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Decorative Concrete - Becoming increasingly more popular among homeowners, business owners and architects by providing a new, decorative alternative to traditional types of flooring.

Acid Stain - Would you believe that these colorful floors that appear to be highly polished marble are less expensive than tile or wood flooring. Chemical reaction between the acid stain and concrete that does not peel, fade or crack.

Concrete - Is the new interior design king. Concrete can be molded into any shape, stained or dyed to match nearly any hue and exhibit textures ranging from rough to highly polished.

Sealers - Protect the surface from being stained by oil, dirt, grass cuttings, mold, rust and ultraviolent rays that can fade the color.

Allergy Friendly -
Does not harbor dust, dirt, pollen or other allergens.

Plain Concrete - Convert interior or exterior plain concrete into a beautiful work of art.

Damaged - deteriorated concrete can  be restored to have a new stunning appearance.

Resurfacing - Resurfacing is the process of applying a thin polymer cement overlay on top of existing concrete or wood.

Low Maintenance - The non-porous surface is easy to maintain and resistant to mildew, staining, and most chemicals

Concrete Overlays - Are ideal for interior or exterior applications. Exellent way to refashion your home.

Acid Stained Concrete - Easier to maintain than carpet, no replacing carpet or broken tile and far more appealing.

Architectural - Concrete overlays are one of the fastest growing sectors in the construction business today.

Overlay Advantages - Easy to install, Unlimited patterns, Unlimited colors, Installation time is quick and can be isntalled as a slip resistant surface.

Custom Designs - Unlimited possibilities for creativeness that will add a sense of beauty and timeless simplicity to your home.

Scoring - Can be added to your acid stained floor with a wide range of designs.
































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Stained Concrete Kitchen Brown in Arkansas

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Stained Concrete
Stained concrete is long lasting, versatile and easy to maintain. Acid stained concrete floors have become a cost-effective flooring choice for home and business owners. Techniques provide an elegant look that simulates marble, granite, travertine and other forms of natural stone and can be tailored to your particular taste to enhance your living or work environments. Stained concrete can be designed to blend seamlessly with other elements in a room. Discover how concrete flooring can be utilized in your next project.


Stamped Concrete with Roman Slate Pattern, Hand Carved Rocks in Living Arkansas

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Stamped Concrete
Stamped concrete is concrete that is patterned and/or textured or embossed to resemble brick, slate, flagstone, stone, tile, wood, and various other patterns and textures. Stamped concrete is commonly used for patios, sidewalks, driveways, pool decks, and interior flooring. The ability to resemble other building materials makes it a less expensive alternative to using those other authentic materials such as stone, slate or brick. Stamped Concrete is an easy choice for new construction and renovation projects.



Concrete Overlay of a Bedroom in Arkansas

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Concrete Overlay
Decorative concrete overlays can be applied smooth (Micro Overlay) like concrete or have texture (Textured Overlay). Texture means it's not smooth like concrete and there are several ways the texture can be applied. Overlays can be used on interior or exterior surfaces. They can be put over almost any properly prepared surface. Most remodel jobs are overlayed because the surface is contaminated with glue, paint, resin, and holes from carpet tack strips not allowing the surface to be stained properly.



Arkansas Brown Concrete Countertop

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Concrete is widely used in modern construction to resemble stone, marble, granite and many other types of building materials. Designers are using concrete to create distinctive tops for kitchen cabinets, islands, bathroom vanities, fireplace harths and tables. Concrete colors and textures are endless, you can mold it into just about any shape you can imagine, and it retains the advantages of solid surfaces. Concrete has become the new material choice for designers and home owners across the United States.



Picture of a Livivng Room with Brown Harwood Flooring

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Hardwood Flooring
Hardwood flooring is composed of two or more layers of wood in the form of a plank. The top layer (lamella) is the wood that is visible when the flooring is installed, and is adhered to the core (or substrate) which provides the stability. Solid wood products, on average, have a substantially, or slightly, thicker 'sandable surface' (the wood that is above the tongue), and can be installed using nails or bonding directly to a subfloor with an adhesive. . In many installations, however, engineered flooring can only withstand a limited number of sandings, versus solid wood, which can be sanded many times.



Laminate Floorig In Arkansas

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Laminate Flooring
Laminate wood flooring is made from composite wood pressed together at high temperatures.  The photograph or image of hardwood is then covered over the composite wood to form the laminate, thus is cheaper.  Laminate wood installation cost is on an average 50% less than hardwood. Hardwood flooring is made from harvested trees and depending on how exotic the trees are will depict the pricing. Hardwood is considerably higher to buy and to install.laminate wood flooring is made from pressed wood it is more durable and resists scratches, moisture and wear and tear better than hardwood flooring.



Kitchen Tiled in Ar.

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Tile Flooring
Tile flooring is generally used for covering floors, walls, showers, or other objects such as tabletops.Tiles are often used to form wall and floor coverings, and can range from simple square tiles to complex mosaics. Tiles are most often made from porcelain, fired clay or ceramic with a hard glaze, but other materials are also commonly used, such as glass, metal, cork, and stone. Tiling stone is typically marble, onyx, granite or slate. Thinner tiles can be used on walls than on floors, which require thicker, more durable surfaces.



Garage with Eepoxy Flooring in Arkansas

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Epoxy Flooring
Epoxy is a copolymer; that is, it is formed from two different chemicals. These are referred to as the "resin" or "compound" and the "hardener" or "activator". The resin consists of monomers or short chain polymers with an epoxide group at either end. Most common epoxy resins are produced from a reaction between epichlorohydrin and bisphenol-A. The hardener consists of polyamine monomers. When these compounds are mixed the resulting polymer is heavily crosslinked, and is thus rigid and strong.





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