Building Home Equity and Value with Sustainable Decorative Concrete Floors
Acid stained flooring treatments are becoming an increasingly popular staple in Colorado with all many long-term benefits for homeowners. These beautiful floors have quickly caught attention with consumers due to their low maintenance and striking appearance. With the changing seasons and temperatures in the Rocky Mountain region, homeowners are more susceptible to additional water damage, flooding, cracking and other costly issues. Where traditional carpeting used to be the norm for homeowners, they are recognizing the cost and hassle of replacing carpet instead of exposing and exaggerating the beauty of their floors is not only more practical but more advantageous.
The process of turning a typical basement floor plan into a personalized and conversational piece for homeowners is very appealing. Similar to the popular trend of resurfacing driveways in the Spring, homeowners and those fixing and flipping are taking advantage of amplifying what assets their home currently has and turning them into a work of art. Besides increasing the curbside appeal and value of their homes by acid staining and protecting their basements or driveways, the savings are significant.
Local resident, Mary Edwards was delighted and surprised that resurfacing their driveway and walkway costs a fraction of what it would to replace it. She stated enthusiastically, “These guys did an excellent job, they are very professional. They got to the base of the cement and just made it look beautiful. We’ve had nothing but compliments. We are so excited to share this with everyone.”
The process itself is as unique as each project. Since the acid reacts directly with the available minerals and rusts in the surface of the concrete the finishing flaws and imperfections create an unimaginable result that is striking. Personalization is ensured as the stain reacts with each surface differently. While many have tried DIY projects like this is can be very dangerous and is best to leave it up to a professional that can get exactly what you want and make it last.
“Beautiful Concrete Stained floors are becoming the showpiece in today’s modern homes – the patterns of the concrete as it reacts to the stain are different for each customer – making their floor truly one of a kind,” stated owner, Dan Yalacki of Concrete Restoration Systems. “These floors give a home a showpiece look, and carpet is starting to be viewed as a liability when it comes to resale value.”
Concrete Restoration Systems has worked with client’s homes, both interior and exterior for decades in the Colorado area. Basements, exterior patios, driveways and even commercial floors all can professionally be stained to accentuate the natural beauty of a home or office with a new look. The company has developed its own products to ensure the quality and performance of the treatments, such as the Duracrete 2000 micro-topping system with metal reinforcing. The architectural design backgrounds of the professionals at Concrete Restoration Systems are changing the face and surfaces of Colorado’s homes and leading a new makeover for homeowners inside and out.
ABOUT CONCRETE RESTORATION SYSTEMS:
Concrete Restoration Systems is Denver’s premier decorative contractor, providing Colorado homeowners with the ultimate in custom designs and installation for all of their decorative concrete needs. Proudly serving Colorado and the greater Denver Metro Region for nearly 40 years under the same ownership, CRS provides its clientele with the ultimate in quality resort-style living in their own property. With a full-time architectural, CRS ensures its clients get the most out of their decorative concrete investment from resurfacing to personalized acid stained floors.
Dan Yalacki firstname.lastname@example.org 303-435-3335
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