Residential Stamped Concrete Services
Stamped concrete is appealing for many reasons, First, it’s an economical alternative to pavers and natural stone, especially for applications such as patios, driveways, walkways and pool decks. It also requires less maintenance than those materials because it has no joints where weed growth can occur. Adding to the value of stamped concrete is the material’s longevity. When properly installed and maintained, stamped concrete will last for decades.
The value of stamped concrete presents itself over and over again in all types of projects. From driveways to patios, stamped concrete is chosen for its value improvements including reduced costs, an appealing final product and easy maintenance. Along with the known durability and long-lasting feature of regular concrete, stamping adds a decorative touch making it a desirable and economical product for all.
Here are the main ways stamped concrete offers real benefits in terms of performance, cost savings and aesthetics.
- Reduced long-term maintenance and care.
Over time, other surface materials such as pavers can become loose or settle, resulting in tripping hazards. Stamped concrete's advantage is that it never needs resetting or
replacing which eliminates tripping hazards.
- Less labor intensive than other surface materials.
Some installers find it more economical to pour concrete and apply a pattern than to haul and place individual paving stones by hand.
- Increased Longevity
Your initial investment in stamped concrete is only part of the total equation. Concrete lasts longer than other materials, is durable in nearly every type of environment, and
holds up better to traffic and wear.
- Requires less maintenance.
Stamped concrete requires minimal maintenance than most other paving materials which can add up to big savings over the surface's lifetime.
- Increases resale value of property.
Stamped concrete adds instant curb appeal and aesthetic value to a property. You can maximize the return on your investment by choosing stamped concrete over plain concrete
Compare stamped concrete to other paving and see first-hand how concrete stacks up to asphalt, natural stone, and precast pavers. You'll be impressed with how much stamped concrete has to offer in terms of availability of patterns and colors, longevity and performance, speed of installation customization and more.