Is your business building looking a little bleak? Has your office administrator been bugging you about getting some new countertops for the break room or has your HR director been reminding you that the carpet desperately needs some TLC?
What options do you have for updating your space? Have you considered remodeling the concrete in your warehouse or changing that dark green ’70s carpet to an acid-stained pattern concrete floor? There are great, cost-effective ways to transform your concrete from drab to fab.
You’ve probably been eyeing that tawdry linoleum countertop, but you can’t justify spending your business’s budget on quartz or granite. Concrete countertops are the best substitute and can be made to look exactly like the fanciest marble. You can customize your concrete countertops to have one of a kind veining, marbling, and edging. Concrete countertops are great for kitchens, bathrooms, and fireplaces, to name a few.
Change your ugly gray concrete into a beautiful showroom floor with epoxy coating. This option is best for you if you’re looking to update your floor as well as increase its durability. It’s exceptional for a high traffic area because of its long-lasting material. Many people use epoxy coating for garages, warehouses, storage rooms, basements, patios, and industrial building floors. It comes in a variety of colors and lasts for as long as 20 years—the longest lasting finish around and definitely worth your buck. To add the cherries on top, epoxy coating is also water resistant, slip resistant, and protects against oil, dirt, and chemicals. Epoxy coating can be hard to install, however, so leave it to a professional.
Acid staining is a perfect alternative to tile, carpet, or linoleum flooring. This option offers custom designs with different patterns—you can even put your company logo in the floor or add diamond designs. It uses a chemical process to permanently change the color of your floor. You can alter the color of your floor to a rich honey or a vibrant red, or even change it to a crisscross tiled pattern. Like epoxy coating, acid staining does add to the durability of your floor, but it is more slippery when wet. Because of this, acid staining is best done in accent areas where the color of the floor accentuates the style and aura of the room. It can also be done on your concrete countertops, like the ones outside by your company grill. Acid staining can be done yourself, but requires a lot of work so it’s best to contact us to give your space the makeover it needs.
For more on how Hard Rock can bring life to your business setting using concrete see our post about custom concrete counters.