Acid Staining Concrete
Acid stained floors continue to rise in demand because of how practical and cost-efficient it is. It doesn’t crack like tile, and it will not De-laminate like paints. That’s because the color becomes part of the concrete due to the chemical reaction between the muriatic acid, metallic salts, and the limestone in the concrete. There are eight different colors to choose from. It’s important to note that the amount of limestone in the Portland cement dictates the reactivity levels to the stain. The final color is usually a shade lighter or darker than the color sample. Shades light or dark provides a high-end look anyone would desire.
If your slab of concrete has carpet glue or tile, no problem we can remove it. If your concrete is in poor shape, Joaquin can offer a super smooth cement overlay finish that gives a brand new floor to work with. If you want a beautiful acid stained floor, Joaquin can make it happen.