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Concrete Textures & Finishes

Textures & Finishes

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  • Concrete Textures & Finishes
  • Concrete Textures & Finishes
  • Concrete Textures & Finishes
  • Concrete Textures & Finishes
  • Concrete Textures & Finishes
  • Concrete Textures & Finishes
  • Concrete Textures & Finishes

When it comes to durability, style and versatility, concrete is an excellent choice for
concrete floors and other exterior hardscape decorations, such as driveways, patios,
outdoor living spaces, seat-walls and walkways, or interior surfaces, such as walls or
fireplaces. Concrete can not only be shaped into practically any form, but a wide
selection of various textures and finishes can be applied to provide a unique look that
enhances your specific Tucson home or business design.
Decorative concrete can be obtained in numerous ways. Stamped concrete patterns can
be applied to give a look of brick, stone, slate, tile, etc. A broom finish leaves a light
texture that is perfect for non-slip surfaces. The sweat finish that Zona Concrete offers
is a variation of the broom finish, but is more aesthetically pleasing given the random
troweled texture patterns. Exposed aggregate finishes provide a rough stone appearance
by eliminating the top concrete layer to expose the contained materials which is another
slip-resistant option for your decorative concrete floors. The sand finish option is
similar to the exposed aggregate, but different because only the smaller sand aggregates
are exposed rather than the rock underneath. Color can be applied by either mixing it
directly into the concrete or by applying it once the concrete has been laid. Concrete
stains can also be applied after curing has taken place. Contact Tucson’s Zona
Decorative Concrete for more options and information on concrete applications, textures and finishes.

How can decorative concrete transform your home?