Products & Services: Flooring

Across the country, decorative concrete is quickly becoming the flooring of choice for architects, designers, business owners and homeowners.

Concrete floors are easy to maintain, easy to clean and allergy free. But best of all, they are beautiful!

We offer acid-etched staining of your concrete floors. Our process will give your floor a rich beauty that cannot be achieved with any other flooring material. Acid stained floors will enhace any decorating style. We work with you to create a design for your floor that is truly one-of-a-kind.

About acid-etch staining:

Acid stains can be applied to new or old concrete floors.

Even though they are called acid stains, acid isn’t the ingredient that colors the concrete. Metallic salts in a water-based acidic solution react with the hydrated lime in hardened concrete to yield insoluble, colored compounds that become a permanent part of the concrete. The acid opens the top surface of the concrete, allowing the metallic salts to reach the free lime deposits. Water from the solution then fuels the reaction, usually for about a month after the stain has been applied.

Every concrete floor will react differently to the stain. But in general, cements that produce larger amounts of calcium hydroxide during hydration show more stain color, so higher cement content in the concrete tends to yield more intense colors.

Acid stain color chart

Whether its new conctruction or a remodel project, we can turn your concrete floors into a work of art.

Acid stained concrete floors are:

  • cost effective, usually less expensive than tile or hardwoods
  • durable, they last a lifetime
  • unique, each floor is truly one-of-a-kind
  • low maintenance, as close to a no-maintenace floor as you can get
  • allergy free, a great alternative to carpet if you have allergies
  • versatile, they tend to take on the character of the room
  • elegant, simply beautiful

Check out our portfolio for examples of some of the floors we have created. Also, look at The Concrete Network's gallery of floors created by artisans across the country.