If your back yard (or budget,) allows for installation of only a small concrete patio or sidewalk, you can still make a big impact by taking advantage of concrete’s ability to be cast in nearly any shape, pattern, or color. Borders are also an effective, inexpensive way to dress up plain concrete.
Decorative concrete is one of the hot new trends for concrete patios, concrete floors, sidewalks, entryways, basements, pool decks, and more. From expansive new homes with elaborate concrete driveways, to budgeted one-room remodels, showcasing a stunning, stained concrete floor, the attraction is continuing to grow when it comes to using concrete for decorating. Concrete is no longer plain, grey, and boring; it is now thought of as a beautiful, decoratable element. (See concrete photos of projects like these.)
Today’s homeowners, builders, and designers recognize the value in using concrete in their designs and plans. Decorative concrete technology transforms traditional, grey concrete into warm brown floors, expensive slate-looking patios, relaxing basement family rooms, spectacular man-caves, and weather-resistant outdoor kitchens, just to name a few.
Decorative concrete lets you decide which hue of red will give you that “Venetian tile” look on your pool deck at half the cost, or if you want to turn your patio into a giant chess set! The advancements in concrete tools, concrete stains and dyes, textures, and patterns have made concrete the most versatile, durable, and cost-effective material on the market. Call for your estimate today!