YOU CAN HAVE YOUR CONCRETE
AND ENJOY IT TOO
Transform Ugly Concrete
Why lay flooring over your concrete when you could seal it and enjoy its character? These Floors floors affords you the ability to enjoy a waterproof floor where your wear surface is actually a protective coating. Concrete can always be stained before it is sealed to create a completely custom floor to fit the design of your space. Sealed Concrete may be your best option if you're a fan of the concrete look but your area will be used for serving or selling food and beverage (but not necessarily abused by heavy use such as a commercial kitchen; for those areas you may consider an epoxy coating).
spill and chemical resistant
rich in character
A GOOD GRIND GOES A LONG WAY
As with epoxy coatings, the prep work before installing a sealed concrete floor is extremely important. The concrete must be ground to remove contaminants or failed material, and also refined to achieve a uniform and smooth surface. This ground and refined state leaves the concrete pourous and profiled and will ensure proper adhesion of the coating.
Sealed concrete is often stained and there are dozens of colors to choose from when installing stain-sealed concrete. Check the bottom of this page for a color chart or visit our tools page. We also offer three different levels of finish sheen depicted in the chart below; gloss, satin, and matte.
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE?
Sealed Concrete is truly the hybrid of polished concrete and epoxy coatings. Just like polished concrete, the end result is rich in character and offers a unique finish every time, while the installation process mirrors that of an epoxy floor. Our clear coatings are made of up of 2 components that are mixed together, applied to the floor and then rolled out. These coatings are water based and extremely low VOC, which makes them a great option in occupied spaces.