Stamped and Stenciled concrete have become two of the most recognizable terms in the Decorative Concrete industry. In addition to these two treatments, there are hundreds of other options and applications available for every Decorative Concrete or Traditional Concrete project. Our services are listed below, but we are available to discuss any project you are planning. We realize new product and ideas are continually being introduced and we welcome your suggestions.
- Decorative concrete floor
- Concrete driveway
- Concrete patio
- Concrete sidewalk
- Concrete pool surround
- Concrete outdoor living space
- Concrete outdoor fire pit (omit fireplace)
- Concrete hardscapes
- Concrete Retaining walls
- Patio seating walls
- Radiant floor heat
- Concrete cleaning and sealing
- Concrete Supplies
A thin cement application over an existing concrete or other surface (to cover up imperfections or enhance existing surface) which can be colored, acid stained, stamped or stenciled.
A process by which a rubber stamp is embedded in the wet concrete to leave an imprint of pattern used (brick, stone, slate, etc.). Color can be added.
A process by which dry color additive is integrated with wet concrete resulting in consistent color throughout.
Using a custom made letter stencil for the acid stain, overlay or color process.
A process by which a heavy paper stencil is set in the wet concrete and removed after concrete is dry to leave an imprint of pattern used (brick, stone, slate, etc.) Color can be added.
Custom color topically added to the surface of concrete by an acid etching process once the concrete is placed.
Using plain concrete only (no color, stamp, stencil, stain, etc.).
Logos & Custom Design
Incorporate any logo, design or artwork into your concrete project.
Epoxy Floor Coating
An epoxy top coat is applied to a suitable existing concrete surface (garage floor, basement floor, etc.,) to enhance and ease cleaning. A safe product for interior use.
Grinding (old or new) concrete to a high gloss finish. Stain can be applied. Very low maintenance. Good application for commercial, retail and residential properties.
Engraving & Etching
Etching a pattern in existing concrete that is a permanent treatment. Unlike overlay which is a topcoat, with special tools a pattern is engraved/etched into the concrete. Stain can be applied. Works well for old concrete that needs a facelift.