Concrete Flooring Options
Easy to clean and versatile, concrete also mimics the look of stone at a lower cost. Although it always has a rough-hewn quality, it can be dyed, scored, and textured to create many interesting looks. Hairline cracks are commonplace and may appear as the material ages.
Before it is fully cured, concrete can be stamped to create any sort of surface texture. Decorative tiles and metals can be inlaid for a custom look. Because concrete is porous it must be sealed for protection against embedded dirt and stains.
- Planning Your Flooring Project
- Preparing a Room & Floor for New Flooring
- Installing Ceramic & Stone Tile: How To Install Tile
- Installing Wood Flooring: How To Install a Wood Floor
- Installing Laminate Flooring: How To Install a Laminate Floor
- Installing Resilient Floors: How To Install a Resilient Floor
- Installing Carpeting: How To Install Carpet
- Installing & Staining Cement Overlays: How to Install Cement Floors
- Installing & Finishing Baseboards: How To Install Baseboard
- Paint & Epoxy: How to Apply a Paint or Epoxy Floor Coating
- Floor Repair: How to Repair & Maintain Floors