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Create Beautiful Patterns and Texture
Stamped concrete installation is an affordable option that you can use over traditional poured concrete, to instantly upgrade the look of your driveway, patio, or walkway. With stamped concrete, the mixture is stained with color, and then after it is poured, it is "stamped" to create a stamped concrete pattern.
This allows you to create a variety of beautiful textures in the concrete surface, like stone, tile, brick, and even wood! In the end, the concrete has a nice design to it and looks natural. This type of concrete work is very durable and can withstand heavy loads and traffic, and will last for decades.
Another benefit is this is very quick to install compared to concrete pavers or stone. This means that the installation will be quicker, and you'll be able to make use of your space sooner.
Stamped concrete work is easy to maintain, and just requires a re-sealing once every other year. Re-sealing keeps it polished and prevents chipping and cracking.
If you're looking for an affordable concrete contractor, you'll find that stamped concrete is more affordable because it doesn't require as large of a labor force and the material itself is cheaper!
Give your driveway an updated look with a newly constructed driveway that is professional and aesthetic. Whether you need a driveway for your residential or commercial property, we are highly experienced in both concrete pouring, flatwork, hardscaping, and paving.
Concrete driveway construction has the same options as most other projects, included stamped concrete, stone pavers, and traditional poured concrete. Interlocking pavers are very popular, as there are a lot of stone varieties to choose from, and will make any driveway look more attractive. The main reasons to redo or construct a new concrete driveway and sidewalk are: Improved reaction to heat absorption—compared to asphalt, concrete reflects light and remains cooler, as it doesn't absorb heat as readily.
Long term value investment—concrete can last for decades, and if you build a driveway out of stamped concrete or pavers, you will add property value, thereby increasing your ability to sell the property.
Increased load bearing—concrete is extremely strong and will be able to handle dynamic and heavier loads from vehicles.
Low maintenance cost—concrete by nature requires very little to no maintenance, yet remains durable and long-lasting.
Customizable—concrete is highly customizable, and you can design a project to be as simple or as complex as you want.
A concrete driveway provides several benefits to homeowners and property owners, and are an affordable long-term investment. When you're looking to build a concrete project, contact us to get started.
Concrete patios are a great way to add usable space to your home or property. Concrete itself is a great material because it is affordable, highly customizable, and lasts a very long time without the need for much maintenance, if any at all.
Whether you have a pool deck or just want to upgrade the look of your patio area, and concrete walkway, you have several options when it comes to flatwork construction. Stamped concrete allows you to create decorative patterns, pavers allow you to use stone and create a unique and elegant look, and of course, traditional poured concrete, which can be formed and molded into anything. Another great benefit is that it is fireproof and will not catch on fire.
Concrete patios are typically one of the most affordable projects to build, and the design possibilities are virtually endless. If you are looking to build an outdoor patio, concrete makes perfect sense because the material is extremely strong, durable, and is safe to install, and cost-effective for you.
After understanding the benefits and longevity of concrete and the long-term cost savings it provides, you may work with our professional team to build a high quality floor slab concrete patio for your residential or commercial application. Hardscaping is very popular, and whether you're looking for paving or flatwork, we got you covered.
Need some work done with concrete foundation repair or pouring for concrete slabs or pads? From basement repairs to pouring footings for homes and larger commercial projects, we can help.
Our capabilities include concrete pouring for foundations, and repairing damages commonly found with basements. From small cracks and chips to retaining walls and underpinning methods, we got you covered.
Concrete foundations are the best option for long lasting durability because they can last for fifty years or more and are the number one foundation building material. When you need help with a foundation project, contact us ASAP.
A concrete contractor provides services in the production of, transport, installation, and curing of concrete. Producing concrete is includes mixing sand, water, aggregate, cement, and other additives. It is used for stairs, driveways, sidewalks, and building foundations.
Yes you may pour your own concrete. We recommend to always work with a professional concrete contractor because that will ensure the concrete is properly mixed, can cure correctly, is formed correctly, and poured efficiently for large areas and little waste.
Is stamped concrete better?
Stamped concrete is great because it's easier to install, requires little upkeep, and gives you the ability to design textured surfaces or patterns, to achieve a more elegant appearance, all while preserving it's strong, durable characteristics.
Are pavers good for driveways?
Concrete pavers are a great solution and aesthetic way to add property value. Pavers are uniform in shape, can create a nice, seamless look, and there are many different varieties of materials, shapes, and sizes to choose from.
What is the cost for stamped concrete?
There is not a one size fits all price, as different projects require different amounts of material, excavation, labor, and surface prep, area size, and complexities. On average, the range is between $8–$12 per square foot.