Denver decorative concrete ideas
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Take in the view from this stamped concrete patio. R.T. Concrete, Greeley, CO
Stamped concrete patios can have many different textures, like wood. All Pro Cement, Inc, Thornton, CO
Concrete floors are cost-effective, energy-efficient, and easy to clean. Perfect Solutions, Inc, CO, AZ, WY, TX
The polished and diamond cut pattern floors of this kitchen make the look complete. Pritchard Concrete, Golden, CO
Take in the gorgeous view from this decorative concrete patio. Concreations, Inc, Denver and Central CO
The concrete bar at this local restaurant is both beautiful and functional. Surface Concepts, LLC, Serving CO & Cheyenne
Stamped concrete walkway and entrance help bring out the beauty in the bricks on this local home. Shades of Color, Inc, Englewood, CO
Enjoy time with family on this beautiful stained concrete pool deck. Diehl Concrete, Aurora-Denver, CO
This stamped patio is a perfect place to entertain guests. King Koncrete, Denver, CO
Concrete river in custom retail counter. Element East - Montauk, NY
Denver is home to one of the most educated populations in the country, and is also an emerging leader in sustainable living. It is no surprise that as the city continues to grow, more businesses and homeowners are looking for cost-effective, energy-efficient building materials. For designers and customers, decorative concrete checks both of those boxes. Concrete contractors are able to make any project unique with various patterns, colors, and techniques.
What are some unique options to do with decorative concrete?
Decorative concrete can be customized for your project. The textures, patterns and colors available will make your surface (whether it is installing or repairing your driveway, placing countertops in your kitchen, or even polishing the floors inside your home) look great. In addition to its appearance, it offers strength, durability and cleanliness when sited, sealed and maintained properly.
Rocky Mountain Concrete Specialists
Stamped concrete is a great choice for your driveway, patio, or pool deck, as it comes in an array of textures and patterns. Often called textured or imprinted concrete, stamped concrete is used as a cost-effective way to replicate different types of materials such as flagstone, tile, brick or even wood.
Concrete Solutions Plus, Inc
Staining is a semi-transparent way to enhance the look of your concrete surface. Stain typically does not cover imperfections in the concrete. It is a process that allows the concrete to take on a color other than the traditional grey. Many choose to use stains that match the surroundings with natural tones. But a more vibrant series of color options are available to bring a different look to your design.
Professional Polishing & Resurfacing LLC
Polishing concrete will bring the floor to a smooth finish with a bit of shine. Used in residential and commercial spaces alike, this treatment is both beautiful and durable. An additional benefit is that it reduces the artificial lighting needs within your space, making any space more energy efficient.
See more about this floor for CycleBar at Denver's Union Station.
What is the importance of concrete resurfacing?
Damaged concrete does not always need to be completely removed to achieve a new look. When your concrete surface is in good condition, it will just need a facelift. Resurfacing your concrete can fix cracks, address discoloration, hide surface imperfections, and update finishes.
Why should you choose professional concrete service?
While you may want to go the DIY route to save money on your concrete project, hiring a pro offers these important benefits:
- Fewer mistakes - A contractor’s knowledge and expertise limits errors
- Professional result - Their skills provide a cleaner finished product
- Fast service - Their experience means they complete projects quickly
What should you consider when choosing a concrete contractor?
Picking the right concrete contractor for you project is an important step. Here are a few questions to consider when making your selection.
Questions for concrete companies, before hiring them:
- Do you have a portfolio of past projects for me to see?
- Do you offer samples or mockups that I can see in my space?
- How long have you been working in the Denver area?
- Have you done this type of work before?
- How long do you expect a project like this to take?
- How often will I receive project updates?
- Do you have any serious concerns with the job site?
Cost of concrete work
It is recommended that you compare contractor prices by getting multiple quotes. Depending on your project’s size and detail, the costs can vary greatly. Nearly all of the contractors that you will find here offer free estimates.
Where can I find a concrete contractor?
The concrete contractors in the Concrete Network directory provide a variety of concrete services. Whether you need to repair or pour a driveway, install countertops in your kitchen or bathroom, polish your existing concrete floors or any other project, our directory can help you find a fit. You’ll have easy access to pictures of their work, the ability to contact them directly by phone or email, and request free quotes.
Top concrete services in Denver:
- Concrete maintenance
- Stained concrete
- Concrete floors
- Concrete patios
- Concrete walkways
- Concrete pool decks
- Concrete driveways
- Polished concrete
- Stamped concrete
- Concrete countertops
- Colored concrete
- Concrete resurfacing
- Finished basements
- Concrete furniture
- Concrete repair
Service areas include:
Aurora, Lakewood, Centennial, Arvada, Thornton, Westminster, Littleton and more
See more contractors nearby:
Boulder & Fort Collins Concrete Contractors
Colorado Springs Concrete Contractors
Get More Information: Read more about Decorative Concrete on The Concrete Network. You’ll also find concrete photo galleries for decorative applications such as stamped concrete, acid etch staining, concrete floors, countertops, patios, and polished concrete. Research decorative concrete treatments like sealing, coloring, maintenance, and more.