Concrete Stain & Dye

Concrete staining is a process that allows you to brighten up your concrete surfaces with rich, vibrant colors. Whether you’re updating your home’s patio, your business’s showroom, or any concrete surface, our staining options offer a durable and cost-effective solution. Choose from a variety of hues and tones that mimic the natural beauty of stone, wood, leather, or marble, bringing a touch of elegance and uniqueness to your property.

  • Garage flooring
  • Indoor flooring
  • Countertops
  • Walls
  • Walkways
  • Patios

Concrete Stain

Acid-based chemical stains react with the minerals that make up a concrete slab. The end result is an etched surface in a range of earthy tones. Add a stamped design, and you can create the look of anything from natural stone to polished marble to stained wood.

These stains are semi-transparent, however, so be advised that they won’t cover any cracks or preexisting color. Proper surface preparation is key to any project, but it’s especially important when you’re using acid-based chemical stains.

Concrete Dye

Concrete dyes don’t react chemically to concrete—in other words, there’s not as much educated guessing going on when you apply a dye as there is when you apply a stain. Because dyes don’t bond to concrete, the color that comes out of the packaging is the color you’ll get, within reason.

Concrete is porous on its own, and the dye is made up of exceedingly tiny particles that will penetrate the surface, creating a striking end result. This process happens quite quickly, though, which means that there isn’t very much room for error.

Colored Concrete

Concrete can be colored in four different ways: stains, integral pigments, color hardeners, and dyes. Each of these coloring methods produces different looks and comes with its own set of advantages and disadvantages.

Why You’ll Love It:

  • Durability: Colored concrete is exceptionally durable, resistant to fading, chipping, and cracking, and ideal for withstanding heavy foot traffic, making it perfect for busy areas.
  • Low maintenance: These floors are low-maintenance and cost-effective, easily cleaned with basic tools like brooms, mops, or vacuums, and stains can be tackled with gentle cleaners.
  • Versatility: Colored concrete is versatile, suitable for flooring, countertops, and outdoor paving, and can be combined with decorative methods like stamping or polishing to create unique designs.
  • Eco-friendly: Coloring concrete floors is eco-friendly, eliminating the need for extra materials like tile or wood, and energy-efficient, helping regulate indoor temperatures to reduce heating and cooling demands.
  • Enhances aesthetics: Colored concrete boosts a space’s aesthetics with added color and texture and can make small areas appear larger, enhancing its appeal for compact spaces.

Color Options

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