Decorative concrete is a budget-friendly way to add to your home’s resale value through creative landscaping. The fantastic thing about cement is that we can manipulate it. We copy the appearance of expensive materials without breaking budgets.
Your walkway, pool deck, driveway, entryway, or courtyard don’t need to be bland and uninspiring. Decorative concrete can fill these spaces with rich, beautifully textured stone or tile-like surfaces.
Indoor spaces can use this technique as well. Bathrooms and kitchens can end up with decorative concrete to look like expensive stone tile or wood.
A skilled concrete contractor can pour concrete in a way that mimics travertine, cobblestone, decorative pavers, and more. Combined with staining and polishing techniques, only you will know that you didn’t drop a small fortune on beautiful patios.
What is Decorative Concrete?
Decorative concrete is popular in high-wear areas that standard materials might not be able to handle, like walkways and patios. Indoors, mudrooms, laundry rooms, utility rooms, bathrooms, and kitchens are great places to try decorative concrete for faux hardwood or tile.
This flooring solution is a great option to combine with radiant floor heating. Concrete naturally has excellent thermal mass properties. Meaning it can hold and maintain heat for longer than traditional tile floors.