Want the look of a wood floor or patio with the durability and low maintenance of concrete? It’s not as impossible as it sounds. Wood stamped concrete in Nampa, Idaho is a cost-effective way to get the beauty and texture of wood grain on your patio, pool deck, and floors. Our concrete floors that look like wood are just as durable and long-lasting as concrete and combine stamped concrete with stains to get the look you want.
Nampa, Idaho wood concrete flooring and patios don’t just look as good as the real thing; they can look even better. This is because the concrete will never splinter or rot. While the color can fade after years of neglect or improper sealing, it can be restored by cleaning and resealing the concrete.
If you love the look of a wood deck or wood flooring but don’t want to deal with daily upkeep, wood rot, splinters, and termites, our stamped concrete that looks like wood is the perfect solution.
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What Is Wood Stamped Concrete?
We can create the look of rich wood using stamped concrete, a technique in which a concrete slab is poured and then stamped with a design before it fully sets. Stamped concrete that looks like wood is achieved with wood plank stamps that imprint a realistic wood grain and texture. Your concrete wood patio or floor will look very realistic because the plank stamps are molded from actual wood planks. Our Nampa concrete contractors will use dry-shake or integral color along with surface-applied stains to create natural color variations
Benefits of Having A
Concrete Wood Floor
Homeowners and business owners turn to wood stamped concrete for many reasons. This attractive solution is flexible, hard-working, and slip-resistant with long-lasting durability and a surface that’s almost completely maintenance free. Stamped concrete is an economical alternative to wood and pavers, especially for large applications like pool decks, patios, and driveways. It requires far less maintenance than other materials with no joints or seams to weaken and contribute to weed growth. It’s also hard to beat aesthetically with a look that closely mimics real wood
Longer Life Than Wood
While a wood patio can last for up to 15 years with regular maintenance, stamped concrete can last much longer with almost no care. Wood stamped concrete lasts just as long as regular slab concrete. You can expect a wood stamped concrete floor, patio, walkway, or driveway to last 25 years or even longer.
Pavers and wood patios, decks, and floors can all be costly, both in terms of materials and labor. Stamped concrete that looks like wood is an economical alternative to wood whether it’s used indoors or outside. Achieving the stamped concrete wood look in Nampa, Idaho is a fraction of the cost of using real wood and comes with longevity and reduced maintenance to save even more money over time.
Improves Your Resale Value
Concrete that looks like wood comes with instant curb appeal for your home and aesthetic value for your living spaces. By choosing wood stamped concrete over plain slab concrete, you can enjoy a better return on your investment and improve your home’s resale value
Its durability and reduced maintenance are where wood stamped concrete really shines compared to hardwood. Stamped concrete looks like wood but with reduced care and maintenance over the long run. Hardwood flooring can last 100 years or longer but moisture is always its downfall. In the presence of even high humidity, wood can warp, mold, and mildew. It’s also prone to scratches and gouges. Wood concrete flooring is a low-care alternative to wood flooring in the house with the ability to withstand moisture, heavy foot traffic, pets, and more.
While a wood deck or patio can last 10 to 15 years, it requires substantial maintenance, including regular cleaning and staining. Concrete that looks like wood delivers the same beautiful appearance but lasts 25 years or longer with virtually no maintenance.
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Love the idea of concrete floors that look like wood? Aren’t sure if it’s the right choice for you? We are here to help! Here are some frequently asked questions about wood stamped concrete. Please reach out to us if you have additional questions or concerns.
What are the benefits of concrete wood flooring?
Concrete wood flooring comes with numerous advantages. When used outside for patios, driveways, and walkways, stamped wood concrete is weatherproof and much longer-lasting than wood. It never splinters, rots, or requires staining. No matter where it’s installed, wood stamped concrete in Nampa, ID is a cost-effective alternative to using real wood. It can even be used in basements, bathrooms, and garages to get the look of wood flooring without the issues with water damage, swelling, and maintenance.
Do concrete floors that look like wood crack?
One of the benefits of a concrete wood floor is it’s very long-lasting and durable. When installed properly, wood stamped concrete is very resistant to cracks but it’s important to understand that all concrete will develop some cracks eventually. These cracks will typically be very minor and, thanks to the stamped pattern, be difficult to detect as they blend with the lines and wood grain pattern. If the cracks ever become an eyesore, we can repair and disguise them.
Can I get concrete that looks like wood over my existing concrete?
If you have an existing concrete slab that you want to transform with the stamped concrete wood look, we can help. As long as your existing concrete is in good condition, it can be covered with a stamped concrete overlay. This gives you the same look as conventional wood stamped concrete. We install stamped concrete overlays to upgrade the appearance of boring concrete floors, driveways, patios, walkways, and more.
How can I get a free estimate?
We offer free estimates for stamped concrete that looks like wood in Nampa, Idaho. To get your free estimate, please give us a call. We will schedule an in-person assessment of your existing concrete floors or the space where you want to install wood stamped concrete to provide an accurate estimate.