High Quality Stained Concrete Seattle

Old concrete, even though in good working condition, can a reach a point where it looks very unpleasant. The most common option to cover ugly floors is by installing pavers, brick, tile, stone, carpets, rugs, or any other flooring materials that should make any surface look better. 

However, there is a more elegant and affordable alternative: Concrete Stain. This coating is applied on concrete floors that add color and mask blemishes. Stained concrete services are highly popular because of their decorative yet economical properties.

Stamped concrete entryway with stains

Types of Stains for Concrete

Concrete staining is perfect for both indoor and outdoor use, may it be for your house or commercial space. The most common surfaces for staining are living rooms, kitchens, pool decks, basement, patios, driveways, front entryways, modern bedrooms and more. 

It can be used as a decorative layer for other residential floor resurfacing projects like stamped, stenciled, and more. It is a great opportunity for commercial and residential property owners to customize their floors to match their establishments or homes’ company theme or architectural style. 

There are two types of stains: acid and water-based. Each of these provide different benefits and color effects. Here’s a brief explanation:

Acid Stain

This is an acid-based solution that causes a reaction on a bare flooring area. So even if only one color is chosen for the floor, it would soon develop creative patterns as well as hues that make each acid stain concrete project unique.

Water-based Stain

This is a non-reactive stain that penetrates surface floors and produces opaque colors, unlike the semi-translucent effect caused by acid stains. 

Staining concrete with a water-based stain is ideal for those who want a more specific pattern or design, bolder and more consistent colors on the floor.

Choose a stain color that compliments your interior theme for a appearance that is never getting old. 

Choose excellence in concrete work. Call us at (206) 922-4612 to start your project today!

If you need to hire an experienced contractor for applying stains to your floors, it’s best to work with someone who knows how to achieve exceptional results. The professionals at Northwest Concrete Resurfacing bring over 30 years of experience to every project, ensuring your stained concrete work, whether for commercial or residential needs, meets the highest standards.

Our expertise extends to various floor services, including resurfacing, finishes, and waterproofing. If you have a decorative concrete patio idea in mind or require more information, please don’t hesitate to contact us via phone or email. We’re here to provide the right solutions for all your unique floor needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

Staining come in a variety of colors and patterns. The price runs up to $4 per square foot. The more complicated the pattern or color scheme you plan on using, the higher your final cost will be for concrete staining services. 

The floor is a crucial part of any building. Staining floors are beautiful, and they add to the interior look as well!

Acid-based stains are made up of inorganic metallic salts dissolved in an acid and water solution. They penetrate into the surface and react chemically with the surface to form a permanent bond, which is why they’re more durable than their pigment counterparts. The key difference is that no chemical reaction takes place, so color consistency can be expected as well – making it easier for contractors to match colors from one project to another!

Staining for an existing slab will cost around $2 to $15 per foot. On the other hand, ceramic tiles cost about $11 to $22 per square foot while natural stone tiles range from about $20 to $50 per square foot.

  1. Spray the Stain and spread it on the concrete.
  2. Clean any acid residue
  3. Add the sealant
  4. Allow it to dry

It would typically cost $7 to $15 per square foot. Contractors would charge $2 to $4 per square foot for a simple stain while $12 to $25 for high-end.

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