Atlanta Stained Concrete Service
For a unique look on your concrete flooring, the professionals at Atlanta Concrete Artist offer premium concrete staining services. We are dedicated to bringing our clients high-quality flooring options that stand out and say “look at me.” Who wants a boring, unfinished concrete slab when you can have dramatically custom flooring that is unique specifically to you? Concrete staining never has the same pattern twice because it is all based on the chemical reaction used on your floor. This is what drives so many people to this technique and we have honed our skills to bring you the most depth of color and interesting designs.
When you hire us to create your stained concrete masterpiece, our main concern is presenting you with and amazingly unique floor while protecting your property. We expertly protect your walls and any existing baseboard or trim that could be damaged in the staining process. Our technicians are trained in the latest safety practices because, while the chemicals used are diluted and safer than ever, it is still acid. The acid used is what determines the color of the finished product because acid reacts with lime and other components in the concrete. It is applied in a thin coat by a sprayer and is layered until the desired color is reached. This can be rather time consuming because each layer must dry completely.
After the acid has dried completely, a neutralizing mix of water and ammonia is sprayed on the floor. This is basically to make sure that when you walk on your floor, you aren’t getting covered in acid. To simply try and clean off the acid won’t make a bit of difference. We use a state of the art vacuum to suck up the excess liquid to leave the floor clean and acid-free. In order to protect your newly stained floor, we roll on a protective seal that will ensure that you can enjoy your floor for years to come.
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