Stained Concrete Floors & Concrete Countertops in Asheville, NC.  We use Reactive Acid Stains and Penetrating Dyes to create durable and beautiful concrete surfaces that are friendly to People, Pets, and our Planet.

  • Finished Basements
  • Radiant Heated Floors
  • Indoor & Outdoor Kitchen Countertops
  • Bathroom Vanities
  • Hardscape: Patios, Sidewalks, Driveways
  • Fireplace Surrounds
  • Retaining Walls
  • Garages
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EnnisArt will find the best options for your budget, time, and aesthetic.

We will guide you through the choices, adhere to a schedule, and deliver quality work that looks great and performs well.

EnnisArt is proud to use ecologically responsible materials:

  • Non-Toxic
  • No Volatile Organic Compounds
  • No Off-Gassing
  • LEED Certified
  • Living Future Institute Approved
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Installation rates depend on location, site conditions, and square footage.

Commercial                         starting at        $3.00/SF
Residential                          starting at        $3.50/SF
Acid Stain                            starting at        $3.75/SF
MicroTopping an additional                          $2.00/SF
Decorative Scoring                                       $1.75/LF

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Typical Floor Treatments


Reactive Acid Stain

Concrete acid stains are a mixture of water, hydrochloric acid, and metallic salts.  The acid reacts with the concrete's lime content, allowing the water and metallic salts to penetrate the surface.  After the stain dries, it is neutralized, leaving permanently colored concrete.


A densifier is used to harden a concrete's surface.  It reacts with the lime content to produce Calcium Silicate Hydrate, which fills the concrete's pores and makes it stronger.


A polymer-enhanced cement installed as a thin layer on top of existing concrete.  It creates a fresh, durable surface for cosmetically undesirable concrete.  MicroTopping can also contain integral color and receive stain.

Typical Stained Floor Workflow

  • Mask off perimeter of work area with chemical resistant paper
  • Repair nail divots, cracks, and scars
  • Profile floor
  • Thoroughly clean, rinse, and vacuum work area
  • Install MicroTopping (if required)
  • Stain work area using appropriate materials and techniques
  • Seal work area
  • Polish work area with high-speed burnisher to establish final luster
  • Remove all paper protection
  • Floor is ready for foot traffic

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