Decorative concrete is one of the fastest growing sectors of the construction industry. Stamped concrete, epoxy flooring, acid stain and custom concrete floors have become the trend for most new construction and remodeling projects. Architects are specifying decorative concrete more and more. The need for decorative concrete contractors that can perform these finishes is growing at an exponential rate.
Stamped concrete projects are popping up in places never before thought of. Strip malls, governmental offices, big box department stores, housing developments and even condominium complexes just to name a few. Stamped concrete contractors are in high demand due to the heightened interest and affordability of stamped concrete.
Epoxy flooring offers the customer the option of a super, durable, seamless floor. This means no grout lines to get dirty, no seams to peel not to mention that epoxy flooring is beautiful. Concrete floors that get coated with these systems provide years of wear with virtually no maintenance. Epoxy flooring is FDA compliant and can help a project earn L.E.E.D. points.
Acid stain is a chemical reactive stain used to color concrete floors. There are acid stain floors that have been around for at least the last one hundred years and some speculate longer. Using acid stain to color concrete floors creates an old world effect only seen in natural stone. The color will never fade or peel. Concrete floors and stamped concrete can both be acid stained and will last a lifetime.
Concrete floors are in every commercial building in the world and in many residential properties as well. Concrete floors provide a great canvas for all decorative concrete applications and finishes. The options are endless when it comes to coating concrete floors. There has been an explosion in the last 10 years of public awareness. This has created a huge need for contractors to apply these decorative concrete finishes such as stamped concrete, epoxy flooring and acid stain to keep up with the demand.
For those of you interested in offering these types of decorative concrete products or becoming an applicator of these types of finishes; contact us today and let us help you get started.