Staining Vertically for Buildings, Warehouses, Tilt-Up Construction & More
“Best way to color a vertical surface.”
When coloring a vertical surface, stain is an ideal, affordable option.
An acid stain that creates a translucent mottled look by reacting with the minerals and salts in the concrete.
SunAcid Color Chart
This water-based stain can be layered and combined to create a multitude of colors. It’s one of our most popular stain products for commercial applications.
SunH2O Color Chart
A liquid that’s soluble in either water or acetone. When combined with water it provides more color variation; when combined with acetone it has a darker monotone look.
SunDye Color Chart
Features and benefits: With the right decorative applications and stain techniques, SUNDEK installers can create the look of just about any material. Here are some of the materials we can mimic with staining:
Using this technique allows you to get the desired look but with the durability of decorative concrete. Concrete is reliable for its strength and durability, and clients also appreciate that with concrete they don’t have to worry about issues such as rotting, termites, water damage, and more.
What types of vertical structures can be stained?
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