As a homeowner who takes pride in their home's exterior, you don't necessarily just desire practicality. Stamped concrete is textured and colored to resemble wood, tile, stone, flagstone, slate, brick and other building materials. It is commonly used for patios, sidewalks, driveways, pool decks and interior flooring. One adds visual satisfaction by using decorative concrete, you can have unlimited designs choosing it as a base for other materials or enhance the concrete itself with colors, stamps and textures.
Decorative concrete offers an array of advantages that other paving materials don't, especially when it comes to design versatility. When you combine colors, stains, dyes, seamless skins, concrete stamps and exposed aggregate finishes the options are endless with decorative concrete.
Your decorative concrete project can be customized to match your property's current scheme or a part of an updated look and style to fit with your patio, house, or color scheme.
Even though decorative concrete has a high price tag, it still is typically cheaper and less maintenance than most paving options that give you the same look. Flagstone is subject to erosion and splitting, unlike decorative concrete, clay bricks crack over time and pavers tend to spread.
Tri-State Concrete can take a dull gray driveway and replace with with color, texture, and style.
We have our own excavating equipment, concrete, and construction equipment so your decorative concrete job won't be held up waiting for rental equipment.
Tri-State is also a full service concrete company so along with our decorative concrete services, we can handle any site preparation, concrete pouring, pumping, repair and replacement. We also lay concrete foundations and construct metal buildings. At the end of any job, we can remove any waste and debris from the job with our own hauling service.