Stamped ConcreteWith almost unlimited pattern and color options, stamped concrete can give your home an up-scale, custom look.
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Stamped concrete can replicate stones such as slate, flagstone, tile, and brick. If you’re looking to beautify your driveway, walkway, entryway, courtyard, pool deck, or patio, stamped concrete is a great outdoor paving choice.
Concrete is a fantastic canvas for creating a cost-effective replica of more expensive materials. When you’re choosing colors and patterns for your stamped concrete project, we will help ensure they blend with other stones, tiles, and texture elements in the space.
What are some of the most popular colors and styles of stamped concrete?
Designs high in popularity are those that replicate slate or fieldstone, as well as brick and cobblestone imitations. Grey and earth tones, and red or russet hues are very common. Rock & Tait can help you determine what will work best in your space.
Will stamped concrete crack?
Stamped concrete is a very durable and long lasting paving material, highly resistant to cracking when installed correctly. Very slight cracks could occur over time, however those cracks are very hard to detect because they blend into the pattern.
How long will stamped concrete last?
When installed properly by a knowledgable professional, stamped concrete can last for decades even when exposed to harsh winter weather. To keep your concrete’s vibrant look, you should have your stamped concrete resealed every 3-5 years (dependent on the amount of sun and wear it receives).
How do I care for my stamped concrete?
To keep your concrete’s vibrant look, you should have your stamped concrete resealed every 3-5 years (dependent on the amount of sun and wear it receives). With our snowy winters, many people are accustomed to shoveling and salting their concrete spaces, with stamped concrete you should avoid metal shovels and salt products.
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