Gary Puntman | http://www.vicmix.com.au/Decorative-Concrete/Polished-Concre
Emily Merrell | http://www.enduracoat.net/Acid-Stain/b/2476100011
WHEN IT NEEDS CLEANING I LOVE SEEING THE DUST TO REMIND ME TO CLEAN LOL I WOULD SAY IT WILL HELP RESALE ITS THE ONLY FLOOR I WILL EVER HAVE
Best applicatios are for patios and sidewalks and those area where foundation repairs have ripped up adjacent cement and the patch job looks really bad..this happened to me..my front pourch had three supports and the "new"concrete patches looked very bad...the concrete paint/stain is the way to go..better than ruipping up old patio and replacing it.
Troy in Texas
Call 214 543 0122..I can give you some vedors to call I have trusted to do the job properly.
Good Luck -
After we did it the two downfalls were they are pretty cold in the winter - even in Plano, TX so if you decide to do get some rugs, and two if you do it in your bedroom and have dogs, the clicking of their nails can wake a light sleeper.
JMO...to broaden your buyer market, stick with wood. But if this installation is for you, and you're not selling right now...go with the polished concrete. I feel it will become a desirable flooring option, in the next few years.