Concrete flooring is the most durable and offers the most protection from water intrusion. For residential customers, it's used mostly outdoors and in garages. Though there is a trend in modern homes to use polished concrete throughout a home or acid stained concrete for the patio and pool deck. This can be seen in some Miami architecture, for those looking for stark modern feel, or the convenience of beach living. You can literally just hose it down. It is much easier to clean than tile and can be polished to a high gloss mirror-like sheen, or left in its natural matte. It's an inexpensive and durable flooring that lasts in the humid South Florida environment.
Without having to dig up your existing concrete, we can use one of our overlay systems that will have your outdoor space looking as good as new. This surface can be stamped, colored and textured to customize the look. This is an inexpensive solution to an outdoor area, without any excavation or disposal costs.
We can polish your interior existing concrete or a new color stained pour to a glass-like sheen. We use a series of diamond pads to get that smooth reflective, high-end finish. This will turn your garage floor or interior space into a work of art for a more dramatic look.
We use a penetrating stain that can be used on a new pour or existing concrete that will dramatically change the look of your current space. Color can be mixed into the new pour, we can even add flecks that will reflect light like quartz for a more interesting look . For existing applications, we use an acid stain.
This method is a combination of hydrochloric acid and metallic salts. When applied, they react with the Calcium hydroxide in the concrete. This application is very complicated and the surface must the properly prepared. We strip the sealer, apply a degreaser, apply stain prep, scrub, buff, apply TSP, rinse, dry, sand if necessary, apply two coats of acid, a neutralizer, and a sealant. It's a lengthy and complicated process. The concrete must have cured for at least 30 days, and be less than 10 years old in order for this method to work properly. Handling these dangerous products in not for the DIYer. Hire an experienced and properly trained professional to do this.
These are made from pigments and acrylic polymers. They come in a large variety of colors, instead of the traditional brown or gray hues. This method penetrates well and is permanent, so choose your color wisely.
Regardless of the method you choose, we'll have to clean and degrease the surface, make necessary repairs, and in some cases apply a micro top coating of concrete. We'll come out to inspect the concrete and let you know which options are best suited for your space. Then once we know the method and application, we can discuss the aesthetics of color selection, texture, and sheen. We'll have your space looking new so you can enjoy it with family and friends. Your job will be done right.