Concrete Wood Flooring Services
Do you love the look of hardwood, but hate the maintenance and repairs that come with it? Our team can give you the look of wood in or around your home or business that will last double the lifespan of actual hardwood! With our concrete wood flooring system, you’ll actually get grain, knots, and even nail holes that you can feel. We have a wide selection of stains that allow our wood concrete to match any style you prefer, from rustic to modern. You’ll never have to worry about water damage or other problems associated with wood floors. Our sustainable, pet-friendly flooring can enhance any basement, living room, patio, porch, showroom, or commercial space! It can even make for a beautiful garage floor that can handle vehicle traffic! Our team has years of experience installing wood concrete flooring in LA and the surrounding areas. We’re licensed, bonded, and insured to give you the highest quality work in the business!
Where to Install Concrete Wood Flooring
Our wood concrete flooring system can beautify and strengthen any space! From homes to businesses, we’ve done it all! Our team can install this versatile flooring system anywhere in or around your home or business. Residential spaces can benefit from concrete wood flooring in rooms such as the basement or family room, and outdoor spaces like patios and porches! Commercial companies, such as restaurants, can also enjoy the beauty and durability of wood concrete!
Below, you can find some common areas we install wood concrete flooring:
Wood concrete flooring can be an excellent way to bring some warmth and beauty to your basement! Whether you want to transform your basement into a man cave or a playroom, concrete wood flooring is the way to go. With the added strength and resistance of this floor, you can trust that your basement will look great for years!
Patios are the perfect accessory to any backyard. They add more outdoor living space for you and your family and make a calm, relaxing place to enjoy the outdoors. Using our wood concrete flooring to make a patio will give your backyard that rustic charm without the worry of rotting wood or frequent repairs!
Restaurants and Other Commercial Spaces
Wood concrete floors can be an attractive addition to any restaurant. Whether it’s used for an outdoor eating area or a gorgeous floor for the entire restaurant, this flooring can be quite beneficial. It’s not limited to restaurants either! Concrete wood flooring can enhance any commercial business! From office buildings to hotel lobbies, wood concrete flooring is a long-lasting, attractive flooring option.
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Wood Concrete Flooring Offers Many Benefits. Below, You Can See Some of the Most Notable:
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When it comes to vinyl floors and even the most robust hardwood, they’re still prone to scratching and other damage from daily wear and tear. When you choose our wood concrete flooring, it will be much more difficult for scratching or other damage to occur. These floors are remarkably durable and can withstand impacts, abrasions, and frequent foot traffic. This flooring is designed to stand up to the test of time, and when other flooring systems need to be replaced because they’ve worn down, wood concrete flooring will still be in excellent condition!
The durability of wood concrete floors will save you tons of time and money on expensive and time-consuming repairs and replacements through the years!
Concrete wood floors bring the added benefit of low maintenance. You’ll be saving loads of time and money by avoiding a labor-intensive, expensive maintenance routine that many other traditional flooring systems require. Maintaining a wood concrete floor is as simple as sweeping it off daily and wet mopping with a mild, non-acidic cleaner if it becomes heavily soiled. Other than the regular routine, all that your wood concrete flooring will need is resealing every one to two years!
Our concrete wood flooring is one of the most environmentally-friendly flooring systems on the market! Most homes and businesses already have a concrete subfloor used to support flooring materials like carpet, hardwood, and tile. Instead of installing more materials over your concrete, you can simply use that concrete as your floor! By allowing us to apply an overlay and stain it to match the wood coloring of your choosing, you can use the floor you already have.
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Concrete wood flooring is an incredibly cost-efficient flooring system. It’s not overly expensive to install and extremely durable, which dramatically increases the floor’s lifespan. The low maintenance of the floor, combined with this increased lifespan makes it highly cost-efficient. Not to mention, there are no running costs for maintenance other than occasionally resealing the floor, which is also quite affordable. Therefore, you’ll be saving hundreds of dollars over the years with this inexpensive investment.
Though we’re discussing only our wood-stamped concrete, there is still a vast selection of styles, colors, and patterns to choose from for this flooring. With various wood plank and grain patterns and coloring to match any kind of wood, you can design your concrete wood floor to meet any design scheme! The customizability of this flooring system makes it perfect in virtually any home or business setting!
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Concrete Wood Flooring Installation
We start installing your concrete wood floor by cleaning and repairing any damage present on the concrete base. Any cracks, pits, or chipped areas need to be fixed. After repairs are completed, we begin the surface prep. Preparing the surface entails grinding the concrete with a floor grinder equipped with a diamond grinding wheel to correctly ensure the overlay adheres. Once the surface prep is finished, we can apply the concrete overlay. As the overlay starts to dry, we’ll apply the wood-patterned stamp. Next, the overlay will need to dry, and then we stain it to realistically match the color of genuine wood.
Concrete Wood Flooring Costs
Determining the cost of wood concrete flooring depends on a few different factors. These factors include the complexity of the wood pattern, the size of your space, and the colors needed for the type of wood you selected. Typically the more substantial your room size, the less the price per square foot will be. Depending on these factors, the average cost of wood concrete flooring ranges from $8 to $20 per square foot.
Why Hire a Professional?
Creating a wood concrete floor is a challenging project to accomplish alone and is highly time-sensitive. If the wood stamps aren’t applied at the correct time and not moved quickly enough, the entire pattern may be compromised. This is not a DIY-friendly project. Hire a professional to get the best results possible for your concrete wood floor.
Frequently Asked Questions
How will my concrete wood floor be colored?
We use a couple of different techniques for coloring your concrete wood floor. We use a combination of integral colors and stains to reach a realistic tone for your wood concrete. Integral color is mixed in before we pour the overlay. After the stamp has been applied and the concrete is dry, we apply a stain. We offer two types of stains: acid- and water-based. Acid-based stains react chemically with the concrete to impart permanent color. They are only available in earthy tones. Water-based stains penetrate into the concrete to give their color. They are available in a wide range of colors. By using multiple coloring techniques, we can realistically mimic the color of practically any kind of wood!
Is concrete wood flooring slippery?
The texture that is created that accurately matches real hardwood keeps your concrete from being slippery. In most environments, you’ll find that concrete wood flooring provides ample slip-resistant texture that is safe to walk on. However, if your concrete will be in an area that is subject to frequent water exposure, such as a pool deck, we can include a non-slip additive.