Make your mark, literally on your concrete.
What is stamped concrete?
Stamped concrete is as the name suggests, concrete that has been stamped with a pattern, textured, or even embossed to create a pleasing aesthetic. Stamped concrete is commonly found on patios, footpaths, driveways, and pool areas.
Let us help you create a unique look using stamped concrete techniques. Concrete is versatile enough that we can even colour it to compliment the surrounding area and your home. All concrete we pour is 100ml thick which meets the recommended thickness for getting the best results from stamped concrete.
Concreting has many benefits, these include:
Stamped concrete cost-effective alternative to natural materials. This type of concreting involves creating textures and imprints that can replicate the look of natural materials and products such as wood, tile, brick, slate, and stone.
Concrete is an easy material to keep clean. It can be kept looking great by sweeping it regularly and it can easily be hosed down which is perfect for cleaning up spills.
Concrete lasts for many years which is why it’s a common choice for buildings, tunnels, and bridges.
There’s no need to be stuck with boring concrete anymore, with concrete stamping we’ll help you create almost any look you want.
Facts about stamped concrete
If you’re considering building a new patio, concreting around your pool area, or putting in a path in your garden we can help you with concreting. These small jobs are exactly what we specialise in and stamped concrete can help you create a stunning look to compliment any area around your home.
Our experience, tools and expertise makes us the perfect choice for small concreting jobs for home owners anywhere on the Gold Coast. Stamped concrete can help create a beautiful look that will enhance your home and lifestyle.
call us Monday to Friday between 7:00am and 5:00pm and we’ll arrange to come out to your home anywhere on the Gold Coast and do a free no-obligation measure and quote. Got any questions about stamped concrete or concreting? We’ll be happy to help.