Â Stamped concrete, which is sometimes referred to as patterned concrete, is a great choice when it comes to hardscaping your yard. This, in part, is due to its ability to mimicÂ both the color and texture of popular paving materials such as cobblestone, brick, fieldstone and slate.Â Yet stamped concrete surpasses these traditional favorites in many ways, offering greater versatility, economy, long-term performance and ease of installation.
Stamped concrete may have built a reputation as the ultimate copycat, but today it’s gaining respect for its design flair and versatility. Unlike masonry pavers or natural stone, cement offersÂ a myriad of options for customization.Â This is Â because it can be shaped, imprinted, textured and colored to achieve almost any look imaginable. With concrete, stone that looks like the natural material can be economically recreated when patterns are pressed into the concrete. Stamping concrete can also blend harmoniously with just about any landscape or architectural scheme, making it suitable for all types of exterior hardscapingâ€”and some interior applications as well.
The best news is that because stamped concrete is a customized product, it can be tailored