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Decorative Concrete & Resurfacing Options

Concrete Décor

Stamped Concrete

Overlay Systems:
-Thin-Crete

-Spray Deck

Coloring Systems:
-Integral Colored Concrete

-Acid-Staining
-Color Hardener

Sealing Concrete

Stenciling Patterns Into Concrete:
-Sandblasting Method
-Stenciling On Fresh Poured Concrete

Brushed Finishes

Architectural Walls - Stone-Crete

Surface Preparation

Maintaining Decorative Concrete

 

Step-by-Step Stamping Process
Workers assemble forms prior to slab placement

Working the dry-powder color hardener into the surface of the slab

Unwashed, imprinted concrete with the release agent still on it's surface

Applying a release agent to the surface of the slab. This will ease removal of imprinting stamps


The finished product - a colored slab that resembles various materials, not one of them being concrete. The release agent has been washed off at this stage


Adding a joint line

Seamless mat-texturing


Imprinting a polymer-modified overlay

Tips For Creating Better Impressions
Stamped Concrete Patterns & Colors


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