Rustic Concrete Wood: Making concrete look like real hardwood floors

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If you’re looking for a stylish, yet rustic flooring option, then rustic concrete wood might be the perfect choice. Rustic concrete wood is a unique method of making concrete floors look like hardwood floors. It involves adding texture and color to the surface of the concrete to give it a unique, natural-looking appeal. This technique can transform your home or office into an inviting, cozy space with the look and feel of hardwood flooring. In this blog post we will explore how rustic concrete wood can create beautiful, durable flooring that looks just like genuine hardwood but at a fraction of the cost.

The Concrete Protector’s Rustic Concrete Wood System starts with an industrial cementitious coating that is actually stronger than concrete itself. We use a combination of taping, troweling, and staining techniques to give the rich feel of reclaimed hardwood. 

Benefits of Concrete Wood

  • Super Durable & Easy To Maintain
  • Indoor / Outdoor Installations
  • Unlimited Color Selections
  • Waterproof – not affected by floods if installed in a basement
  • Perfect to be installed over heated slab applications.
  • Great for people with big pets
  • Environmentally Friendly & Sustainable

This popular decorative concrete system actually gives you grain, knots, and nail holes that you can actually feel. We have witnessed many people on their hands and knees because they couldn’t believe it wasn’t real wood. A wide selection of stains allows for concrete wood in any color imaginable, from rustic to super modern.

With Rustic Concrete Wood, you don’t have to worry about moisture damage or other problems associated with laminate surfaces. Our sustainable, pet-friendly coating can permanently transform any basement, family room, patio, porch, showroom, or commercial space. This system is great for restaurants and garage flooring, and even floors that handle vehicle traffic!

Check out this Rustic Concrete Wood installation video on YouTube.