Concrete staining FAQ's

Concrete stain application on driveway

Does my concrete have to be new?

No, we can stain old concrete as well as new.  


Keep in mind that the concrete's condition affects the result and the price.  Cracks and large holes should be repaired.  If your concrete has been stained by oil or tree sap, etc, the coloration will be affected.


We love the challenge of working with any surface, and encourage you to keep an open mind.  Concrete staining becomes art and the results are often more beautiful than you imagined, even with stains and cracks.


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Can I have more than one color?

Yes, most concrete staining projects incorporate at least two colors. The color options are extensive.  We listen to your vision for your project and make recommendations that will compliment your house and achieve the results you envision.


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When will I be able to use my surface after the application?

Wait 72 hours post application before walking or driving on your concrete staining project.


Springfield, Joplin & Neosho - stained concrete increases the value of your home.

Do you stain indoor concrete surfaces?

Absolutely!  Basements and high traffic areas are perfect for concrete staining.  For an industrial look, the entire house can be stained concrete.


We also offer commercial floor concrete staining.


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How long does the concrete stain last?

Concrete staining will last indefinitely.  Average sealer life and reaaplication is every 5 years.


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Is the surface slick?

One of the newest trends in exterior concrete surfaces is concrete staining. While no two finish results will be the same, our experience and artistic eye can help you achieve the look you desire.


We begin with a color consultation, surface analysis and sealer recommendation, Most concrete surfaces require a non-slip sealer that minimizes risk of slippage.


However, as with any hard surface we recommend using extreme caution with children and the elderly.  Providing rugs and non-slip mats around entrances and exits will discourage accidents.


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