Stamped concrete, commonly referred to as patterned
stamped concrete or imprinted concrete, is concrete that
is designed to resemble brick, slate, flagstone, stone,
tile and even wood. In this section you will see how
stamped concrete can be used to beautify pool decks,
driveways, entries, courtyards, and patios.
Unlike masonry pavers or natural stone, cement offers
myriad options for customization because it can be
shaped, imprinted, textured and colored to achieve
almost any look imaginable. With concrete, stone that
looks like the natural material can be economically
recreated when patterns are pressed into the concrete.
Stamping concrete can also blend harmoniously with just
about any landscape or architectural scheme, making it
suitable for all types of exterior hardscaping—and some
interior applications as well.
Outdoor areas we service:
Consider how our decorative concrete services could
increase the value of your home and give your home a
more warming accent.
- Porch area
- Pool decks
- Concrete Paving
- Concrete Sidewalks
- Garage floors
- Concrete Parking Lots
- Concrete Driveways
- Concrete Patios
- Stamped Concrete
Stamped Concrete vs.
Many of our customers
choose stamped concrete to achieve the look of
pavers. Stamped concrete is about 1/3 the cost,
lower maintenance and more durable than pavers.
- Stamped concrete is indistinguishable
from real pavers.
- Traditional pavers are labor intensive
because they must be fitted together by
hand. You'll spend about 1/3 less on stamped
concrete for the same look.
- Pavers require more maintenance as they
are set on a sand base, causing settling and
often needing to be re-leveled every 5
years. Plus, ants and weeds in the joints
require constant attention.
- Stamped concrete is durable and
impenetrable. The sealed surface protects
against moisture and the elements, and it is
recommended that stamped concrete be
resealed once every 3 to 4 years or every 1
to 2 years to protect the surface and revive