Concrete Stamping, Stenciling & Scoring
Creating custom concrete spaces for our customers is one of our teams’ favorite. Not only are these concrete stamping projects always one-of-a-kind, but the ideas are literally unlimited! It’s refreshing to use our customers’ ideas along with a touch of an artistic flare and hand. We not only use stain colors but also stamping and engraving tools to enhance the texture, cut intricate designs, apply custom stencils for logos and patterns and even hand carved/sculpted vertical concrete.
Concrete stamping involves the use of forms, molds or mats laid on top of fresh concrete to create multiple types of patterns. Concrete stamps are patterned, textured or embossed to resemble brick, slate, flagstone, stone, tile or wood. It is frequently used for patios, sidewalks, driveways, entryways, pool decks, and interior flooring. The designs are limited only by your own imagination.
Stenciled concrete, like its stamped cousin, involves the use of stencils applied to fresh or cured concrete depending on what effect you want to achieve. A stencil design can be something as basic as a stained logo or initial design on cured concrete, to an intricate stone design working with freshly poured concrete.
In the residential market, stamped and stenciled concrete are drawing attention and providing curb appeal when used as a paving material for driveways, pool decks, walkways, patios and entryways, often as an alternative to brick pavers or natural stone.
Scored concrete is an excellent option for new and old slabs alike. Scoring concrete is an easy way to add depth and design to an otherwise blank slab. Scoring, also known as saw cutting, can be done both indoors and out. Concrete scoring can be used to create straight line borders, bands, diamond, square and rectangle patterns, or other shapes such as stars, compasses and custom designs.
Decorative stamped, stenciled and scored concrete offers the same durability, strength and performance as conventional concrete. When properly sealed and maintained, these forms of decorative concrete options will withstand even the harshest weather extremes and stand up well under heavy vehicle and foot traffic.