Decorative paving

Stamped patios are a decorative paving option for your outdoor patio area. Stamping can be combined with color to give you the high-end look of natural stone. Or wood but in a more cost-effective way.

Why we should use them?

  • Is more affordable than natural stone, brick or pavers
  • Enhances outdoor spaces and adds to your home value
  • Offers nearly limitless pattern and color choices

Stamped Concrete

Stamped concrete is concrete that has been imprinted, or that is patterned, textured, or embossed to resemble brick. Slate, flagstone, stone, tile, wood, or various other patterns and textures.

The practice of stamping concrete for various purposes began with the ancient Romans. In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, concrete was sometimes stamped with contractor names and years during public works projects, but by the late twentieth century the term “stamped concrete” came to refer primarily to decorative concrete produced with special modern techniques for use in patios, sidewalks, driveways, pool decks, and interior flooring.

Ask our team when to place it

Because stamped concrete is a textured surface, it is often more slip resistant than conventional concrete. However, just like natural stone, it can become slippery when wet or if a film-forming sealer has been applied. If stamped concrete will be installed in a high-traffic area, such as an entryway or pool deck, there are a number of things you can do to increase its slip resistance such as using a heavier texture or adding non-skid additives. Talk to your contractor if you are concerned.

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