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Concrete Staining for Driveways and Patios

Staining concrete is a way to upgrade the appearance of your driveway or patio in a customizable way. The stain can be subtle or bold, depending on your taste. We have many options to choose from! Give us a call if you are looking to enhance the curb appeal of your home or give your patio a feeling of luxury. Chattanooga Concrete Co. is the premier concrete staining contractor in Chattanooga and the surrounding areas!

How does concrete staining work?

Concrete stain penetrates deep into the concrete and reacts to form a permanent bond that doesn’t flake or fade over time. We use the highest quality stains to ensure your driveway or patio will be long-lasting, stay beautiful over the years, and will be easy to maintain.

Is concrete staining a good idea?

If you are looking for a way to enhance your outdoor spaces without putting in all-new floors, concrete staining is right for you! Concrete staining can drastically transform the look and feel of your home as a relatively small project. If your driveway is old and worn-looking, a fresh concrete staining job is a much cheaper option than pouring a new driveway or resurfacing the concrete.

How long will stained concrete last?

Concrete stain permeates deep in the concrete, creating a permanent bond that will last as long as the concrete. Concrete driveways and patios can last anywhere from 20-50 years, and you do not need to worry about your stain fading or peeling over time.

Can old concrete be stained?

Old and existing concrete can be stained unless it has a lot of contaminants on it, such as glue, paint, oil, grease, or sealers. Concrete stain needs to soak into the pores of the concrete, and the contaminates mentioned above can prevent the stain from creating the bond it should.

You can test to see if your concrete has any kind of seal by pouring a little water on the surface. The water should soak in, but if you see water beads on the surface, or water sitting on the surface, you might have a sealant of some sort on your concrete. The seal would need to be stripped from the concrete before staining.

If you have any questions about whether or not your existing concrete can be stained, don’t hesitate to give us a call, we are happy to consult with you!

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