Convert your old driveways, walkways, patios, and pool decks to take on the appearance of slate, cobblestone, brick, tile and fieldstone.

Stamped concrete has many residential and commercial applications and is stronger and more durable than conventional concrete.

Stamped concrete is typically done with 4000 psi strength concrete that is integrally colored and reinforced with 3/8” rebar or 6×6 10 gauge wire mesh, and fibermesh.

Before the concrete sets, a pattern is impressed into the surface. This is done with rubber mats, which come in an array of designs.

A colored release agent is broadcast evenly over the surface and serves two purposes, to release the stamp from the concrete and provide a secondary color.

When the concrete has set thoroughly, usually 24-48 hours, the excess release agent is power washed off, control joints are cut, and two coats of acrylic sealer is applied.

Stamped concrete is several times stronger than brick pavers and other paving systems. Unlike brick pavers, stamped concrete is non-porous when sealed, making it waterproof, stain, and weather resistant. With stamped concrete you avoid problems encountered with hand-laid products. You no longer have to worry about un-leveling due to frost, settlement, or vegetation growing between individual bricks.

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We have lots of options for the design of your stamped concrete.

Before the concrete sets, a pattern is impressed into the surface. This is done with rubber mats, which come in an array of designs.

Standard

Random Stone

Santa Fe Stone

European Fan

London Cobblestone

2′ x 2′ Tile

Ashlar Slate

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Royal Ashlar

Roman Slate Texture

Rough Stone Texture

Premium

Slate Circle

Textured Border

Brick Soldier Border

Extra Large Slate

Pacific Boardwalk

Herringbone Brick

Compass Medallion

Choosing a color for your stamped concrete is a two-step process.

You must pick a combination of two colors: Primary for the base concrete color, and Secondary for the highlights, grout, and texture color.

Step 1: Choose your Primary color

The color chart below represents the basic concrete colors that may be selected. The selected color is added to the concrete in the mixer to totally and completely color the concrete clear through.

Sandstone

Pebble

Silversmoke

Mocha

Yosemite Brown

Bayou

San Diego Bluff

Southern Blush

Mesquite

Pewter

Tile Red

Spanish Gold

Adobe

Canyon

Dune

Light Gray

Rustic Brown

Omaha Tan

Cocoa

Sunset Rose

Salmon

Taupe

Cobblestone

Brick Red

Paolomino

Kahlua

Green Slate

Santa Fe

Outback

Dark Gray

Sequoia Sand

Harvest Gold

Sangria

Baja Red

Mesa Bluff

Sierra

Graphite

Terra Cotta

Flagstone Brown

Willow Green

We also provide a maintenance service for stamped concrete resealing and can recolor existing stamped concrete to make it look new again!

Step 2: Choose your Secondary color

The color chart below represents the basic concrete colors that may be selected. The selected color is added to the concrete in the mixer to totally and completely color the concrete clear through.

Golden Sandstone

Adobe Bluff

Sandy Bluff

Sandstone

Desert Tan

Ash White

Oyster White

Sun Buff

Smokey Beige

Nutmeg

Dover Blue

Stone Gray

Light Gray

Medium Gray

Dark Gray

Weathered Gray

Shadow Slate

Muted Gray

Slate Gray

Smokey Blue

Coconut

Cappuccino

Cream Beige

Summer Beige

Pecos Sand

Antique Rose

Antique Cork

Sunbaked Clay

Terra Cotta

Autumn Brown

Blush Beige

Buff Tan

Dusty Rose

Rose Taupe

Walnut

Venetian Pink

Quarry Red

Tile Red

Victorian Red

Brick Red