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One of the most common types of decorative concrete is known as “Stamped Concrete”. Stamped concrete is typically used as a finish on driveways, patios, hallways, interior floors, etc. Virtually any concrete surface can be “stamped”. Besides being a great decorative choice, stamped concrete is typically less expensive than other alternatives and requires less maintenance! Look at the Gallery for other examples then call us for a free, no obligation quote!

Stamped Concrete Overlays can dramatically change unsightly concrete into hundreds of different looks permanently at a more affordable cost then removing concrete.
Commercial and residential projects can benefit from stamped concrete overlays on driveways, patios, pool decks, entrances and any other concrete area. Our blend of proprietary semi-self-leveling cement mixtures are evened out over the existing concrete and stamped with a series of large rubber mats to create a wide range of different impressions. The coloring process is dynamic; color can be added to the mix prior to stamping or stained after drying or both. Color can also be shaded to individual “tiles’ or “stones” to create a multiple color effect.
Stamped Concrete applications may include the following:

Patios
Pool Decks
Entry / Walkway
Courtyard
Common Areas
High Traffic Areas

We also do the following service-

Resealing Concrete

Stamped concrete, often called textured or imprinted concrete, is concrete that replicates stones such as slate and flagstone, tile, brick and even wood. Ideal for beautifying pool decks, driveways, entries, courtyards, and patios, stamped concrete is the perfect outdoor paving choice.

Recently, stamped concrete has become a popular choice for many homeowners because it offers a wide array of options when it comes to concrete pattern and concrete colors. Another factor contributing to its popularity is its price. The cost of stamped or imprinted concrete is often considerably lower than the materials it is a substitute for.

Concrete is the perfect canvas for creating a cost-effective replica of more expensive materials, without giving up a natural, authentic look. When choosing colors and patterns for your stamped cement, make sure they blend with other stone, tile or textured concrete elements at your residence. Even in complex designs with steps and fountains, patterns can be still be pressed into the concrete. Stamped concrete can also be used in conjunction with other decorative concrete elements such as exposed aggregate or acid staining. Popular patterns include running bond brick, hexagonal tile, worn rock or stone.