Concrete Floor Acid Staining

Create unique looking floors for your residential, commercial, or industrial property

What is Concrete Acid Stain

Achieve an unique and variegated concrete look.

If you are looking for a cheap, unique decorative effect for your concrete, look no further than concrete acid stain.
RGV's concrete stain method can be used both on interior and exterior flooring, to create an array of colors and special effects.

Our Concrete stain does more than simply add color to your floor.
Our acid stain penetrates the concrete to infuse it with rich, deep, and translucent tones, rather than producing a solid, opaque effect like paint that sits on top of your floor.

The beauty of this concrete method is that even when treated with the same staining product in the same shade, no two concrete floors will look the same. Factors such as the concrete composition, the age of the concrete, and its surface porosity, determine the end result.

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Benefits of Acid Stain

Acid Stain offers a unique way to create a permanent color for your concrete floor. It's cost-effective, short turnaround time, and easy to maintain.

Durable and long lasting

As acid-stained penetrates the concrete, it doesn’t wear out over time. The surface is inflammable and UV light-resistant. When done properly, acid-stained concrete floors don’t chip, peel, discolor, or fade. It is also resistant to damage and moisture.

Cost saving

Apart from the initial cost of applying acid-stain to your concrete, there is no other cost associated with it.

Easy to clean/maintain

Like other smooth non-porous surfaces, acid-stained concrete is easy to clean and maintain. Allergens and pathogens, like dust mites and pollen, will not be able to penetrate it. This improves indoor air quality and the health of building occupants.

Available in different colors

These stains are limited to subtle earthy tones like tan, brown, terracotta, and soft blue-green. Color effects are generally more intense on new concrete than on older or weathered concrete.
Depending on the color, stained concrete can be made to mimic polished marble, natural stone, tanned leather, and even stained wood.

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How We acid stain your concrete

Turn your dusty concrete slab, into a fabulous floor with zero downtime to install.

Almost any structurally sound concrete floor can be acid stained, no matter new or old. For the acid stain to properly react with concrete, the slab must be clean of all dirt, stains, and impurities. We do this by mechanically grinding the concrete slab, to remove the top layer.

Once the concrete is ready, we spray the acid evenly onto the concrete. We then allow it to penetrate the concrete and do its magic.
When the concrete reaches the desired hue, we remove the excess acid and apply an appropriate topcoat, to protect and extend the life of your floor.

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Where is concrete Acid Stain Good For

Because of their lifespan and durability, acid stains are a preferred choice in commercial and residential areas.

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How long does acid stain flooring last?

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Although concrete stain is permanent and won't flake off like paint, it penetrates only the top layer of the concrete surface and will eventually wear away as the surface is worn by traffic or weather exposure.
We recommend re-sealing the concrete every 2-5 years, to preserve the finish and protect the floor and the concrete itself.

Can you stain old concrete?

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As long as the concrete is in good condition, you can acid stain both new and old concrete. The process of acid staining old concrete is not that different than staining new one, with few small exceptions.

How much does it cost to acid stain a concrete floor?

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Metallic epoxy flooring price depends on the square footage of the project, the condition of the concrete and the design chosen.
As every floor is unique and custom made, so is the price.
Why not fill in our Free Quote or give us a call to get a price for your project.

Is stained concrete slippery?

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Like with every hard, smooth surface stained concrete floors can become slippery when wet. To improve the traction, we can apply non-slip agent to the concrete floors, without altering the final floor finish or affecting the color.

RGV Concrete Stain's Floor options

Not sure if concrete acid staining is the right flooring option for you? Not a problem, RGV Concrete Stain specialized in different concrete floor solutions.

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