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A pool deck with a planted lattice design by Bomanite of Houston. Bomanite of Houston, Houston, TX
A stained and stamped outdoor stairway by Stamped Artistry. Stamped Artistry, Pasadena, TX
A stamped and stained walkway and entryway by Increte of Houston. Increte of Houston, Stafford, TX
Stamped and textured concrete patio with custom star design by Aztec Decorative Concrete. Aztec Decorative Concrete, Houston, TX
Stained living-room floor by K-Stone. K-Stone, San Antonio, TX
A shiny blue epoxy floor in a waiting area by Stone FX. Stone FX, Humble, TX
From Discovery Green Park to the Museum District, there are many places to enjoy art, architecture, history, and outdoors in Houston. Visiting these beautiful locations often inspires visitors to make improvements to their own homes or commercial spaces. If you’re looking to make updates, consider decorative concrete.
Why choose decorative concrete?
Here are just some of the qualities people love about decorative concrete.
It’s durable. Decorative concrete floors are installed in a variety of locations ranging from bathroom floors to airport hangars. That means they can withstand everything from lots of foot traffic to the weight of heavy machinery.
It can be designed to complement any space. Property owners can choose from a variety of colors, textures, and patterns. Some contractors can mimic the look of materials such as cobblestones, wood, limestone, and more. Others can even create custom designs such as business logos.
It’s easy to maintain. As long as your contractor seals your surface with a high-quality sealer, your decorative concrete will be simple to maintain. General maintenance includes removing dust and other debris every few weeks. For hard-to-remove stains, a non-abrasive cleaner usually does the trick.
It outperforms other materials. Unlike carpet, concrete doesn’t attract dust mites or other irritants. You also don’t get grout lines, which are difficult to clean. With concrete, you don’t have to worry about termite damage or water damage.
Do you need new concrete poured, or will a concrete coating work for your project?
Before contacting a contractor, determine whether you need new concrete poured or if you can have a concrete coating applied. For example, say you have a concrete patio that has cracks or other damage. You can hire a contractor to repair the damage then apply a coating on top so you don’t have to demolish the existing surface. If you don’t have an existing surface, you will need new quality concrete poured.
Where can decorative concrete be installed?
Decorative concrete can be installed just about anywhere! Here are some of the most common options:
- Concrete pool decks
- Concrete patios
- Concrete driveways
- Concrete walkways
- Concrete entryways
- Concrete porches
- Concrete countertops
- Stained concrete
- Stamped concrete
- Polished concrete
- Concrete maintenance
- Concrete resurfacing
Choosing the right concrete contractor in Houston
When selecting a contractor, it is recommended that you have an idea of the type of work you are looking to have done, a budget, and a timeline that you want to meet. Once you have an idea of your project take a look through our directory of concrete companies in Houston and the surrounding areas.
As you find contractors to contact, here are a few questions to keep in mind:
- Do you have a portfolio of your work?
- How many years of experience do you have in the Houston area?
- Have you completed a project similar to mine?
- How long does it typically take to complete this type of project?
- Do you provide customers with frequent updates as the project is completed?
- Do you foresee any potential issues with this project?
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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.