With the concrete stamping solutions available today, your options are almost endless. Whether you are installing a new patio or restoring an existing one, our experts can help make sure your stamped concrete surfaces will look great and last a long time.

Stamped concrete can be used in numerous applications, including new construction and as a resurfacing technique over existing concrete surfaces.

In addition to creating exterior traffic surfaces like walkways, patios, driveways and pool decks, stamped concrete can be used as a durable finish for interior floors.

The ability of stamped concrete to resemble other building materials makes it a less expensive alternative to using other authentic materials. Here are just a few pattern and design options that are available:

  • Cobblestones
  • Brick
  • Slate
  • Tile
  • Interlocking pavers
  • Flagstone
  • Wood
  • Weathered stone
Concrete Being Stamped
Stamped Concrete Floor
Concrete Being Stamped

 

How Much Does Stamped Concrete Cost?

Basic stamped concrete costs between $8 and $12 per square foot, but more involved projects can be as high as $18 per square foot. The cost of stamped concrete varies widely, depending on the contractor you choose, prices for materials and the complexity of the job.

The most affordable stamped concrete uses just one pattern and color, while the more expensive installations feature multi-pattern designs with special coloring effects, such as hand-applied stain accents.

While the cost of stamped concrete may exceed that of asphalt or plain concrete, it is competitive with or sometimes even lower than the cost of installing natural stone and brick or precast pavers. The main reason is the labor component, it is usually more economical to pour concrete and apply a pattern than it is to haul and place individual paving units by hand.

Stamped Concrete Patterns And Designs