Flooring is an important but often overlooked element of your overall decor. To understand whether concrete is right for you, and for the room you are considering it for, it is wise to understand it as a material and the pros and cons so that you can make an informed decision.
Once it is down, a concrete floor will not need a lot of attention beyond sealing it and waxing it once or twice a year, depending on the level of traffic, to maintain the protective layer. Beyond this, a broom and a mop will do the trick, which is a big pro.
Concrete is difficult to damage; therefore, it is a great option in high traffic areas or where furniture might be dragged, pet claws scratched or high heels walked across. It can withstand heavy equipment to commercial levels and is therefore great for workshops and garages in addition to use in the home.
Whilst it might be very durable, concrete is hard. If you drop something on it, you won’t damage the floor; however, whatever