For a one-of-a-kind floor.
Stained flooring has become very popular in recent years due to its versatility and cost. Stains are being used for more than just retail big-box stores and showroom floors.
It provides a beautiful surface that is durable and easy to care for.
As with natural stone, you can't expect acid stained floors to be uniform or have an even tone because each floor reacts differently from slab to slab. These unique qualities are what make acid-stained concrete so desirable.
We have been fortunate to install it in many commercial and restaurant settings in Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia, as well as in residential homes.
(Above) #1: A retail shop in Jacksonville's Tinseltown area with an acid stain over existing slab; #2: A restaurant in the Fleming Island area with a waterbased stain over existing slab.
(Above) This is a residential floor with acid stain applied on the existing concrete slab floor.
(Above) This is a residential floor. with acid stain applied to a resurfaced vinyl floor.
For a one-of-a-kind surface.
(Above) Waterbased stain on a large residential pool deck.
(Above) This is a floor at a dance club/bar with a waterbased stain applied on a resurfaced slab.
This is a residential floor. Waterbased stain applied on a resurfaced slab.
(Above- before) Commerical floor/Restaurant with a waterbased stain over brick, tile and freshly poured concrete floors.