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Break New Ground with Decorative Concrete in 2019

2019 has arrived, and along with it, all the new year’s resolutions, hope, and optimism for what’s yet to come. While the first thing that may come to mind when you think of resolutions might be something pertaining to health, fitness, or finances, if you’re a homeowner, there are probably a few things you want to accomplish around the house, too. No matter the size or scope of the project, this is the perfect time of year to begin making an actual list of the things you want to tackle in the new year.

Do More With Your Floor

Because resolutions are meant to change something that’s not working in an effort to improve it, why not consider changing something about your home that isn’t working for you anymore. For many, that “something” is the interior floors. Often times, we take them for granted, when it’s our floors that are usually one of the first things someone notices about our homes when they come inside.

Concrete Inside?

While a decorative concrete floor is often something you might envision being an outdoor feature, many savvy homeowners are following the trend and installing decorative concrete floors inside the house. After all, there’s already a concrete slab under your current floor, right? In addition to it being a great low-maintenance option due to ease of care and durability, a radiant heating element can also be added to new slabs or any slab that’s being poured over an existing slab. But by far, the most appealing aspect of a decorative concrete interior floor is the myriad of design options you have at your disposal. Not only can you select any color imaginable, but you can choose from many different textures -- both natural and man-made -- to suit your decor.

Top Trends for 2019

With a new year comes all the latest trends, and it’s good to know that custom decorative concrete overlays are available in a variety of textures that mimic some of the hottest flooring options out now. Replica looks such as realistic-looking natural stone and hardwood flooring are not only visually appealing, but because the patterns are stamped into the surface of the concrete, there are no seams or grout lines to trap dirt and grime, making it a breeze to keep up with. In addition to stamping specific textures to achieve the look of virtually any wood surface, custom staining also allows you take the illusion further by matching popular wood colors with the appropriate texture.

For more about custom decorative concrete overlays inside or outside your Atlanta-area home or business, see what the concrete professionals at Concrete Resurfacing Products can do to jazz up your drab slab.

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Written by : crpinc

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