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Choosing Stamped or Stained concrete

The long hot days of summer are in full swing. And with it, we are all very busy. This is the time year when everyone is eager to go outside in the early morning and enjoy a big cup of coffee before headed of to their hectic day of work or head to the bbq after a long day to show off their chops, so to speak. Instead of running around to your friends and families house to enjoy their yard, why not stay at home and be the talk of the town. But who wants to look at an old cracked patio, front porch, walkway or driveway? There is no better time to take care of all of your concrete needs. It is a relatively fast and straightforward process, made easier by our user friendly Stamp Selection tab. 

Choosing a pattern for your stamped or stained concrete can at first glance feel overwhelming. But it doesn't have to be a stressful process. The most important thing to consider is that it is absolutely vital that you compliment your home rather than try to copy a specific look. If you have a brick home, for example, we recommend using a different materials such as rock or slate. Using a brick pattern will never the specific brick on your home and will most assuredly look like an afterthought. Additionally, rather than trying to replicate a unique pattern on your home, we highly suggest using a complimentary color which will highlight both your beautiful and your brand new concrete.