We can install concrete patios, pool decks, sidewalks, trash can pads, driveway and patio additions. Most common types of finish include Stamped, Brushed and Exposed Aggregate. Exposed Aggregate is usually brown pea gravel or white number 11 rock. Stamped concrete can have many different colors and finishes. Most commonly we install a slate or natural stone finish in a color to match or compliment our boulder stones. Concrete is an affordable substitute for natural stone or paver stones surfaces. With so many color and pattern combinations concrete can be beautiful and functional.
Three Finish Types, Limitless Design Options
We’re your one-stop-shop for all the finishing touches to your home or business’s exterior. From concrete patios and pool decks to sidewalks, driveway and patio additions, and even trash can pads, we’re here to walk you through the possibilities. Let’s face it. You’re not an experienced landscaper, and that’s okay. We’re here to fill in the blanks, and there are three primary types of finish we’ll walk you through to ensure the image you have in your mind comes to life.
Just because you’re on a budget doesn’t mean you must compromise. If you want that natural or paver stone surface at a fraction of the cost, stamped concrete is a great consideration. It comes in a variety of colors and finishes, and we commonly install a slate or natural stone finish in a color to match or complement our boulder stones. With so many color and pattern combinations, concrete provides an excellent way to capture the precise look you’re going for with functionality to match.
Harsh winters and heavy traffic are no match for the stamped finish. Once it’s poured, it’s there to stand the test of time. When compared with alternatives like asphalt, you can expect a longer-lasting result with proper care. Best of all, one of the primary materials that make up concrete is limestone, an abundant natural resource that keeps your carbon footprint low and curb appeal high.
When preparing high-traffic areas that are expected to become wet like around the pool or spa, a brushed finish provides the extra traction needed to minimize the risk of falls. Unlike stamped concrete that needs to be sealed every few years, maintenance is minimal, and our team can help you explore a vast array of patterns to create a very customized final result. Of course, this finish isn’t appropriate in all cases due to the rough texture, and we help you consider all potential pitfalls before making a final decision.
Exposed Aggregate Finish
Exposed aggregate is usually brown pea gravel or white number 11 rock, and it can provide a durable, decorative finish for your sidewalk, driveway, deck, or patio. We remove the top layer of cement to reveal the aggregate beneath, creating unique aesthetics to make your home or business really stand out. This appeal contributes to a more contemporary feel that can improve the property value and your ability to sell in the future.
Making Your Concrete Installation Work for You
There’s no shortage of options when it comes to planning out your landscaping design, and it can be difficult to sort through them all to arrive at the best possible decision. Whether you already have a vision of what you’d like the completed project to look like or don’t even know where to get started, our team is here to help you sort through all the details. We’ll apply our knowledge to your specifications to arrive at a landscaping plan that considers design goals, durability, budget, and a whole lot more. Our team leaves no stone unturned, so call today for a quote.