Stamped Concrete | Ottawa, Montreal, Kingston
is concrete that is patterned and/or textured or embossed to resemble
brick, slate, flagstone, stone, tile, wood, and various other patterns
and textures. Stamped concrete is commonly used for patios, sidewalks,
driveways, pool decks, and interior flooring. The ability of stamped
concrete to resemble other building materials makes stamped concrete
a less expensive alternative to using those other authentic materials
such as stone, slate or brick.
& Sealing provides the installation of stamped concrete in a
variety of finishes, textures and colours.
Stamped Concrete Advantages Compared To Traditional Paving Systems
paving systems such as natural stone, interlocking pavers and flagstones
are subject to continuous problems. Ground movement, stains, weeds
and moss are some of the many problems that have to be considered.
The stamped concrete system eliminates many of the problems of traditional
paving because stamped concrete is monolithic in structure and our
products increase the abrasion resistance and seal the surface.
Stamped concrete is timeless and will continue to look good for
many years to come.
different colour combinations and artistic flair you will be able
to compliment any surrounding area, classic, modern or contemporary.
Stamped concrete has become the paving choice for people with creativity
and high expectations.
Stamped Concrete Requires Little Maintenance
concrete is easy to clean and needs very little maintenance. Many
surfaces can be emulated including slate, stone, brick, cobbles
or even wooden planks but with the durability of concrete. Underfloor
heating can be incorporated to give a warm welcoming feel to interior
Last but not
a sustainable building material that has very little impact on the
environment compared to other building materials. Sand, cement,
aggregates and water are the main components of concrete, all we
are adding is colour, texture and creativity to make it more aesthetically
pleasing. Building with concrete makes sense for you and the future
of the environment.