Acid and liquid stains add interest to your concrete floors. Nothing compares to the characteristics of concrete floors stained with acid. You can have the look you desire for your professional office space, residential home, retail space or any other space where design and cost matters. This economical flooring choice offers you more design options at a better value than traditional flooring options. Acid stained floors provide a powerful visual impact with minimal impact on your flooring budget.

WHY ACID STAIN CONCRETE FLOORS

Endless Colour and Design Options

From variegated marble and mottled stone patterns to large stone tiles, acid stained concrete can emulate a variety of modern high quality looks.

Multiple Applications for Stained Concrete

Acid stain can be applied to any concrete floor from basements, living rooms, bathrooms, walkways, entrances, driveways, patios, high traffic areas and even vertically.

Minimal Maintenance 
The tough coating resists stains and is easily cleaned with a dry or wet mop.

Economical
 In comparison to other flooring options, acid staining is a fraction of the cost.

Non-porous Surface

Unlike porous tile grout, acid stained concrete inhibits mold growth

Nominal Environment Impact
 Reduce your environmental footprint, acid stained concrete is a greener choice than laminate flooring and retains heat better, improving the energy efficiency of your building.

Flood Resistant

Should the acid stained areas be flooded, clean up is quick and easy, unlike wood or laminate flooring which needs to be removed and replaced.

Dark Walnut on White Concrete

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Dark Walnut on Grey Concrete

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Java on White Concrete

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Java on Grey Concrete

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Mexican Clay on White Concrete

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Mexican Clay on Grey Concrete

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Red Walnut on White Concrete

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Red Walnut on Grey Concrete

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Terracotta on White Concrete

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Aqua on White & Grey Concrete

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Sea Green on White & Grey Concrete

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Olive on White & Grey Concrete

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Mixing Your Colors – Sea Green & Mexican Clay

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