Established in 1996, we are one of the oldest decorative concrete companies in North Texas. Concrete Studio has grown into a co-operative of design, fabrication, and installation specialists, providing artisan quality at commodity prices.
We provide quality decorative concrete floors. Our original specialty, indoors and out: staining, sealing, scoring, overlays, refinishing and more. This includes patios, pool decks, driveways, walkways, interior floors, and more.
New Homes – Beauty and durability at a fraction (really) of the cost of hardwood and other ‘high-end’ flooring.
Existing Homes – Stained concrete can replace whatever is on your floor now – concrete of any age and virtually any condition can provide a great finished floor.
Commercial & Industrial – Performance floors for retail, restaurants, offices, etc.
Many of our client's construction or remodeling needs include specialties other than the floors we’re known for, and we can help. We design and fabricate custom concrete and metal products:
Countertops, Tabletops and Custom Furniture - unique & affordable.
Fireplace Hearths and Surrounds (our fastest growing specialty) – see what our make-overs can do.
Architectural and Decorative Metal – when ready-made doesn’t exist.
Custom Work including Ironwork, Railings, Doors and Gates, Hardware, and much more.
Call or email us, plus see our website for ideas and more of our projects and photos We’ll answer your questions, provide a free estimate, and start bringing your ideas to life!
An essential part of our mission is ensuring our clients understand what we do, how we do it, and have no unanswered questions. You can find information on our website regarding processes, materials, scheduling and much more that we hope is helpful.
Our top priorities at the Concrete Studio are customer satisfaction and providing the highest quality products and installations. We are insured, owner-operated, and owner-supervised on every job. Our pricing is turnkey with no hidden costs or surprises.
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