Stamped concrete is commonly used for patios, sidewalks, driveways, pool decks, and interior flooring. The ability of stamped concrete to resemble other building materials makes stamped concrete a less expensive alternative to using those other authentic materials such as stone, slate or brick.
There are three procedures used in stamped concrete which separate it from other concrete procedures; the addition of a base colour, the addition of an accent colour, and stamping a pattern into the concrete. These three procedures provide stamped concrete with a colour and shape similar to the natural building material. It also is longer lasting than paved stone, and still resembles the look.
It’s virtually indistinguishable from actual real stone. The great thing about it is no more weeds, no more shifting, simply hose it down!.
In the past decorative concrete was limited; to achieve the beauty of flagstone, ceramic tiles, slate and cobblestone until the concept of architectural stamped concrete was introduced.
An unlimited array of patterns are available and 250 different colours to choose from, natural earth tones to bright pastels. It can also replace many products from 50% to 60% cheaper.