Frequently Asked Questions
Concrete is one of the most versatile, durable and cost-effective building materials known to man. It’s environmentally sustainable, with “green” credentials that outperform both steel and timber.

Second only to water, concrete is the second most consumed substance on earth.

Concrete can reduce energy consumption by as much as 50% due to it’s excellent thermal mass energy consumption.

Concrete is a very small contributor to greenhouse gases.

Concrete is completely non-combustible (classified as an A1 fire resistant material) and has a slow rate of heat transfer, making it highly effective against the spread of fire

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Concrete is a “green” building material [Click here to find out how]

Concrete is non-allergenic – it does not harbor dust, dirt, pollen and other allergens.

Concrete is “Pet Friendly” – accidents wipe up with a damp cloth!

Concrete requires very little maintenance and is easy to clean.

Concrete is energy efficient. It maintains a constant temperature (cool in summer and warm in winter).

Concrete is exceptionally durable (unlike carpets which need to be replaced periodically).

Concrete allows endless possibilities for creative custom design… from traditional to contemporary.

Concrete can simulate the look of other materials. It can be colored, textured and stamped to resemble brick, flagstone, wood, slate, marble and granite – at a fraction of the cost.

Concrete floors rarely if ever need replacement especially if properly installed and maintained.
There is always potential for minor random cracks. However, some people like the rustic organic look that can be achieved by staining the floor and leaving the minor cracks exposed.
Concrete does not get any colder than any other traditional hard surface flooring (i.e. tile, natural stone, etc.)
Concrete floors are easy to maintain. How much maintenance your floor needs largely depends on the amount of traffic it receives and the protective coating you choose. For more information about protective coatings and sealers contact us.
A simple cleaning regimen of occasional sweeping and damp mopping will keep your floors looking new for many years. Keep away from cleaning products with high ammonia content. Simple Green or just plain vinegar and water should do the trick when it’s time get some heavy cleaning done.

Specializing in

  • Stained Concrete
  • Cement Overlays
  • Stamped Concrete
  • Concrete Counters & Sinks
  • Garage Floors
  • Epoxy Floors
  • Maintenance & Pressure Washing

Service Area

  • New Orleans and surrounding areas
  • Slidell
  • Baton Rouge / Hammond
  • Covington / Mandeville
  • Lafayette