As it states in our name, we at Cain’s Decorative Concrete have extensive experience in the concrete industry. Although concrete has traditionally been used for purely functional purposes, an increasing number of industry professionals are using it for decorative purposes as well.
One of the many types of decorative concrete is stamped concrete, and in this article, our team will go over some key information you need to know about it in order to decide if it’s right for your project.
- How Stamped Concrete is Produced – To provide stamped concrete, our team will first pour the concrete into the desired form. Then, while the concrete is still wet, we apply a stamp to the surface, which gives the concrete a distinct pattern or texture instead of remaining flat and level.
- What Patterns are Available – Our team offers stamped concrete in a variety of patterns and textures. We can use our stamping forms to create just about any look you could want. Whether you want to create the look of brick pavers, natural flagstones, cobbles, or anything else, you can count on our expert technicians to make it happen.
- Other Creative Possibilities – We can also combine multiple decorative concrete techniques to create an even greater variety of styles. For example, we can combine staining and stamping treatments to alter both the color and texture of the final result. These techniques can be used to mimic the look of other materials, including high-end options such as granite. If you are interested in learning more about our stained or stamped concrete, we encourage you to give us a call.