Tips on Using Concrete Floor Supplies

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If you are a DIY homeowner, you may one day find yourself installing a new concrete floor in your home. Depending on the system, specialty concrete flooring can be fairly easy material for homeowners to install, but it is also highly durable and easy to maintain, and it offers a vast array of options for customization. It all starts with choosing the right concrete floor supplies.

Installation Tips for Concrete Floors

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Residential Concrete Floor Supplies at Moon Decorative

Any licensed concrete contractor will tell you that the first step in any concrete flooring project is to prepare the surface. Before you even think about installation, you need to make sure that the surface is cleaned and prepped. If you are pouring a new layer of concrete over an existing slab, this typically involves a  mechanical means like, grinding or sandblasting the surface to ensure adhesion of the new materials. If the existing slab is damaged, you may also have to fill cracks and crevices with epoxy or some other material.

When you are ready to actually apply your concrete floor material, it is important to do it correctly. For stamped concrete, you must first apply a new layer of concrete and then imprint the surface with your concrete stamp. For colored concrete, you may be able to blend the pigment directly into the concrete mix, or you can use coloration systems that are applied after the overlay has cured. After applying your new flooring, you must then give it time to dry and cure before coating it with a protective layer of acrylic, epoxy or polyaspartic sealer.

With so many options to choose from in concrete floor supplies, it can be difficult to make a decision. If you choose Moon Decorative, however, you can rest assured in knowing that you will be working with the best in the business.






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