Quality Textured Stamping

Stamped Concrete is a process by which color, texture and patterns are placed in freshly poured concrete to create a desired look and finish. Often, Stamped Concrete is used to simulate far more expensive materials. Stamped Concrete can take on the look and feel of brick, slate, tile, or cobblestone for a fraction of the cost. With its low maintenance, unmatched durability and enduring beauty, Stamped Concrete is proven to be one of the most cost effective, decorative concrete surfacing systems in the world.

Colored Concrete

Color and Acid Staining

Acid Stain is not a paint or coating agent, rather, it’s a coloring process involving a chemical reaction. A solution made with water, acid and inorganic salts reacts with minerals already present in the concrete, the result of this reaction is color. It works very well on new or old concrete, and we’ve seen impressive results over decorative polymer overlays as well as self-leveling products. Acid Stain is a very durable product if properly protected with sealer or wax, and it can be applied to both interiors and exteriors.

Sand textured concrete

Sand Textured Concrete

Stamped Concrete is a process by which color, texture and patterns are placed in freshly poured concrete to create a desired look and finish. Often, Stamped Concrete is used to simulate far more expensive materials. Stamped Concrete can take on the look and feel of brick, slate, tile, or cobblestone for a fraction of the cost. With its low maintenance, unmatched durability and enduring beauty, Stamped Concrete is proven to be one of the most cost effective, decorative concrete surfacing systems in the world.

Colored Concrete

Color Concrete Slabs

Integral color is desirable for a broad range of vertical and horizontal applications. When producing integrally colored concrete, the coloring agent is added during mixing and disperses through the entire concrete slab. This means the slab retains the integrity of the color even if chipped, worn or saw-cut. Integral coloring products are supplied in dry-powdered formulations or in liquid dispersions. Recent advances in batching technology have made liquid coloring increasingly popular.