Adding Texture Overlay on Concrete Floors

June 9, 2017

There are many ways to achieve an impressive new look for your home. Instead of costly makeovers and construction projects, consider adding a textured overlay to your concrete surfaces. Wondering what you can add texture overlay to? Texture overlays can be added to surfaces such as pool decks, driveways, walkways and more. Adding a texture overlay is an affordable and easy way to make a huge difference in the look of your home. If you are looking for a way to achieve a new look that is affordable, consider adding a texture overlay to your pool deck or driveway. 

There are a number of different options when it comes to concrete overlays. One of the most popular options is the original acrylic overlay. The classic overlay offers a unique slip-resistant texture that can make your home safe for your family, friends and guests. One of the best places for the slip-resistant texture to be added is around a pool deck. Other options include patios, driveways, walkways and more. Another excellent feature is that the overlay decreases the surface temperature making it safe to walk around barefoot, especially during the hot summer months. The surface is noticeably cooler than concrete, brick and tile. 

In addition to the classic acrylic overlay, additional textured overlays and stamped overlays can be added to the surface of your driveway, deck or sidewalk. With special textured overlays and colored tints, you can achieve a number of unique looks that will make it seem that your floor is made from tile, stone, limestone, brick and other popular surfaces. This is a great option as you can save a lot of money by using traditional concrete as this is a cheaper product than natural stones. In addition, stamped concrete overlays can be used in order to achieve patterns and lines on the surface of the concrete. It is these stamped overlays that achieve the look and feel of actual stone products.

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