What is the most common material used for commercial or retail flooring? Concrete. Why? Because concrete provides businesses with so many benefits, it’s hard to believe businesses would ever consider any other flooring material. If you own a commercial property that doesn’t currently use concrete, here are a few reasons we think you should convert. And it’s not just because everyone else is doing it either.
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Even though concrete is tough, if not installed properly or misused, it can still crack. While you may see it as just an eyesore, a crack in your concrete, whether a driveway or garage, can possibly hurt the value of your home. Since repairing concrete is fairly easy, don’t be afraid to give it a try. There are plenty of DIY repair kits out there today for you to choose from for cracked or pitted concrete. The best material to use, Epoxy, is a 2-component polyurethane polymer which doesn’t require routing, fills hairline cracks, cures quickly, is stronger than concrete, and can be applied in freezing temperatures. Of course, sometimes a repair may only be a temporary fix, depending on what caused the cracked concrete in the first place.
If you’re planning to install a patio outside your home, you have probably been shopping around for what material to use. While each material has its benefits, we believe concrete encompasses the benefits of all the alternatives as well as offers more. Since concrete has the capability of looking like any other material you might use for your patio, temporarily put looks aside as you consider these 4 reasons concrete is superior and the best option for your patio.
If you want an affordable floor that will last you a long time and still looks nice, stained concrete floors are your best option. They can go anywhere but are typically used in high-traffic areas or areas that need to be more durable such as basements, garages, kitchens, mudrooms, and bathrooms. Don’t let the idea of concrete turn you off, though. One of the more popular interior options for concrete is to give it a glossy stain. Also, concrete doesn’t actually have to look like concrete. Through staining and stamping processes, concrete can mimic the appearance of wood, natural stone, marble, or tile.
The best looking materials to make your home look good are often expensive. By substituting with concrete, you can actually achieve those same expensive looks without the high price! See for yourself how concrete can save you money by looking at these material cost comparisons.
Don’t worry about sacrificing the appearance of your home because of a lower budget. Creative Concrete Solutions can replicate the expensive look you want to achieve at a lower cost without compromising on looks by substituting with concrete.
Don’t let an ugly driveway steal your home’s beauty. If not done right, concrete can look bland. Did you know you can achieve the expensive look of brick or stone but at a cheaper cost using concrete? You can also add colors and designs to make your driveway look decorative in addition to practical.
Why did you initially choose to have a concrete driveway? Probably because it looks better than gravel and isn’t messy. But after years of parking cars and ice buildup in the winter, that driveway starts to not look so good. A cracked driveway can lower the curb appeal of your home. Luckily, replacing it isn’t your only option. Instead, you can consider these options of upgrading your concrete and making your home look amazing again.
A Fire Pit That’s Built to Last As one of the most popular gathering places between friends and family during the summer, it’s important that your fire pit is well-built
You see concrete every day. Whether it’s a sidewalk, parking lot, or even a building, it is all around us. While constant exposure to the material might have led you to deem it “boring” or “normal,” there are some interesting facts about it that might strike you as surprising.
Creative Concrete Solutions knows concrete. We’ve put together a list of some of the most interesting tidbits about our favorite construction material for you to enjoy!
Let’s take a minute to think about the abuse our concrete driveways experience on a daily basis.
Between the multi-ton cars being parked on it for hours (and possibly dripping that infamous mystery car fluid onto it) and baking in the brutal Middle Tennessee sun all day, it’s a pretty tough gig to be a concrete driveway.
If you’re not familiar with the warning signs, you might not be aware that your concrete driveway is in need of some attention.
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