As opposed to tile or wooden flooring created by specific patterns, concrete floors utilize large slabs of poured concrete that serve as the finished surface material. Depending on your specific project type, concrete can either be used as a subfloor or poured on top of a subfloor but requires no additional surfacing. The material associated with indoor concrete flooring typically consists of cement, sand, aggregate, and water, in addition to a sealant, which acts as a protectant to prevent scratches and reduce moisture. While concrete flooring requires no additional surfacing, many homeowners opt for stained, polished, or stamped concrete to better complement their home’s interior aesthetic.
With proper installation and maintenance, concrete flooring can prove to be a great option for any room in your home, especially in the kitchen! Because of its heightened durability and easy-to-clean finish, our home remodeling experts in Wichita recommend concrete flooring to homeowners who spend a lot of time in the kitchen. But remember, it’s best to create cohesion amongst the different rooms in your home, so if you wish to update your kitchen floors to concrete, consider making concrete your primary floor finish, extending it to the other rooms in your house, such as in the hallways and bathrooms. The only place you may want to avoid opting for concrete floors would be any room beneath the ground level, such as basements, as rising moisture can create cracking.
Concrete floors offer a multitude of benefits that make them an increasingly popular choice for modern homes. Some of the most notable advantages for homeowners include:
In regards to long-term value, concrete floors offer a more cost-effective solution. Their durability and minimal maintenance requirements translate to fewer replacement and repair costs over the years. Additionally, the wide variety of finishing options means that homeowners can achieve high-end looks without the required expense of premium materials.
Renowned for its exceptional durability and longevity, concrete floors can withstand heavy foot traffic, furniture, and other daily wear and tear when properly installed and maintained. Unlike other flooring materials that might require regular replacement, well-maintained concrete floors can last for decades.
Easy To Maintain
It’s no secret that your kitchen floors are likely subjected to spills, stains, and scratches. Good news for you—concrete floors are relatively low-maintenance compared to many other flooring options. They are incredibly easy to clean and maintain, as regular sweeping and occasional mopping is usually sufficient to keep concrete floors looking pristine!
Are you ready to remodel your kitchen in Wichita? Our home remodeling experts at Southwestern Remodeling offer free in-home consultations to all new customers. We encourage you to contact us at (316) 263-1239 to schedule yours today!
Contact us at (316) 263-1239 to schedule a free consultation with one of our remodeling experts.