Custom Concrete Design
It is simply amazing what our expert craftsmen are able to do with concrete. When you want a certain look for your flooring, allow us to provide it to you at Indianapolis Concrete Professionals. We make sure that you receive the look that you envision. You may comb through Pinterest or Houzz to discover some of the types of flooring that you believe will look best on your home or business floors. No job is too complicated for our experts. If you find a concrete design that appeals to you, show it to our design team and they will replicate it for you with no problem. This is one of the many reasons so many people in Indianapolis, IN choose our services instead of our competitors. We will work hard to give our customers exactly what they want. You might think that since it is a custom concrete project that you will not be able to afford it, we assure you that you will be able to afford our prices at Indianapolis Concrete Professionals.
What Affects Pricing
Many of our customers want to know what affects the price of custom concrete designs. First, it is determined by the size of the floor. So this might surprise you but the larger the floor the less expensive it is. The smaller the area, the most expensive the job will be. It is a matter of how the concrete is cut and applied. Any of our design professionals would be happy to explain this to you in further detail when you contact us for your complimentary consultation.
Another thing that will undeniably affect the cost of your custom design is the complexity of the design. The more complex the design is the more materials will be needed. It will also take us longer to complete the project. Things, such as metal divider strips, decorative sawcuts, embedded objects, and stenciled designs will increase the cost of your custom project significantly.
The type of materials used for your project will increase its cost. If we need to use metallic coating, different color stains, or dye, this will be labor intensive, which means it will cost more for the overall project.
The condition of your existing floors will increase the cost of the job. If we have to do patch work to create a surface that we can work with, it will raise the cost of the job. When a lot of prep work needs to be performed prior to the actual work, this will make it more expensive. In some cases, we need to repair cracks, grind the existing floor and sometimes completely resurface the existing flooring.
When there is a high level of moisture-vapor transmission present, it needs to be taken care of before any type of concrete work can be performed on the floors. If it is not, imperfections in your flooring will definitely be noticeable. We don’t usually find moisture buildup a problem with floors that are stained.