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Is commonly used for patios, sidewalks, driveways, pool decks, and interior flooring. The ability of stamped concrete to resemble other building materials makes stamped concrete a less expensive alternative to using those other authentic materials such as stone, slate or brick
Your patio can be everything you want it to be. With stamped concrete, you don’t have any restrictions – your patio can be any shape, size, or color. Our concrete specialists can take your idea and create a retreat in your backyard with barefoot comfort year-round.
This is one of the best materials for patios primarily due to its narrow packed joints that allow water to permeate instead of running off. Flagstone patios also have a very natural, organic look due to their shape and earthy shades of browns, reds, grays and blues. The most common types of flagstone used for paving patios are sandstone, slate and limestone. Flagstone provides a durable and naturally slip-resistant patio surface that will last for years.
Give your home the curb appeal it deserves with a stamped concrete walkway. Our stamped and decorative concrete options allows you to choose from a large combination of colors, textures, and designs to best fit the look and feel of your home.
Make sure your steps are safe with stamped concrete. Our concrete specialists can provide smooth, level steps to ensure that your steps are the safest they can be without grooves or seams to trip on.
A porch is the face of your home and it should reflect your style. With stamped concrete you can create an incredible living space with limitless design possibilities. Let our stamped concrete specialists make your neighbors give your home a second-glance. Your porch is a reflection of your personality; it’s your home’s first impression.
Have more integrity than asphalt and are designed & crafted by our stamped concrete specialists. Stamped and decorative concrete can add aesthetic appeal with limitless color and pattern combinations, so you never have to give up style for function.
Retaining walls provide lateral support to vertical slopes of soil. They retain soil which would otherwise collapse into a more natural shape.