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Stamped Concrete

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Stamped concrete, also called patterned or imprinted concrete, is an economical way to design your driveway, patio, and other surfaces to resemble more expensive materials like brick, tile, slate, and flagstone. Stamped concrete involves pouring a slab of concrete and then impressing patterns and textures before it dries. Examples of Stamped Concrete

The Benefits of Stamped Concrete

  • Economical: Stamped concrete can resemble a high-end patio, driveway, or walkway without compromising quality
  • Many design choices style, texture, color, and pattern
  • Long life span
  • Easy maintenance
  • No Weeds
  • Resale Value: Stamped concrete will increase the resale value of your home

Examples of Stamped Concrete

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