Concrete Resurfacing, Refinishing, and Repair in Indianapolis, IN
Indianapolis, Indiana is designed to appeal to visitors so every single detail needs to be aesthetically pleasing. We at Indianapolis Concrete Artisans keep up with the city by providing decorative solutions that improve any concrete surface, both in function and form.
We take pride in our work, paying great attention to detail. For over 20 years, we have offered nothing but top quality solutions for every concrete surface like flooring Indianapolis, and for every price point.
What can we do for you?
Why Indianapolis Concrete Artisans is a Reliable Contractor
When it comes to decorative concrete solutions that are focused on design and durability, you can count on us. Here are good reasons why:
Services, Assessments & Consultations on Decorative Concrete
Dealing with damaged concrete can be quite frustrating. We want to turn that around and making the experience enjoyable by offering custom solutions that combine aesthetics and function efficiently. Concrete repair, resurfacing with stamped overlay, spray knockdown texture, epoxy flooring, and polyurea polyaspartic coating.
All these can be customized to match or complement the space’s style or theme. If the surface of the slab is still in a structurally sound state, then refinishing is enough to improve its look and function. Stained concrete, be it in acid or water-based form, come in a variety of colors that you can mix and match.
Let’s set a time when we can talk more about your project and ideas, share our available options and suggestions, and determine if we are a good fit for what you want to have done.
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Adding texture and patterns on newly poured concrete or concrete with existing overlay perfect for outdoor surfaces, such as concrete patios, pool decks, and driveways. Stamped concrete overlay makes it possible to achieve the look of natural stones, bricks, tiles, wood, slate, without the need of removing the existing slab.
Concrete stains comes in two types: Water-based and acid stains. The results can mimic everything from polished marble to tanned leather to natural stone or even stained wood. This can be used on its own or together with other resurfacing materials on both interior and exterior surfaces.
Spray Knockdown Texture is a versatile and durable concrete finish applied as a splatter coat to create a textured, slip-resistant surface or “knocked down” with a trowel to create a smoother finish. The cooling and slip resistant features makes it a perfect option for patio, concrete driveway & pool deck resurfacing.
A two-part epoxy cement floor finish for residential, commercial and industrial surfaces. It is mixed and applied thick on indoor concrete slabs to customize it and make it super tough and durable that withstands impact, weight, grease stains, and other common concrete floor issues.
An exceptional floor coating which has a glossy, mirror-like finish best for commercial & residential interior floors. Polished concrete is popular in commercial buildings for its easy maintenance feature which requires dust mopping and occasional use of a cleaning product.
A highly durable floor coating which is best for commercial garages, auto-dealership, & other concrete floors. This fast-drying coating is often used for industrial floors because of its exceptionally tough and long-lasting surface.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, it is possible for old concrete to be stamped. Fortunately, stamped concrete can be applied over existing concrete. Stamped concrete overlays are long-lasting options for improving, repairing, and enhancing existing concrete.
Basic stamped concrete projects typically cost around $8 to $12 per square foot. However, more complex projects can cost as much as $18 per square foot.
Here are some of the questions you need to ask a professional concrete contractor:
- Do you have a portfolio of pictures of your previous work?
- How much experience do you have? What types of projects have you done before?
- What is your schedule like? How soon can you start my project?
- Can you provide references?
- How long will my project take?
- Will you need to obtain permits for my project?
- Will you be managing the project and do you have others who work with you?
- Will you be reinforcing the concrete with rebar?
- Do you have a written contract you typically use and do you guarantee your work in writing?
- How do you protect yourself on the job?