Decorative Concrete finishes have now become a must-be requirement for any project. Architects, Designers, and Clients have been specifying decorative concrete finishes for floors, walls, cabinets, counters, etc. Because of its aesthetics and natural feel. At SDS, all are required to reinstate your finishes into a modern contemporary look. From your house to your office to your surfaces outside… SDS will enhance your home, office, or commercial space with a customized decorative concrete finish. Whether it is new or old concrete, tile, or raised flooring, SDS has the product for you.
Decorative Concrete floors are an excellent substitute for linoleum, carpet, wood, tile, stone, or marble. Colored concrete comes in various textures and finishes, or is polished to a smooth, gleaming appearance.
Cement flooring is long-lasting, resilient, and simple to clean and maintain.
Exposing concrete subfloors and adding a decorative coating is a cost-effective and ecologically responsible choice if your home or business has them.
Decorative concrete is a technique for employing concrete as a cosmetic and aesthetic upgrade to a structure while preserving its purpose as an element of the structure, such as floors, walls, driveways, and pathways.
The concrete countertop can be accomplished using a variety of methods and materials that can be applied either during the pouring process or after the concrete has been set.
Through a perfect mixture of aggregates, binders, fibers, and coloring agents, we provide the desired look and color for your next outdoor and indoor paving projects.
We offer specific high-quality solutions at the service of your creativity.
With the increasing demand for decorative concrete, the demand for concrete countertops has dramatically increased in recent years. Homeowners can choose from a full-size array of patterns, shades, and shapes, and each stamped concrete countertop is a unique design in itself. One of the best benefits of decorative concrete is that it can be installed through a concrete contractor, but they’re also an exquisite DIY mission.
Cement flooring is generally used as both in residential and in public buildings. Cement flooring is non-absorbent so it is very useful for water stores. It is durable so it is used in kitchens, bathrooms, schools, hospitals, drawing rooms, etc. Cement flooring is smooth and pleasing in appearance. The best part is, that it is economical and can be easily maintained.
Although “cement” and “concrete” are frequently used to refer to the same substance, cement is a concrete component.
Concrete and cement differ from one another in terms of strength due to differences in their composition. Concrete is much stronger than cement and will continue to get stronger over time because of the additional aggregates and admixtures. Cement is not compact and remains less durable because it lacks these additional materials. As a result, it cannot be used in place of concrete, even though cement is frequently more practical as a building material.
If you are comparing concrete and cement to decide on the best material for your flooring, Contact us today. We can help you choose the best decorative flooring for your construction project.