How an Acid Stained Floor is a Great Basement Alternative to A Finished Basement
Traditionally, installing carpet or hardwood flooring in a basement was the norm. Not today! With the latest advancements in concrete enhancement, new systems are driving consumers to these beautiful, low maintenance floors. Flood resistant, stain-resistant, easy to clean and plain stunning!
The stain takes on the character of your existing concrete with all of its beautiful flaws, creating an ever-developing and unique look on every floor. Every project is different and no two look the same with a multitude of colors and color combinations to produce a work of art as the centerpiece of any project.
You’ll love these floors. They feel substantial to walk and play on, they’re great for folks with pets and children as they clean up easily and have unbelievable durability. The days of mildew carpets, carpet cleaning and water damage are over.
Begin with a free consultation with an architect and project planner to discuss the project and the desired look. Next, samples are put together based on the discussion so you can see what the project will look like after completion. It is a hands-on process that keeps the client in mind. It’s fun and the process ensures that you will get the exact look you had in mind.
Another great alternative to conventional flooring is Micro-topping. This process is a building of patterns, colors and textures to achieve the appearance of stone, smooth trowel with stain, leather and much more. It’s also a hybrid application that repels water and is extremely durable. There are about 15 colors to choose from and mix and match to create the perfect floor for any room.
We welcome you to visit us at concreterestorationsystems.com for more information and ideas for these exciting flooring systems. You will really have fun creating the most exciting durable concrete floors for your unique project.
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