A new 2010 Concrete Floor Report developed by ConcreteNetwork.com offers an in-depth look into consumer perceptions about concrete flooring options and opportunities.
This first-of-its-kind report reveals exciting results of a recent study on concrete floor trends, including insights on consumer attitudes and perceptions, likes and dislikes, where they garner floor design ideas, how they feel concrete floors compare to other surface materials, and more.
Including a number of statistics regarding concrete floors, this report clearly shows concrete floors are becoming more widely known as a suitable finished surface material for interior commercial and residential spaces. The buzz about concrete’s customizable features and benefits continues to spread, attracting more and more people to this established medium.
“People will seek out concrete as they try to find a flooring material that will last, be easy to clean, be eco-friendly, and allow them the capability to design it the way they want,” says Khara Dizmon, director of communications for ConcreteNetwork.com. “There aren’t many comparable products out there that can claim host to all those benefits wrapped into one, and still be pretty,” she says.
Results for the report were gathered from a recent survey administered to current subscribers of ConcreteNetwork.com’s consumer email newsletter, The Concrete Quest. There were 454 participants who took part in this eight question survey on consumer thoughts about concrete floors.