
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  • And more!

Benefits of Concrete Flooring

Residential and commercial decorators are drawn to concrete floors because of their flexible use of color palettes. Stained concrete is a very popular choice for interior floors because its use of earthy tones and warm hues can subtlety influence the feel of a space. Concrete can be colored in such a natural way that it blends extremely well with other elements in a room, causing you to overlook that it's a concrete floor at all.

Here are some additional benefits of concrete floors:

  • They can greatly enhance the integrity of an architect's or interior decorator's Southwest or modern designs.
  • Concrete flooring is easy to change, especially when it comes time to sell your a home
  • New home owners that move into a house with concrete floors can easily place carpet or wood on top of the slab.
  • Concrete flooring work great in areas of the country where there is a lot of sand or snow.
  • For people with allergies concrete floors are a good alternative to carpeting.

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Stamped Concrete Patterns and Design

It's a common and beautiful enhancement to place patterns and stamps into a concrete floor. With today's techniques it's possible to make concrete resemble anything from brick and slate to flagstone and cobblestone. If you were to buy floors made from these materials it would cost a pretty penny, not to mention require far more upkeep than a stamped concrete floor. This makes stamped concrete much more cost effective while still allowing you to achieve the look you have in mind. Our service allows you to stamp anything from driveways and courtyards to patios. Contact us today for a free, no obligation quote.

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What does concrete flooring cost?

So what does concrete flooring cost? The cost of your staining project will always depend on 3 factors: the complexity of the stain, how much preparation the surface requires, and the size of the project in terms of square footage. To give you an idea of your average project, a one-coat application of stain on concrete that doesn't need a lot of surface prep will run around $7 to $15 per square foot. A more elaborate staining project that involves integrating multiple colors and special design details can cost $20-$25 per square foot or more. You can find out what your staining project will cost easily by telling us a little about your vision and letting us give you a free, no obligation quote.

Frequently Asked Stained Concrete Questions

Will the concrete stain color fade?
The good news is that concrete stains penetrate into the actual surface so the color is very durable and lasts a long time. When the job is done correctly the color will not fade, chip, or peel away.

How do I maintain stained concrete?
Although concrete staining is permanent and doesn't flake off like paint, the fact is that it only penetrates the top layer of the concrete surface and will eventually wear away as the surface is worn by traffic or weather exposure. To help maintain the life of the stain it is a good idea to protect exterior stained concrete surfaces with a clear sealer. Similarly, with interior floors you should use a good floor wax. It is vital that you clean the flooring periodically by dry dust mopping and occasionally wet mopping with a neutral-pH cleaner.

What Is the difference between acid stains and water-based stains?
Acid-based concrete stains consist of metallic salts that are inorganic and are diissolved in a solution of acid and water. Acid stains penetrate into the surface of the concrete and react chemically to form a permanent bond. The resulting color is translucent instead of opaque, and this is what gives you the deep, rich tones and marbling effects that makes staining so attractive.Water based stains are non-reactive, meaning there is no chemical reaction taking place, so the color is more consistent. Water-based stains are typically a blend of acrylic polymers and pigments, and fill the pores of the concrete surface to produce a colored film or coating. Most of these products are also low in VOCs (volatile organic compounds) and safer to apply because they are free of solvents and acids.

What special effects are possible with stained concrete?
Stained concrete designs are vast and can be made to mimic everything from polished marble to natural stone. We can even make your floors look like stained wood.

Can all concrete be stained?
The general answer is yes, as long as the concrete was poured correctly and consistently. Both acid and water-based stains can be applied to new or old concrete. These methods can also be used both indoors and out, on everything from concrete floors and kitchen countertops to pool decks and driveways. The most important factor to consider is the condition of the surface. If the concrete is covered by grime, glues, coatings, curing membranes, or sealers they can prevent the stain from soaking in. If the staqin can't soak into the top layer then it won't be able to penetrate and achieve full color development.

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