From vast new homes with elaborate concrete, decorative concrete designs have become one of the new trends for concrete floors, patios, pool decks, entryways and more. Now concrete is no longer dull, plain and mundane as it has become a beautiful decorative item. According to some recent reports, more and more concrete contractors are turning to decorative concrete across the world.
Today's builders, homeowners and designers understand the value in using concrete in their different plans and designs. A nicely decorated concrete transits a traditional grey concrete into warm floors, cool & modern bathroom areas and weather-resistant floors & walls to name a few.
In the present scenario, Tempesta Concrete is offering a wide variety of solutions in concrete, ranging from revolutionary micro topping, acid stained concrete, polished concrete, concrete tiles to counter tops and sinks.
Decorative concrete lets you decide which hue of shade will give you that enrapture Spanish tile look on pool deck and yet retain the durability of concrete. The modern advancements in concrete tools, textures, patterns and concrete stains & dyes have made concrete one of the most versatile, durable and appealing surfacing items in the market.
When asked about the advantages of decorative concrete, Mr. Ankush Khanna, Marketing Head, Tempesta replied, “Tempesta believes in refurbishing the mundane look of your place. Without any customization, concrete is dull and plain. Our decorative concrete allows us to transform that stodgy surface into something unique and beautiful. The final product enjoys the durability and strength of concrete but also get the look & feel of the high end construction material.” Indeed Tempesta is a name to reckon with.
Tempesta is offering a range of custom concrete solutions for businesses and homeowners. From polished concrete to staining and dying, Tempesta delivers professional and beautiful results. Offering top notch products at amazing prices, Tempesta is recognized as the leader in decorative concrete industry.
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