Stained Concrete in Your Kitchen
Revamping your kitchen? We don’t blame you. An elegant, modern looking kitchen is something that shouldn’t be undervalued. And if you really want to bring it to the next level of elegance, you need to pick the right flooring option.
Kitchen floors are always some sort of hard surface. Popular options have included vinyl, linoleum, laminate, hardwood, and tile.
Vinyl and linoleum can save on price, but they look and feel cheap, and they are prone to damage. Laminate looks better and offers affordability, but it’s fairly vulnerable to moisture. Not something you want to deal with in a kitchen. Hardwood can suffer from the same issues, along with general chipping and scuffing.
Finally, there’s tile. There’s no doubt it looks nice, but it can be costly and difficult to have installed. The price can also vary greatly depending on the type of tile chosen. Abd while tile is stain-resistant, the grout in between the tiles is susceptible to stains.
If you’re looking for kitchen flooring option that’s beautiful, unique, modern, long-lasting, and affordable, you should consider stained concrete.
Why Stained Concrete is a Great for Kitchens
Often, you already have a concrete floor in place in your kitchen. If that’s the case, the initial work and expense is done. Even if you don’t have concrete poured yet, it’s still an option well-worth your consideration.
Stained concrete offers near limitless options as far as appearance goes. Combined with concrete stamping, stained concrete can mimic just about any material, often for a lower price. It’s also long lasting and resistant to spills, stains, and more.
If you do need to first pour the concrete, you can also consider adding radiant heating to your kitchen’s floor.
Whatever you do, make sure you use a professional for the staining and sealing process. When done correctly, stained concrete is beautiful. Done poorly, however, and you can be left with an unsightly mess that’s difficult to undo.
For stained and stamped concrete in Ohio, contact Select Flooring Systems today.