Concrete isn’t just used for construction anymore. While providing a function, it can also serve as an aesthetic enhancement for many types of structures, including floors, patios, driveways, decks, porches, walls, walkways, and more. This artistic use of concrete is known as “decorative concrete”, and is a specialized project that requires an adept skill set, as well the proper inventory of tools and materials, for quality, long-lasting results.

Turning standard Stamped concrete servicesnto decorative pavement is achieved by altering the concrete either during the pouring process, or after the concrete is finished curing. Common methods and materials include concrete staining, concrete overlays, decorative overlays, concrete countertops, and of course, concrete stamping or “impressing.”

Concrete stamping has gained popularity over the past 50 years, and can be used in a wide variety of residential and commercial applications. And there are many more reasons to choose it for your next property upgrade or remodel! Continue reading to learn more about impressed concrete and how it can benefit your property.

Concrete Stamping

Concrete stamping is simply the process of imprinting concrete with custom textures or colors. The intentions of concrete stamping is to make regular concrete resemble a decorative pattern, style, shape, design, texture, or color. In fact, this is one of the many benefits of stamped concrete.