Keeping your concrete floor clean: Tips to avoid staining

Look after your custom designed shed's concrete floor to futureproof your investment.

Concrete is a common flooring choice for custom designed sheds, homes, commercial complexes and a whole wide range of different property types. This is because it's a reliable material that combines durability with a minimalist, modern chic that is timeless. 

If you're looking into putting down a concrete floor in your new shed, you'll be making a great choice for the future of the space – investing in it's future usefulness and applications. Everything from storing vehicles through to your garden variety equipment, your custom designed shed can be used for almost anything and still look great.

However, one thing to keep in mind is that chemicals and other substances can often tarnish concrete by staining it. Things like petrol and oil – which are commonly stored in sheds – can leak and cause unsightly stains on the ground. Furthermore, if you're storing more industrial strength chemicals, the potential for these to etch into the concrete and create long-lasting, structural damage to your floor is a cause for alarm. 

Caring for your concrete floor

One way to avoid these issues from occurring is to ensure you have the right type of storage for hazardous materials. Fixtures and fittings like secure shelving and proper drainage systems throughout the shed can prevent materials from spilling - helping you to at least avoid the cosmetic afflictions that come from these complications. 

Furthermore, looking into sealing chemicals could be another way to avoid staining from occurring. There are a number of different sealants available, each with varying degrees of appropriateness for residential, commercial and industrial applications. Looking into these options could provide a wonderful option that can protect your investment well into the future. 

If you're considering buying a custom designed shed, protecting your flooring is just one of the factors to consider before moving forward. 

Posted in Commercial Builds, Residential Builds.