Stained Concrete 2

If you have been considering adding color to your concrete floor, stained concrete is one of the excellent options available. Your floors will produce luminous translucent tones with stained concrete, rather than the solid or opaque look that paints give. The results of stained concrete can be anything you want it to be. You can mimic stained wood, natural stone, tanned leather, or even polished marble. Concrete staining has become the popular option for people looking to enhance their residential or commercial concrete floors.


Stained Concrete floors

Your home just got more appealing! Just about any room in your home can be stained. Let’s not forget about the exteriors too! No matter the kind of style, look, or decor you are trying to achieve for your home, stained concrete is going to help you achieve your result. From modern and elegant to simple-farmhouse style, you can stain your floors to match your style. Common areas of the home where stained concrete is used includes:

The entryway









stained concrete floors

You can practically transform those ordinary concrete floors in your office building, retail outlets, etc, into a work of pure art that gets your customers or clients gushing every time. Plus, stained floors are durable too, and you can choose to incorporate your business logo into the floor. Stained floors are suitable for most commercial spaces. Some include:



Restaurants/ Commercial kitchens


Retail stores

Car dealerships




Benefits of

Stained Concrete


Stained concrete floors don’t wear, scratch or fade. Hence they are perfect for residential and commercial spaces.

Easy to maintain

No need to go out of your way to maintain concrete stained floors. The routine sweeping, mopping, and maintenance will do the trick. You don’t need to use harsh cleaning solutions.

Optimal Indoor Air Quality

Stained floors don’t trap allergens, dust, dirt, mold, smoke, odor, or Volatile Organic compounds (VCO). This ensures that the air you breathe is clean, and reduces maintenance costs.

Environmentally Friendly

Stained floors are safe for both humans and pets. For one, they are UV (Ultra Violet) light-resistant. They also promote good indoor air quality, have minimal waste, and are durable

Beautiful and Stunning

Stained concrete floors are beautiful. The wide range of colors it offers gives you the opportunity to customize your floors just the way you want them. Plus it can mimic the most expensive of floors including marble, granite, travertine, and sandstone.


Concrete staining Process

Step 1

We clean and prepare the concrete surface.

This is the most important step as the concrete must be rid of dust, dirt, adhesives, oil, mud, stains, and sealers.

Step 2

Apply the stain.

Whatever type of stain you have chosen to go with, this is where the application starts.

Step 3

We neutralize the stain.

After the stain must have sat for a while, neutralization begins. This step is crucial. It ensures that any extra acid buildup is removed.

Step 4

Seal the surface.

We use sealants to protect the floor further. The type of sealant we use depends on if it’s an interior or exterior concrete slab. For interiors stained concrete floors, we might apply liquid concrete wax for further protection.

Do you want high-quality and durable stained concrete floors?


Here’s what you can do to get started today.

Staining your concrete floors is as easy as 1,2,3.

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We evaluate your concrete slab, see if it’s suitable for the concrete solution you need, give our recommendations, and send you a quote.


You heard right - relax! We deliver your floor - just the way you want it, in no time. Never have to worry about your concrete floor again.



Got questions about concrete polishing? Find answers to frequently asked questions below.
Like other floors, stamped concrete can be slippery when wet. To prevent this, we add a non-slip additive to make it slip-resistant.
It is advisable to reseal every 2 -3 years. This ensures that the protective coating for the concrete is always intact
It’s not advisable to power wash your stamp concrete. If you do this, over time, the sealant is going to break. This makes the concrete open to trapping dirt, dust, and debris, shortening the lifespan of your floor.
Routine sweeping and rinsing with water will remove dirt, dust, and debris. Never power wash. For tough stains like tire marks or oil that water might not remove, use gentle chemicals to get rid of them. Reseal from time to time to keep your stamped concrete floor intact.