There are a lot of different types of pavements that you may have around your home. You may want them to have a more attractive finish. Things like driveways and paths can have stamped concrete to give your home the look of old cobblestone roads. There are also options like acid staining, which can be used to create custom designs for patios and outdoor living space. Here are some of the options that you may want to consider for custom concrete finishes:
1. Give Your Concrete Colorful Designs With Epoxy Sealants
Some of the concrete finishes around your home, you may want to add a colorful finish to. This can be done with an epoxy coating for the concrete around your home. This is a type of coating that can be clear, have colored particles or be a solid color. It can be good for areas like garages, which you want to have a finish that is durable and resistant to stains from things like oil leaks. It can also be a good choice for areas like patios or for a finished concrete floor in the basement of your home.
2. A Custom Stone Or Tile Look With Acid Staining Finishes For Concrete
Another type of concrete finish that you may want to have for your home is the look of stone or custom tile materials. Acid staining is a great way to get this effect with concrete inside and outside your home. If you have areas that you want to have a custom finish inside your home, acid stained concrete may be an affordable alternative to materials like stone tiles. It can also be a good choice for finishing the concrete outside of your home.
3. The Look Of Stone And Brick With Concrete Stamping To Finish Concrete
If you want to have the look and texture of stone or brick, then you may want to consider a stamped concrete finish. This technique uses concrete forms that have patterns to stamp a textured look into concrete. After the concrete is stamped and cured, a coat of sealant can be added to protect the concrete and add color.
These are some of the options that you may want to consider for options for giving your concrete a custom finish. If you need help with adding finishes to your concrete, contact a concrete finishing contractor like Hofmann Concrete Construction LLC and talk with them about some of these options for a finishing the concrete of your home.Share