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We all want an aesthetically pleasing and high-end finished surface for our household. Stamped concrete is often referred to as patterned concrete. It is designed to resemble natural stones such as brick, tile, flagstone or even wood. Stamped concrete is perfect for adding value and beauty to pool decks, patios, driveways, sidewalks and interior flooring. It has become a popular choice because it’s affordable and long-lasting.
Installing stamped concrete includes difficult methods, and you will be needing a professional to install it for you. We provide top-quality concreting services in Ipswich and neighbouring cities. Our team is highly-skilled and experienced in the technique of stamping concrete. We have a wide variety of designs, textures, polishes and colours that will fit your needs and preferences.
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There are a lot of materials that you can choose from for your flooring. Stamped concrete has become a popular option for homeowners and business owners because it’s appealing, affordable, and replicates high-end materials such as bricks or tiles. There are certain factors that you might need to consider before installing stamped concrete.
We offer a wide selection of aesthetically pleasing designs you can choose from. Whether you prefer simple or elegant designs – we got you covered. Our experienced team will assist you in choosing the best design that will complement the surrounding areas or your home’s architectural theme or style. We will also listen to your suggestions.
Before getting a stamped concrete for your flooring, it’s good to have a basic understanding of how it works. The method of installing stamped concrete is complicated and must be done carefully to achieve uniform results throughout the entire slab. It requires special tools and in-depth knowledge, that’s why it should be done by experienced professionals to save you time and money.
The first thing you need to do is to choose your preferred pattern and colour. Most stamped concretes have two colours – the base and integral colours. The integral colour is added to the cement before pouring.
The concrete is then poured into the area, and when the concrete sets, the colour hardens. That’s where the releasing agent is applied to prevent sticking during the stamping process. Immediately, the stamping process will begin by pressing the stamping tools in the cement. After 12-24 hours, your contractor will wash and cut the concrete slab. The last process is the sealing of stamped concrete. Since it might be slippery during the application, using a non-slip additive is recommended.