Flooring is something that we use each and every day and yet it’s still something that we probably don’t give a lot of thought to. At Norwalk Stamped Concrete we put the thought into these things for you, so that you never have to worry about skipping over any important home details. Our team is dedicated to bringing you the best service and options when it comes to high quality flooring. You and your home deserve nothing but the very best. Contact us today to ask any questions about flooring or get started on a project.
Yet again, stamped concrete wins out in the design department. Concrete floors today have the ability to look luxurious and expensive without actually being so. You can add a dye to your concrete as it’s being mixed to create an interesting color. Many people opt for warm, earthy tones that will tie the room together and make it warm and inviting. Stamped concrete uses stencils to give it texture, which can be nice for a kitchen, bathroom or sunroom. You can essentially customize your floor to look however you want it to look, which is a big bonus for people looking to change up their home design or who like one-of-a-kind styles.
You might think that the downside to concrete floors would be that they’re hard and cold, which is a big turn-off for many people. However, concrete floors can actually be heated, providing your bathroom or living room with that cozy, comfortable feeling most people crave. Radiant heat is installed by adding electrical cables or hot water tubes right into the concrete. This can be done to new concrete floors as they are being constructed, or existing concrete floors so long as new concrete can be poured over the current slab. The end result will have your feet thanking you.
Concrete is one of the strongest materials out there, which means that it will hold up for a very long time. Floors take a lot of weight and are also susceptible to spills, scratches, breaks and other forms of trauma. One of the best things about concrete is that it doesn’t scratch or dent. You won’t have to worry about pesky furniture legs ruining your beautiful floors if you opt for concrete. Years down the road, it will still look as pristine as the day you got it.