- Stamped concrete has become one of the most popular methods to enhance landscapes and buildings. A rapidly growing number of homeowners, businesses are becoming inspired by the versatility of stamped concrete and the wide array of patterns and colors available.
- Typical stamped concrete prices range from about $6 to $12 per sf. With more detail such as borders in the concrete, additional colors, incorporating stain concrete, the price can go to $15 sf. There are many design ideas you can make use of when planning your stamped concrete. We can stamp a job to your own personal plans, that is truly a custom and personalized job assured to be one of a kind. We also have a team of professional designers to do the work for you.
- If you want to add color, rest assured that there are plenty of choices here. From a realistic brick red to a blue that mimics slate, there is a large choice of earth tones that enhance any setting, to colors a little more off the wall.
Resurface & Repair
General reasons for re-surfacing & concrete repair:
- The removal of concrete is often more expensive than the concrete itself.
- We can restore and bring back to life most damaged concrete
Generally the cost is in the $2-$6 sf to resurface concrete depending on condition and color or no color.
- All resurfaced concrete can be colored, stained and sealer
- Resurfacing of concrete can be done in different textures from smooth, broom, California finish
- Most decorative overlays, when coated with a proper epoxy sealer, are resistant to stains, dirt and grease and moss. We offer a job that will literally last for decades.
- We can turn an old existing slab of concrete into a high end show piece for an affordable price.
- Polished concrete is fast becoming the ultimate no-wax flooring material. Thanks to recent advances in polishing equipment and techniques, contractors are now grinding concrete floor surfaces, whether new or old to a high-gloss finish that never needs waxes or coatings.Factor in the superior durability and performance of concrete, and it’s no wonder why more retail, warehouse, and office facilities are opting for polished concrete flooring as an alternative to marble, granite, tile, linoleum, or coated concrete. Even homeowners are catching on to the appeal of these smooth, high-luster floors, which can be stained to replicate the look of polished stone.