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Stamped Concrete Flooring
Stamped Concrete beautifies indoor and outdoor floors. Frequently, it’s utilized as an “overlay”, over old pitted and cracked concrete, on exterior areas and even interior, such as a beautiful raised front porch in stamped concrete to resemble a slate flooring, leading to the same or coordinating interior hall floor design. Various patterns and textures are available for your choosing. A collection of styles and types of stamped concrete of for example, slate, stone, brick, wood and even seamless granite.
Adding stamped concrete it elevates the appearance of the interior and exterior of your living space. Stamped concrete supplies a vast choice of colors and levels of textures. The masterful pro combines the right amount of acid stain to the concrete to create a unique and artistic area to upgrade your residence.
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Epoxy floor coating options can be either paints or a coating, resulting in not just an artistically pleasing floor, but virtually permanent armor for all concrete surfaces and substrates. To learn more, just call us in Mount Vernon. Engineered epoxy flooring material options consist of both thin paint products and well built up chemical resistant coatings. Epoxies are a two (2) component product type, often paired with urethanes or polyaspartics as a finish coat, or finished with only clear coat epoxy. From simple elegance to artsy expression in your flooring, delve into the world of radiant color options by embedding quartz or sand into the wet coat.
Call Metrocrete, because our Epoxy Floors are used in a myriad of locations in Mount Vernon, including in showrooms and retail stores, basements, warehouses, dog kennels, residential garages, laboratories and so much more we can’t name but a small sample of locations!
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Polished Concrete Flooring
A polished concrete flooring application will incorporate the same sand and seal technique as epoxies, except polishing the concrete literally smooths it so that once sealant is applied, it becomes a smooth glossy, matte or semi gloss surface. Pigments can be used on polished concrete floors, and applied in a variety of green and brown tones found in nature as well as in magentas, indigos and yellows. There are a number of color options. If you like the polished concrete look, a similar appearance can be accomplished using a decorative overlay, which may offer yet another option to suit your flooring needs. This type of process requires the use of self-leveling concrete which offers an uninterrupted, elegantly flawless surface, frequently found in galleries, showrooms, and museums Find these floors in shopping centers, bowling alleys or anywhere you find a large flooring area.
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Stained Concrete Flooring
Stained concrete flooring is an upscale, distinctive looking flooring surface that is wonderful for almost any retail, commercial or even residential use. Property owners who want to add color can choose between two staining systems for their color applications; acid stain or concrete dyes. Each produce a different result dependent upon your goals. Colorizing dyes and stains are used to enhance any concrete work – polished concrete, decorative overlays, and grind and seal work. Experts then layer on epoxy or urethane sealers for additional protection.
A leather like appearance can be achieved using dark, rich brown tones then, dyes in varying shades can be applied offering further visual interest of the floor’s surface. More uniqueness can be created with shallow cuts resulting in interesting floral, or stone patterns. Then they’re stained in a contrasting color.
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Mount Vernon, NY 10552
Westchester County: 10550, 10551, 10552, 10553