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LIC. #855360

Stamped Concrete

Stamped concrete is concrete that is patterned and/or textured or embossed to resemble brick, slate, flagstone, stone, tile, wood and various other patterns and textures. Stamped concrete 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.

There are three procedures used in stamped concrete which separate it from other concrete procedures; the addition of a base color, the addition of an accent color and stamping a pattern into the concrete. These three procedures provide stamped concrete with a color and shape similar to the natural building material. It also is longer lasting than paved stone and still resembles the look.
Concrete stamping is a procedure that uses concrete stamps to make a pattern in the concrete. Concrete stamps are placed on the concrete after the color release has been applied. The stamps are pushed into the concrete and then removed to leave the pattern in the concrete.

In most cases, concrete stamping is made to look like ordinary building products. Whether it be flagstone, brick, natural stone or any other common exterior looks, but there are many ways to personalize your own kind of stamp. It could be a homemade stamp or a recycled stamp, you can be as basic or as ornate as you wish. The process is easy. First find a design that you, the homeowner, or contractor thinks will be a good fit. After making a mold of the desired stamp design, plan out the way it will look and fit in your designated area.

We recommend setting up a regular sealing calendar for your completed stamped concrete to maintain the value of your investment.