Decorative Concrete Flooring.

Decorative Concrete Flooring.

Specializing in providing beautiful concrete flooring that enhances your interior look. Our team of skilled and experienced concrete contractors delivers exceptional results that meet your specific needs and exceed your expectations.

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Decorative concrete flooring is an excellent choice for a unique and practical solution. It’s become popular with architects, homeowners, and contractors looking for something different from traditional wood, tile, or carpet floors.

Decorative concrete services can offer many finishes, like stamped concrete overlays, staining, stenciling, engraving, sandblasting, and saw cutting. This flexibility makes it a standard option for various construction projects.

Versatility of Decorative Concrete

The durability and adaptability of decorative concrete coating makes it the top pick for areas with substantial foot traffic. Plus, it can seamlessly blend with any design idea, adding a touch of class to your project.

  • Outdoor spaces: Decorative concrete is commonly used for outdoor spaces. Patios, pool decks, driveways, and walkways often sport this design. It’s usually finished with a broom for texture, lending it a great look while also preventing slips. Whether a concrete patio or a concrete driveway, decorative concrete can add value to your project.
  • Interior spaces: In homes or buildings, decorative concrete elevates interior floors like nothing else. It’s sturdy, easy to keep clean, and ideal for busy areas like kitchens, hallways, and stores. Also, it can be an excellent choice for garage floor coating, providing a polished and refined look.

Decorative Concrete Techniques

Decorative concrete can be as straightforward or as complex as you want. The main processes for decorative concrete are:

  • Concrete Stamping: This technique involves pressing a pattern or texture into the wet concrete surface. The resulting stamped concrete can mimic brick, stone, tile, or wood.
  • Acid Staining & Water-based Staining: These methods bring out deep, rich colors. An acid stain reacts with concrete minerals, resulting in unique color patterns and a shiny finish. An eco-friendly option, water-based staining, also offers the same color depth.
  • Stenciling: Stenciling helps create detailed patterns and designs. Combine stencils with staining or stamped concrete overlays to get a unique look that’s all yours.
  • Engraving, Sandblasting, and Saw Cutting: These processes are used to etch designs into the concrete. This adds texture and interest to the decorative concrete.

Trusted For More Than 30 Years.

Pristine Concrete is a premier polish and decorative concrete specialist in Central California. Their management team is knowledgeable in environmental issues regarding the polishing concrete industry.

The owner, Mike Boeddeker, is considered a national leader in polished concrete, and their experience and performance ensure first-class results for their clients.

Decorative Concrete which enhanced our house interior look

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Areas We Serve.

Santa Barbara County.

San Luis Obispo County.

Monterey County.

Frequently Asked Questions

Decorative concrete floors, whether stamped concrete, stained concrete floors, or another decorative concrete overlay, are known for their durability. With proper installation and maintenance, a concrete floor can outlive many other materials like carpet, wood, or tile floors. A decorative concrete floor can stay put for up to 50 years or more if well-maintained. 

However, its lifespan can vary depending on foot traffic, installation methods, and the sealer used. Regular cleaning and occasional resealing, especially for outdoor spaces like patios and driveways, can help maintain their lifespan.

Keeping decorative concrete surfaces, like a concrete patio or a garage floor, in top condition is pretty easy. Regular sweeping or dust mopping can help get rid of dust and debris. Wet mopping or using a neutral-pH cleaner can keep the concrete surface clean and shiny.

 Depending on traffic and wear and tear, you might need to reseal the floor every few years. Addressing any cracks or chips quickly can prevent them from spreading. With the right care, a decorative concrete floor can stay beautiful and functional for many years.

Yes! Decorative concrete is rugged and versatile, expertly handling hot, dry, cold, and wet conditions. However, some types of decorative concrete, like a stamped overlay or polished concrete, need extra care in areas with extreme weather cycles. 

Sealants can protect against moisture absorption, chipping, and fading caused by UV rays. Plus, in hot climates, decorative concrete stays cool to the touch, unlike brick or tile.

Absolutely! You can apply decorative concrete finishes to existing concrete. This can save some serious cash compared to removing and replacing the old concrete, which can be especially helpful for larger projects like a concrete driveway or patio. The existing concrete must be in good condition, without major cracks or uneven spots.

Prepping the surface, like cleaning and fixing any minor damage, is essential before the decorative treatment is applied. Techniques like overlays or micro-toppings can cover minor spots and refresh the old concrete.

Decorative concrete is a green flooring option. Firstly, it can work with existing concrete surfaces, cutting down on new material use and waste. Secondly, it’s durable, which means it doesn’t need to be replaced as often. Decorative concrete also boosts indoor air quality because it doesn’t hold allergens, mold, or bacteria.

Also, it has thermal mass properties, which help improve energy efficiency as it can absorb, store, and release heat or coolness. Looking at its production, installation, lifespan, and recycling potential, decorative concrete is a super eco-friendly flooring choice.

Decorative concrete offers amazing versatility, allowing for a multitude of design trends. Some people adore the industrial look and opt for polished concrete floors with neutral colors. Others might love a rustic feel and choose concrete that’s been stained or stamped to look like wood or natural stone. 

Geometric patterns achieved through engraving or stenciling are also hugely popular. Plus, bold, vibrant colors achieved through concrete staining are a fun choice for those wanting to make a statement. As always, your concrete contractor can help you pick a design that suits your space and style.