Get Creative with Your Concrete Flooring


If you have been researching decorative concrete floors you have no doubt come across many different features and benefits. The list goes on and on with benefits like: non slip, easy clean, grout-less, seamless, waterproof, impact resistant etc..

Now that you know concrete is definitely the floor you want in your home or business it’s time get creative with the options that you’re choosing fromCustom Concrete Floors Ottawa Custom Work

If the concrete floor professional that you hire doesn’t offer a specific look that you were going for don’t be afraid to ask him or her to try something new.

You can actually do just about anything with concrete overlays and coatings because of how versatile they are. You don’t have to be repetitive on your floor with the finish, color, pattern and texture that you choose. Feel free to co-mingle different styles and even different flooring systems to create one unique looking floor.

Check out our gallery and see some of the creative floors we’ve finished!

You can have a portion of your floor that looks like regular concrete with sections and patterns going throughout with other textures like wood or natural stone.

Why not throw a high definition picture into the mix and really have something unique?

If you are looking for something modern with a more classic or rustic decorative twist, why not choose polished concrete with a slight stain and then a contrasting border with a different decorative finish such as epoxy or a concrete overlay?

In some cases, you may have some areas of your floor that are damaged but overall the concrete is beautiful, you can always go crazy with the different textures and styles available and use them to mask problem areas in concrete that can’t be recovered visually.

Take the opportunity that decorative concrete offers you to be creative and do something that will stand out against all of the usual floor options we are all so used to seeing. Contact us today!

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