Wood Looking Concrete

Wood Looking Textured Concrete Installers

One of the most demanded flooring trends today is Wood Looking concrete with a wooden look or Textured Concrete.  All famous designers know the variety of choices of wood tiles available on the market. Our specialists at DUOMIT have developed their own specialty of textured concrete that exactly looks like wood planks, and this technique has become well known across the United States. 

For years, stamped concrete was the only way to achieve a wood texture on the concrete surface. While these techniques are still accessible to designers and floor owners, we developed exclusive practices and several new ways to achieve a more authentic wood finish.

Textured Concrete

How much does Textured Concrete Cost?

Firstly, we can do floors in any color, from washed gray to dark brownish variations.  It is a creative solution, like metallics epoxy, and always produces an exceptional outcome. Also, we use different materials and tools and drag the trowels and forms to create woodgrain effects.

Moreover, the most complex and essential part is hand-staining each particular plank.  Our customers have a few options: for indoor, we accomplish the floors with smooth surfaces or slip-resistance for outdoor use.

Our plank-like textured concrete pricing varies from $10 to $25 per square foot and depends on the existing concrete surface quality and customers’ requirements.

What is Textured Concrete?

This wood-textured method gives you a gentler texture than the stamp concrete method. Furthermore, the final product looks similar to actual wood plank compared to stamping and is more cost-effective. The coloring techniques have a wide range of options.

Here are some examples of projects using textured concrete stamps:

Finally, wood floors are not always the best option when durability is essential. More and more homeowners expecting to get a look at wood but the strength of concrete.

While DUOMIT Concrete Contractors Near Me gets most of its work through word of mouth, a good portion of those calls are repair work — fixing staining or finishes gone bad, sealer or lap lines, and unclean floors. We do it right first, giving wood-looking concrete a great name.