Los Angeles decorative concrete ideas
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Stained concrete floors at Seven for all Mankind headquarters in Vernon, CA. Demmert and Associates - Glendale, CA.
Stained concrete floors in a local retail store. Modern Concrete - Los Angeles, CA.
A custom concrete bathroom sink and counter help add a unique touch. Concast Studios - Oceano, CA.
Polished concrete floors welcome customers at Tyche in the Fashion District of Los Angeles. Magic Concrete Designs - Los Angeles, CA.
Concrete bar top at a local restaurant. MUDD Studios - Anaheim, CA.
Company logo laid into the polished concrete at Advanex Americas, Inc in Cypress. Stellar Surfaces - Southern California.
A colorful pool at a local home in Los Angeles. Concrete 911 - Los Angeles, CA.
Customer concrete bar top at a local restaurant. ColorWize Concrete - Southern California.
From the beaches, to the hills, to the valleys, Los Angeles offers a diverse array of decorative architectural styles. With such a wide-ranging display of architecture and art throughout the region, these concrete contractors specialize in using state of the art and cost-effective decorative work to help customers express their personalities and uniqueness. From a modern styled pool deck for a private home, to a vibrantly colored and polished office building floor—the options are endless.
Why decorative concrete is great for outdoors, indoor floors, countertops, and more
Decorative concrete can be designed to fit your specific project by offering endless color, texture and pattern options. While looking great it also offers strength, durability and cleanliness when poured, sealed and maintained properly.
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Due to its durability and strength, decorative concrete is a great option in Los Angeles, where the weather is sunny and warm most of the year. While weather damage can weaken and destroy wood and other materials over time, your concrete patio, driveway or pool deck will still be intact for years to come. It’s also a great choice for high-traffic locations, like the Los Angeles Zoo pictured here.
Los Angeles Concrete Polishing.
Indoor Concrete Floors:
When used on inside floors, decorative concrete will reduce allergens by not attracting dust mites and other foreign substances like carpet. Polished concrete floors are easy to clean, and are often a cost-effective way to give your space a new fresh look. Concrete floors are often used in residential kitchens, living spaces and bathrooms and even more popular in commercial applications. Logos and custom designs can also be applied, as seen with the Dodgers' logo shown here.
Many homes and restaurants feature concrete for their new modern kitchens, tables, bar tops, and outdoor barbecues. With concrete being so customizable, it is desired for bringing out a look that traditional materials like granite and quartz cannot. Pictured here is an outdoor bartop at Skyview, a boutique hotel in Los Alamos, which would be a great weekend getaway for Angelenos.
What is the difference between having a concrete overlay installed and having new concrete poured?
If you have an existing concrete surface, many contractors can apply a decorative concrete coating (overlay) right on top of it. This is also called resurfacing. Resurfacing can be done even if the surface has cracks, flaking, spalling, or other damage, as long as the surface is viable. If you do not have an existing surface, you’ll need to have new concrete poured.
Popular concrete services in the City of Angels:
- Polished concrete
- Concrete floors
- Concrete countertops
- Concrete patios
- Concrete walkways
- Concrete pool decks
- Concrete driveways
- Stamped concrete
- Stained concrete
- Colored concrete
- Concrete resurfacing
- Concrete furniture
- Concrete repair
- Concrete maintenance
- Concrete slabs & foundations
How to find the best concrete contractors in Los Angeles
If you are looking to repair or pour a driveway, put in a new walkway, or need any other concrete services, Concrete Network can help connect you with the best contractors near you. You can use the Concrete Network directory to find qualified contractors serving the Los Angeles area. Browse through images of their work, and then contact them directly to discuss your project and request a quote.
Fun fact: Some of the contractors listed here have done projects for the rich and famous—including actors, professional athletes and other celebrities. Some have even completed work along the Hollywood Walk of Fame!
Choosing a concrete company for your project
Selecting the right contractor for you and your project is key to making sure that you are happy with the end result. To help you through that process, here are a couple of tips:
Questions to ask:
- Can I see a portfolio of work?
- How many years of experience do you have in the Los Angeles area?
- Have you done this particular type of work before?
- How long does it generally take to complete this type of construction project?
- What updates will I get as the project is completed?
- Do you see any potential concerns with this job site?
Cost of concrete:
We recommend getting a few quotes in order to compare prices, before deciding on your contractor. Costs can vary greatly depending on the size and detail of your project. Nearly all of the contractors that you will find here offer free estimates.
Project profiles from the Los Angeles area:
Additional service areas: Bel Air, Beverly Hills, Burbank, Culver City, Glendale, Hollywood, Inglewood, Pasadena, Santa Monica and more
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Get More Information: Read more about Decorative Concrete on The Concrete Network. You’ll also find concrete photo galleries for decorative applications such as stamped concrete, acid etch staining, concrete floors, countertops, patios, and polished concrete. Research decorative concrete treatments like sealing, coloring, maintenance, and more.