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How Much Does Nature Stone Cost Per Square Foot?

Last Updated on March 23, 2024
Written by CPA Alec Pow | Content Reviewed by Certified CFA CFA Alexander Popinker

Nature stone is a very nice-looking choice for floors, a brand of stone and epoxy flooring that will surely turn heads. But how much will it cost to install it in your home?

To get this right out of the way, Nature Stone costs somewhere between $9 and $15 per square foot, which means somewhere between $3,600 and $6,000 for a house that needs about 400 square feet of stone.

This price will usually be based on several factors like the type of Nature stone flooring you go for, the general condition of your existing concrete, as well as the space where you need it installed, and whether there are any ongoing discounts or not.

Before you have your Nature Stone installed, there are still a lot of important things to know about it.

How Much Does Nature Stone Cost per Square Foot?

Nature Stone flooring will reach costs of $9 to $14 when you take into account installation fees. This price is relative and can differ considerably, as bigger houses that need more than 400 square feet of flooring will usually receive bulk discounts.

One very important factor in deciding the pricing is the space in which you will install the stone. This doesn’t refer to the size alone. Other issues are also important, like whether the installation will be for a basement, garage, or patio, and whether it is done indoors or outdoors. The area in which the flooring is installed and how accessible it is are also very important factors.

If you will require the workers to carry their equipment up and down a set of narrow stairs, you’ll surely have to pay more than if they can start working immediately after they unload everything from their truck. As with any other home renovation service, the more difficult it will be for professionals to install the flooring, the more it will take and the more you will pay.

You might also like our articles about the cost of vinyl plank flooring, mezzanine floors, or subfloor repair.

Seeing that you will install Nature Stone on top of your existing concrete, this will need to be prepared first. And with more work involved, like treatment of expansion joints, dealing with damage and cracks, or removing paints or a carpet, you will have to pay more.

If you have a really damaged concrete floor, you might need a lot more material to even it out and this translates into additional costs. There are also instances when your concrete is damaged to the point that you can’t just install flooring on top of it. This means that you will have to get another company to replace your concrete first, before you will be able to have Nature Stone installed.

Of course, the company behind Nature Stone also offers multiple types of flooring. You can pick between different colors and stone sizes and depending on the model you go for, you will spend more or less. There are also different types of Nature Stone designed either just for the outside or just for the inside, for different lighting intensities, or even for areas of different sizes.

Although you won’t find pricing details on the official website, you will get access to free cost estimates. They will send people to come to your home and inspect the space that needs flooring, as well as the concrete installed on it, to tell you how much it should cost to install their stone.

What is Nature Stone?

Nature Stone InstallationNature Stone is a company that offers a type of stone and epoxy flooring. Their flooring is made by mixing epoxy with small stones. Epoxy is a type of adhesive that is used a lot in construction where plastic, metal, or wood is needed. It is a mixture that can be used on top of uneven or even cracked concrete to make it smoother and give it a better look. It is then coated with a glossy finish to have it shine.

Keep in mind that Nature Stone is just one of the brands of stone and epoxy flooring available on the market. Other companies offer similar types of flooring that can be similar in terms of looks and quality. You can even find DIY installation and other instructional videos all over the internet. Of course, Natural Stone claims to use a unique formula to create its stone and epoxy mix, which according to them, is the highest quality on the market.

Of course, as with everything else, it is up to you to do your research into different companies and flooring types, as well as their costs, to figure out what works best for your particular situation and what is available in your geographical location.

Where is Nature Stone Installed?

You can install Nature Stone both indoors and outdoors. Most people choose to use this type of flooring in their basements, patios, or garages, although it can be used in all kinds of situations and settings. Most installations will take around a day, especially for homes of 400 square feet or less. As for scheduling, the company calls itself flexible.

How Long Should Nature Stone Last?

According to the company itself, Nature Stone should not only last but also look good for around 15 years. They will guarantee their services with a 10-year unconditional warranty, that will fix anything from loss in the glossy look, delamination, or floor cracks. If something happens, they take it upon themselves to provide the necessary labor and materials for free to repair your flooring in a timely matter. When it comes to outdoor installations, these only come with a one-year labor and material warranty. This is because outdoor surfaces take an extra beating due to weather and other factors.

In order to maintain it, Nature Stone will need to be cleaned frequently. However, due to its structure, it is rather easy to have cleaned. You are recommended by the company to use a vacuum for everyday cleaning of debris and loose dust. When it comes to grime and spills or cleaning the outdoor floors, Nature Stone also offers professional cleaning products that you can use.

What are the Benefits of Nature Stone?

According to their official website, Nature Stone was made in a way that prevents cracks or chips, due to shrinkage. It can be used as a way of covering concrete that is discolored due to its age, which means that you won’t need to replace it to give it a better look. It also allows water to evaporate, which makes it resistant to mold and mildew.

The company also boasts the fact that there are no competing companies or flooring brands that match them in terms of the heavy food and vehicle traffic their products are able to withstand, as well as their easy cleaning and low maintenance. Of course, take everything a company says with a grain of salt and do your own research into different companies and types of flooring before making a decision.

Are there any problems with Nature Stone?

Searching online, you will come across a few complaints about Nature Stone. According to someone from Ohio, it isn’t uncommon for the price to increase due to the preparation and installation process.

Another complaint talks about its texture being so porous that grime gets between the stone, making it very hard to clean out. This is the same with spilled liquids. Some people also say that liquid can flow through the stones and then pool beneath them, causing mold and mildew instead of preventing it.

You will also find some reviews on Yelp talking about poor customer service including misleading pricing claims, disrespectful employees, or installers not arriving when they said they would.

And some people also complain about discoloration or chipping that happened very soon after the flooring was installed, as well as difficulty in cleaning it.

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