Whether you seek a Tuscan, Southwestern, Contemporary, Architectural, Old World, Traditional or a completely unique style, acid-etched stain by Cavado Concrete makes a stunning concrete floor choice. Stained concrete has become a preferred flooring choice in many luxury homes and upscale businesses throughout New Jersey, because of its aesthetic quality and green advantages. Staining your concrete floors is a great way to bring color and creativity to your home or businesses’ inside floors or outdoor patio. Both interior and exterior concrete can be stained in a variety of colors and design options. Ranging from intricate, multi-colored patterns to more traditional and subtle tones, the creative possibilities are endless.
Acid Stained Flooring Process
Transform the look of your dull, worn out concrete with acid stained flooring by Cavado Concrete. Stained concrete floors are a cost efficient way to add color and a stunning finish to otherwise flat, gray concrete. We are able to achieve these stunning looks by using an acid and water-based stain that etches and deposits mineral coloration deep into the concrete’s surface. After the stain application is set, it take anywhere from 1 – 4 hours for the reaction to take place. Once it has, the residue from the etching is removed and the finished result can be sealed for additional protection against scratches or stains. Depending on your color and style choices, the finished look can mimic expensive marble or imported granite for a fraction of the cost!
Stained Concrete Maintenance
Homeowners and business owners not only choose stained concrete because of the extraordinary design options and affordable price tag. In recent years, consumers have leaned towards stained concrete as a flooring option because of the incredibly low maintenance lifestyle it affords. Similarly, those suffering from allergies will find stained concrete a far superior choice over carpet or wood flooring. For indoor stained concrete floors a simple dry dust mopping once every few weeks will remove dust; an occasional wet mopping with a neutral-pH cleaner will bring the shine right back in high-traffic areas. For exterior stained concrete, keep the surface clean by sweeping or leaf blowing dirt and debris. To remove stubborn dirt, scrub with a mop or medium-bristled brush and mild cleaner. It is a good idea to reseal your outdoor concrete every 2 years as they will experience more wear-and-tear than your indoor floors.
Call Cavado Concrete for Stained Concrete Flooring
Whether you have an existing concrete floor you’d like stained, or you want to replace your current flooring material, Cavado Concrete is here to help you achieve your desired look – quickly and affordably. Give us a call at our office location in Riverside, New Jersey to discuss stained concrete flooring options for your home or business.