Concrete dye and stains are an increasingly popular choice for businesses and commercial facilities. This simple process has many benefits and requires only minimal efforts. In some cases, you concrete floors can be updated with color in less than a day. This project can make a huge difference in your floors, without taking too much time out of your busy operation schedule. The contractors with ICS can talk you through the procedure and help you know what to expect during the project. Here are a few reasons that you will want to give us a call.

Colored Concrete Floors are Attractive.

Concrete dye and stains can be applied using a wide range of techniques. For indoor solutions, a concrete dye can penetrate the surface, allowing the floor to then be polished to a shine without affecting the tone. For outdoor spaces, concrete stains add a layer of protection over the surface that will be durable against weather and traffic for many years.

The aesthetic quality of concrete colors should not be overlooked. Stains and dye add an attractiveness that adds value to your facility. The shade can be mixed to precisely match existing features in your building. Forget about dull shades of gray. Attractive concrete can give your building a warm, cheerful, and pleasant ambiance. Your visitors will be more relaxed and comfortable; your employees positive and productive.

Some of the more creative uses for concrete dye and stains include:

  • Placing your company logo on the entryway floor
  • Creating a pattern in school colors on a college or high school campus
  • Directing traffic through a large warehouse facility

Colored Concrete Floors can Look Brand New.

Concrete is an incredibly sturdy material, as well as being affordable. This is why it is commonly used in all types of industries. However, even the best-maintained locations can show signs of wear and tear over time.

Small cracks, chips, or surface stains can make your floors look dirty and unprofessional. Minor damage can lead to more significant problems. This in turn, will require more extensive repairs and in more extreme cases, a complete replacement.

Proper maintenance is a must. Applying concrete dye or stains to your floors is an easy way to refresh your facility and leave your floors looking new. When damage is primarily cosmetic, a fresh coat of color will cover everything, evening out tone and hiding minor scratches or scuff marks. Your contractor can help you determine which material is most appropriate and recommend options for the fullest coverage.

Colored Concrete Floors can Look Classy.

Concrete is a budget-friendly material, but there is no reason that your floors need to look cheap. In high-end establishments, many business owners are choosing concrete floors because they are quite practical. The addition of dye or stains can give your floors the illusion of another more costly material. Techniques such as marbling, color splashing, and geometric patterns can create a unique appearance. Enjoy all the benefits of easy maintenance and durability that concrete can offer, while your floors take on the appearance of tile, marble, or other designer masonry. A designer can help you choose the look that suits your company best.

When you are ready to talk with a professional about your next concrete floor project, talk to the team at ICS. We have over 20 years of experience and have installed or updated over a million square feet of concrete floors. The combination of expertise, proprietary equipment, and dedication to a job well-done make ours the service you can trust. To get started, fill out the Got a Project form with some basic information about your project.

Concrete Flooring Service Area

ICS provides concrete solutions to all of the northeast. Here is a small list of cities and towns where we have completed many industrial and commercial concrete flooring applications.

Portland, MaineBangor, MaineAugusta, Maine
Nashua, New HampshireManchester, New HampshirePortsmouth, New Hampshire
Boston, MassachusettsWorecester, MassachusettsSpringfield, Massachusetts
Burlington, VermontMontpelier, VermontSt. Johnsbury, Vermont
Providence, Rhode IslandWarwick, Rhode IslandCranston, Rhode Island
Hartford, ConnecticutNew Haven, ConnecticutStamford, Connecticut
New YorkNew JerseyPennsylvania