Why Austin homeowners choose stained concrete
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This floor was colored with a traditional brown acid stain and sealed with a high-gloss coating for a shiny finish. Sundek of Austin - Austin, TX.
For this stained kitchen floor, intersecting diamond score lines create a tile-like pattern. Viking Decorative Concepts - Austin, TX.
Stained floors are also a popular choice for small businesses in Austin, including restaurants and stores. Sundek of Austin - Austin, TX.
The Longhorns’ logo stands out on this patio with a black border. Stains and stencils can be used to create unique graphics on concrete. All Innovative Concrete - Austin, TX.
Using acid stains will result in variegated color, with some areas appearing darker and others lighter. Capitol of Texas Concrete - Austin, TX.
On this back patio, the contractor scored oversized diamonds into the concrete and stained them with a deeper color than the rest of the surface. Capitol of Texas Concrete - Austin, TX.
- From modern to Hill Country homes, stained concrete complements all styles
- Stains can transform indoor floors as well as outdoor patios and other surfaces
- Both new and old concrete surfaces can be stained in a wide variety of colors
- It is an affordable replacement for dated carpet or laminate flooring
- You can get a high-end look quickly and with minimal disruption
- It holds up well and is easy to clean
What looks and colors are popular in Austin?
- Acid stains are great for creating earthy floors with natural-looking color variations
- Water base stains can create more consistent and vibrant colors
- Greys and browns tend to be the most timeless color choices for flooring
- Stains can be used in conjunction with stamping to achieve the look of natural flagstone
- Five point stars, like on the flag of Texas, are popular embellishments
- Some homeowners have even had the Texas Longhorns’ logo stained onto their back patios
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What does staining cost in Austin?
Nationwide, prices can range between $2 and $25 per square foot. To get a better idea, contact a local Austin staining contractor for a quote.
What to look for in a concrete staining contractor
- Make sure the company you hire has good reviews
- Check their record with the Better Business Bureau
- Check local license requirements
- Request references and photos of past work
We recommend contacting several Austin companies and comparing bids. Also consider response times, thoroughness, and ask for samples to be produced.
Service areas: Austin, Lakeway, Round Rock, Cedar Park, Spicewood, Georgetown, Marble Falls, Pflugerville
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