Decorative flooring is often requested to add creative flare to outdoor spaces. They can come in a variety of designs, arrangements, and custom-made to enhance your patios, walkways, gardens, and much more. Decorative flooring helps to add color and texture to your exteriors with use of different materials such as stone and brick.
Stones & Pebbles
Stone comes in several shapes, sizes, and colors and makes for an ideal setting for your decorative flooring. Small stones or pebbles are easily sourced and can provide a filling technique to your garden beds or around lounge areas. They’re soft on the feet, making them fitting for pets to walk on when installed in a bed-like area and keep plants contained with moisture. If you’re looking for bigger stones to decorate your outdoor area, we can easily incorporate them into a cement mixture and so they give the space texture and definition. While these ones are not as easy to walk on, they make an excellent décor element for outdoor walking paths or courtyards.
Although we specialize in outdoor construction, concrete flooring can also work just as well indoors. Concrete decorative flooring is preferred by customers that want to stain or color their concrete to match their interiors. It can be given a matte or an epoxy finish, making it appear either flat and leveled or shiny and glistening. For outdoor purposes, decorative concrete floors can still be achieved easily and are given further protection from water and elemental damage.
You may be familiar with brick used around your home or to build structures, but did you know that brick can also be used as a decorative flooring system? Although the bricks used for flooring surfaces is slightly thinner than standard building bricks, it’s still able to achieve a rustic look with many colorful options. The brick used for flooring systems is less porous and is given a smoothing finish to protect it. Many clients often opt for large space brick installations as they’re able to cover a lot of ground with attractive designs or patterns.
One of the most popular options for decorative flooring systems is tile. Tiles come in countless patterns that allow for clients to customize them and apply them in virtually any way they’d like. Tiles are water-resistant and bonded together using gout, making them sturdy and able to repel outdoor elements. Since tiles do not retain water when they come in contact with it, they can easily be used for swimming pool linings or sitting areas. Tiles can be made of several materials but common porcelain tiles tend to be used for structures like fire pits and outdoor kitchens, given their properties of being fireproof. When clients request tiles for outdoor decorative flooring projects, they often look for tiles that can be formed to create mosaic structures or intricate patterns. We are easily able to achieve both, giving our clients the customization they look for in decorative flooring projects and lawn maintenance.