The heat resistance of decorative concrete depends on a variety of factors, such as the type and quality of the concrete, the installation method, and the type and intensity of the heat source. In general, most decorative concrete products are designed to withstand temperatures of up to 200 to 250 degrees Fahrenheit without significant damage.
However, excessive heat can cause decorative concrete to crack or discolor, particularly if the concrete was not properly installed or cured. Additionally, decorative concrete that is exposed to direct flame or extreme heat, such as from a fire pit or grill, may be more prone to damage.
It’s important to consult with a qualified concrete contractor to ensure that the decorative concrete is appropriate for the intended use and can withstand the expected temperatures. Additionally, it’s important to follow any manufacturer’s recommendations for maintenance and care to ensure the longevity and performance of the decorative concrete.