Concrete staining instantly transforms your cold and boring concrete surfaces into beautiful driveways, walkways, patios, and more.
For many years, decorative concrete contractors have been using acid-based chemical concrete stains to achieve rich, earth-toned color schemes resembling natural stone, marble, wood, or even leather. CTi Certified Dealers are no longer limited to earthy shades. Newer products on the market are greatly expanding our options ranging from soft pastels to vivid reds, oranges, yellows, and purples. Concrete staining products are safer and easier to apply than ever before.
What Is Concrete Staining?
Concrete staining uses a mixture of water, hydrochloric acid, and acid-soluble metallic salts. Because of concrete’s porous qualities, they penetrate and react chemically in the concrete. Concrete stains become a permanent part of the concrete. They’re known for their durability and long-lasting color because concrete stains will not fade, chip, or peel off.
Concrete staining is also known for creating translucent color. Because of the various conditions of concrete surfaces, concrete stains react differently creating one-of-a-kind color and patterning.
Concrete Technology Inc. Certified Dealer and Staff
A&E Decorative Concrete trained concrete specialists provide solutions to customers in Collin and Grayson counties. Because your time is important our staff will come to you and help evaluate your needs. As a local company, our contractors are happy to work with you at your home. We use only quality Concrete Technology Inc. products because we want your concrete surface to remain durable and appealing over time. The A&E Decorative Concrete team is happy to listen, and answer any of your questions. As a result we are ready to help you find the perfect look for your home or business.
The revolutionary CTi Certified coating system can take any structurally sound concrete and give it new life, and we’re available to assist you every step of the way. We’ll arrange an appointment that works for you, and we’ll gladly address any questions you have about our staining treatments. Contact a specialist TODAY!