With the rise in popularity of cork and bamboo, people are starting to explore other options for flooring. Concrete is not your typical choice - but it's a viable option that many homeowners may be overlooking.
The concrete flooring industry is booming. It's not just for indoor use, as it can be an excellent choice for outdoor patios or walkways too! Fortunately the process of installing a new slab isn't complicated and can usually done without any professional assistance. Connecticut Concrete Pros has been doing concrete floors for years, Installing a new slab indoors means pouring one during construction - but if you're looking to install them in your home, removing old carpet or tile first will make this project much easier than expected!
Durability. Concrete is a substance that can stand up to the abuse of cars and trucks, which means it will be able to handle whatever you throw at it inside your home.
Cost: While concrete may initially cost more than other flooring options for installation, in most cases refacing existing floors with new cement would end up costing less when compared to installing a completely different type of floor covering on top.
Adaptability: These days there are plenty decorative options available if you want them for your finished concrete surface; plus, should you ever need or decide later down the line that selling this house won't work out anymore due either happenstance or intentional reasons (due perhaps because another child has grown up and left home), partway-