Stamped Concrete Floors That Look Like Wood
Wood floors are fine but in this area prone to flooding concrete floors are even better.
Stamped concrete floors that look like wood. To create an authentic wood look this pool deck was stamped with a wood plank pattern and colored with a tan dry shake color hardener accented by a dark brown release agent. Duhon 29 installed his first plank like floor four years ago for a parade of homes house. Wood stamps are becoming a popular choice for homeowners who like the look of wood decking but don t want to deal with the upkeep and deterioration. Concrete can withstand flooding yet create an attractive finished living space in the basement.
With the most realistic product you will receive we can produce any type of plank look shine or color. In the presence of even high humidity wood can warp mold and mildew. Stamped concrete transforms an aging concrete floor into a beautiful and finished floor space that looks just like wood floors an option which isn t possible in a basement. Since then he s installed similar floors for numerous people including jacob landry a character on history s television show swamp people.
Stamped concrete looks like wood but with reduced care and maintenance over the long run. Not only is wood stamped concrete more durable than actual wood decking but it won t cause splinters on bare feet. Give concrete floors new life with wood like stains historically concrete was left for high traffic areas or floor sections like basements patios and walkways where fashionable decor was not top priority. It s also prone to scratches and gouges.
Decorative floors like wood concrete has become the go to for residential and commercial spaces because of their fantastic abilities. To mimic the look of a hardwood floor with panels you will need to use a stamp to create the seams of the floor panels. Hardwood flooring can last 100 years or longer but moisture is always its downfall. The wood illusion on concrete is produced by creating an imprint with stamps that have the marks of real wood before the concrete finishes setting.