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Concrete Finishers & Overlay Services in Phoenix, AZ

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Prescreened Concrete Finishers & Overlay Services in Phoenix, AZ

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American Eagle Flooring, LLC
(480) 567-9472
Areas of Expertise
  • Concrete Epoxy Coatings
  • Concrete Decorative Coatings
Featured Review

"They make themselves available to work with my schedule and are excellent workers."

- jorge E.
R.S. Builders, LLC
(866) 350-1990
Areas of Expertise
  • Home Building
  • Custom homes
  • Kitchen remodelling
  • Bathroom remodelling
  • Home remodelling
Featured Review

"I hired RS Builders to remodel my built in bbq. They added drawers, a light, and replaced the top with granite and added a bar area. It looks great and is a much more inviting place to cook out now! They came when promised and finished when scheduled. I can t wait for Memorial Day so we can break it in. 😊"

- melody O. from phoenix, AZ
Concrete Craft of North Phoenix
(602) 782-4183
Areas of Expertise
  • Concrete Stain
  • Stamped concrete overlay
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"Does a good job!"

- geoff X.
Sunset Paint and Coatings, LLC
(602) 599-3319
Areas of Expertise
  • Concrete Coating
  • Exterior Painting
  • Pressure Washing
Featured Review

"Friendly, on time, got the job started when they said and finished when they said and did a very good job. Also cost fit my budget."

- john C. from peoria, AZ

Unscreened Concrete Contractors in Phoenix, Arizona

Reliable Structures, Inc.
3039 N. 82nd St.
Mesa, AZ 85207
Desert Sun Installations, Inc.
5311 E. Le Marche Ave.
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
S.L. Concrete
502 N. Snead Drive
Payson, AZ 85541
CBR Concrete
925 W. Monona
Phoenix, AZ 85027
Choice Landscaping
4438 W. Piute Ave.
Glendale, AZ 85308

Things to Consider Before You Apply concrete finish, overlay, or coloring to existing concrete in Phoenix, Arizona:

  • Where will the special finishes be applied? (Check all that apply)

    Interior finished floor
    Garage floor
    Driveway/parking area
    Exterior walkway
    Basement floor
    Pad for a light structure
    Pool deck
  • What kind of concrete finishes are you interested in? (Check all that apply)

    Brushed (slip resistant)
    Salt finished
    Overlayment (new layer applied over existing concrete)
    Design stenciled or etched into concrete
    Granite or Slate simulation
    Brick or cobblestone simulation
    Colored exposed aggregate (stones)
    Shiny wet look sealer
    Colored concrete
    Plain concrete with decorative borders
    Smooth troweled finish
    Complement house/yard
    Match a sample

Ideas & Inspiration from Phoenix Concrete Contractors

Phoenix Concrete Stain

Concrete stain is one of the newest innovations to really take hold in residential construction, and Phoenix has been on board since the ground floor. In fact, across the country, Phoenix is the most popular metropolitan area for HomeAdvisor to receive a request for concrete staining. In Phoenix, from Mesa to Scottsdale to Laveen to Buckeye and across the greater Valley area, we've recently helped homeowners transform their concrete into beautiful and affordable floors, walkways, driveways, and even countertops.

Concrete Stain
So what is this new process heralded by the concrete industry, home improvement contractors, and educational sources like this one? A concrete stain is created by an acid compound that allows the concrete to absorb any number of finishing treatments. Even basic acid stain can be applied to any number of decorative looks; more complicated techniques can also be used to give your concrete actual textures that will frequently leave guests fooled or intrigued about the flooring material and astounded when you tell them it is, in fact, concrete.

Moreover, there are no restrictions to speak of to the process of concrete staining. If you can pour concrete, you can stain concrete. Floors are the most popular candidate for stains, only because of the decorative options and preferences of homeowners. You can turn your concrete driveway into cobblestone, your countertop into polished marble, your walkway into a spectacular stone, and your floors into hardwood, all at a fraction of the cost of the real thing.

Cost of Concrete Staining
Still, concrete staining in Phoenix, or anywhere else, isn't cheap in absolute terms, only compared to the high-end materials concrete can imitate. The average cost of concrete staining is about a thousand dollars, although projects can range from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand, depending on the size of the project and the current condition of the concrete. Of course, concrete staining is also one more reason to consider pouring concrete in places you might not have previously considered. In fact, nowadays, concrete is being used for dining room tables, coffee tables, and other furniture. Before you talk yourself out of anything, you should talk to a professional about cost estimates and possible effects and textures.

As new as the process is and as dangerous and delicate as working with these chemicals can be, don't even think about taking this project on yourself unless you know exactly what you're doing. Even if you do the research and follow the procedure to the T, you're extraordinarily unlikely to achieve anything like the stunning and realistic finishes the professionals can produce. It may sound challenging and intriguing, but there are plenty of other home improvement projects out there for you to work on.

To this end, you'll want to find not only a professional, but the best of the best that Phoenix concrete companies have to offer. You'll want to find a company you can trust, but also an individual contractor who has specific experience with concrete staining. HomeAdvisor can help you find exactly this. We put each and every contractor through a rigorous 10-step screening process that eliminates the more unreliable contractors. Plus, with the popularity of concrete stain in Phoenix, we should still be able to put you in touch with several local contractors. There's still no substitute for getting multiple estimates and breeding competition that brings quality work for the best possible price.