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Stained Concrete Floor Coatings

Concrete floors are versatile, durable, and even trendy. If you’re looking for industrial chic – or simply a surface that will wear well even as it’s abused by tires, tools or foot traffic – concrete is a great choice. Unfortunately, concrete in its natural sidewalk-appropriate state is also unrefined, often dusty and dull in color.

The solution: stained concrete floors from a reputable concrete floor coatings contractor. The experts: Custom Coatings.

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Why Stain a Concrete Floor?

Said plainly, stained concrete is just really nice looking. Choose a color from bright gem tints and rich, natural hues, to more subtle enhancements of your concrete’s natural grays, and the result is a mottled, organic aesthetic. Stained concrete basement floors are easy to clean and feel rustic and warm. Stained concrete garage floors hold up well to automotive spills, weekend projects and rolling tires.

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What are Some Concrete Stain Types?

Some great stained concrete choices.

Our Work: Before and After

Roofing, painting and coatings are about transformation. Slide the arrows to see the difference experience and education can make.

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The Custom Coatings Learning Library

Covering your surfaces is only half the job. Education is the rest. Get started with information about our products and processes here.

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