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Coloring / Staining


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Coloring / Staining


Coloring / Staining

Stained concrete combines the best of both worlds: beauty and functionality. Concrete staining imparts a luxurious richness that can't be achieved by any other coloring medium. Stain can be applied to most existing concrete, making it an ideal solution for revitalizing lackluster surfaces.

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Decorative Resurfacing


Decorative Resurfacing


Decorative Resurfacing

With today's decorative overlay systems, it's easy to give almost any concrete surface, indoors or out, a complete face-lift. . Many of today's systems blend polymer resins with cement, sand, and other additives to improve performance, wear resistance, and aesthetic qualities. Polymer-modified overlays can be applied in layers as thin as a credit card or up to several inches thick.. They adhere well to existing concrete and resist damage from salt, chemicals, UV exposure, freeze-thaw conditions, and abrasion.

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Driveways


Driveways


Driveways

Decorative concrete is one of the most reasonable ways to spruce up the entrance to your home. It wasn't long ago when deciding on a driveway material was easy: asphalt or concrete. Today, the "concrete" choice has expanded to include an astounding array of decorative options. More people are catching on to the dazzling effects possible with decorative concrete—and seeing the instant curb appeal a decorative driveway can give to any home, no matter what the style

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Concrete Engraving


Concrete Engraving


Concrete Engraving

Concrete engraving is the latest trend in decorative concrete. Special tools and equipment are used to etch patterns and designs into existing concrete. Unlike toppings or overlays, engraving is a permanent treatment that won't wear away or lose bond because the patterns are carved into the concrete rather than applied on top of it. When the concrete is further enhanced by staining, the decorative possibilities are truly spectacular. You simply change the color of existing plain concrete and cut any pattern or design imaginable.

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Exposed Aggregate


Exposed Aggregate


Exposed Aggregate

The decorative process of exposing aggregate has been around since the early 1900s, well before pattern stamping, stenciling, and decorative overlays became trendy. A plain, unremarkable surface is stripped away to reveal either natural or manufactured decorative aggregate lying beneath.

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Patios


Patios


patios

Back yards, especially concrete patios, are being transformed into luxurious extensions of the house. They're the new favorite room to relax, entertain, and cook. And the heart and soul of the backyard resort area is the concrete patio. Concrete patios provide the perfect sanctuary for outdoor living spaces because they can blend the interior with the exterior living areas.

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Retaining Walls


Retaining Walls


Retaining Walls

Poured in place walls can be coated and stained in any fashion or color. Poured concrete retaining walls can also reproduce the look of stone or masonry. The construction process for these decorative walls involves setting the forms, installing form liners inside the forms (this provides the texture), pouring colored or plain concrete, then stripping the forms and staining the concrete to look like stone or masonry.

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Stairs


Stairs


Stairs

Concrete steps or terraced stairways are the most prominent feature at the entryways of many homes and public buildings. Elevating concrete stairs from bland to grand makes them the dramatic focal point of any entrance. Even greater visual impact is possible by combining decorative stairways with stamped or stained concrete walkways and landings that incorporate coordinating colors and patterns.

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Stamped Concrete


Stamped Concrete


Stamped Concrete

Stamped concrete, commonly referred to as impressed concrete or imprinted concrete, is concrete that is designed to resemble brick, slate, flagstone, stone, tile and even wood. Colors and patterns for stamped cement are often chosen to blend with other stone, tile or patterned concrete elements at the residence. Concrete provides the perfect canvas for creating an economical replica of more expensive materials, and yet still maintaining a very natural, authentic look.

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Walks


Walks


Walks

Concrete walkways or sidewalks are more than just a way to get wherever it is you're going—they can provide much-needed curb appeal to homes and buildings, and they are fast becoming a point of artistic expression by way of a multitude of decorative concrete options. There are numerous decorative concrete alternatives sure to dress it up, taking your sidewalk from boring to amazing.

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Counter Tops / Caste Concrete Products


Counter Tops / Caste Concrete Products


Counter Tops / Caste Concrete Products

Concrete countertops have become a material that homeowners and designers are requesting and weaving into their homes, offices, retail outlets, restaurants, etc., in the most amazing ways. Concrete countertops versatility, color options, and unique custom qualities are why they are so popular. Concrete countertops are handcrafted and are typically priced at a premium to granite, marble, and other natural stones. The true cost of the countertop is not in the concrete itself, but rather in the artisan's creativity and time for creating special details, unique designs, transportation, and installation.