Concrete Floor Coatings Should be Part of a Design Plan

You hear a designer or architect say "concrete floor", and your kneejerk reaction is to reject the idea. This could be for a lot of reasons, but is often due to just two things - concrete floors are not often considered attractive and they can even be seen purely as utilitarian and cold. This is the moment to reconsider your initial response. Why? There are some amazing and impressive concrete floor coatings on the market. Some of them are not only attractive but remarkably durable as well. As soon as you hear the words concrete floor, you shouldn't over react because there are firms like Durramen available.

Known for their range of decorative concrete products and supplies, they make some of the most versatile concrete floor coatings available. You will find a long list of sealers and topcoats (including acrylics, epoxies, polyurethane, polyaspartic, acrylic-urethane, and more), colorants that include stains and dyes, and more. With this diversity of decorative options, it begins to make sense to consider concrete flooring if it better serves a residential or commercial project. Even if it is not the most cost effective choice, the design of the project could leave concrete flooring as a truly optimal choice, and the different concrete floor coatings from Duraamen could open the door to almost any look or result.

No Longer Dull In the past, it was usually only in a factory floor or in some sort of large retail setting that you would find concrete flooring. This would be sealed or painted and would be among the dullest and least inspiring features possible. Fortunately, those days are long gone (even if a lot of consumers or clients) are not yet aware. With the advent of greener building, energy efficiency, and even the emergence of radiant floor heating systems, the use of concrete is constantly increasing. Why not have a full arsenal of design options, finishes, looks, and projects available? The simple fact of the matter is that concrete floors appear in homes and spaces of nearly any style and size.

We have seen beautiful studio apartments with Duraamen's Lumiere Metallic Epoxy flooring. We've also seen various spaces with stained concrete and dyed finishes that are all part of the firm's concrete floor coatings. Each and every one of them is inspiring, decorative, appealing, and warm. In fact, Duraamen has an entire line of architectural concrete flooring supplies and options – from self-leveling concrete for new installations or repairs to exterior options too. Stamped concrete and "terrazzi" resurfacing feature among their list of architectural finishes as well. This means that a large number of professionals are already relying on the firm's products to create truly superior interior designs, and using a material that once made many groan in dislike. Concrete is no longer cold, ugly, or plain. It is one of the most useful and colorful building materials that can provide many long years of performance before needing anything more than a periodic cleaning and waxing or buffing.

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