Friday, January 16, 2015

Stamped Concrete: make an impression with this decorative concrete

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When it comes to decorative concrete, there are many amazing designs out there.  In the past, your patio or driveway usually was just plain vanilla.  Today, this has all changed.  Homeowners across the country are going to this new style of remodeling.  It doesn't matter small or large, one's home can have a great new look.  Stamped Concrete, Decorative Overlay, Spray Deck, Euro Tile, and Epoxy Coatings are all accomplishing this goal of home improvement.  Picking the right one is up to you and your contractor.  Today's 1st type of decorative concrete that we will discuss is Stamped Concrete.

Stamped Concrete's  primary feature is that it looks like imprinted concrete.  Homeowners love to use this because it can helps reproduce whatever look they are trying to achieve.  Ideas of this are brick, stone, slate, flagstone, cobblestone, and many other patterns.  It is commonly used for pool decks, patios, driveways, and walkways.   Since stamped concrete has the ability to look like other building materials, it make it less expensive to use than other bona fide materials such as brick or stone.   Stamped concrete has a three step procedure that makes it different from others.  It adds a base color, an accent color, and then stamping a pattern directly into the concrete.  One can't go wrong with stamped concrete.

Here is a great picture of the beauty of stamped concrete:

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Stamped Concrete for a residential driveway remodel
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Stamped Concrete for a residential driveway remodel
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Stamped Concrete for a residential driveway remodel

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