Pictures from stamped concrete companies in Dallas
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A stamped patio coordinates with the look of the exterior of the home. Deck-O-Art in Dallas, TX.
Color Cap Concrete Coatings laid a thin stamped overlay with a running bond stamp pattern to mimic the look of brick at the Dental Depot in Highland Village, TX.
Take a stroll in downtown Dallas and you’ll see stamped concrete on restaurant patios, hotel entries, store fronts, and other locations. And now, more and more homeowners are choosing stamped concrete as a solution for their indoor and outdoor spaces. Decorative concrete contractors in the Dallas metro and surrounding areas can create custom patterns and also mimic the look of brick, limestone, cobblestone, or just about any other flooring material.
Why stamped concrete is a great choice for Dallas residents
Though our winters are fairly mild, we do get our fair share of precipitation during storm season in spring so it’s helpful to have a durable surface. Stamped concrete is a great solution for a concrete driveway, concrete patio, pool deck, and other surfaces because it’s durable, beautiful, and can be made to have a textured surface so it’s slip resistant.
Here are some of its other qualities:
- Affordable. Stamped concrete that mimics the look of natural stone is less expensive than natural stone laid by hand.
- Easy to maintain. The appearance of your stamped concrete surface will last for years. And since it’s one continuous surface, weeds won’t pop up through your concrete like they would in between pavers.
- Increases property value. Well designed and durable hardscaping can add curb appeal to your Dallas home.
- Many design possibilities. There are many patterns and colors to choose from, so you can pick a style that suits your home.
Choosing your design
Home styles in Dallas range from midcentury modern to craftsman and just about everything in between. Fortunately, with the wide range of stamped concrete designs available, you can come up with something that suits you.
It’s possible to mimic the look of just about any material. Here’s some ideas:
- Love the look of limestone? Your stamped concrete driveway can be made to look like real limestone but for a fraction of the cost.
- Big football fan? Get the UT Longhorns logo or Cowboys logo stamped into your back patio.
- You can even combine stamping with acid staining to get the right pattern and color combination.
Deciding between stamped concrete contractors in Dallas
We want it to be easy for you to find the right contractor. That’s why we’re not a middleman—you contact concrete contractors directly.
Before contacting a stamped concrete contractor:
- Check their ratings and reviews
- Ask for verification that they are licensed and insured
- Take a look at photos of past projects
Before meeting with a stamped concrete contractor:
- Figure out if you need an overlay or poured concrete. (If you have existing concrete surfaces that you want covered with stamped concrete, you need a stamped concrete overlay. If you don’t have a concrete surface to work with, you need poured concrete.)
- Gather images of stamped concrete you like so you can guide the contractor in the right direction (searching for “stamped concrete patio images” will result in many ideas).
- Decide what color scheme you like to give the contractor an idea of what you’re looking for.
- Determine your budget for the project so there are no surprises.
- Define your project completion day and be sure to share that information.
Service Areas: Forney, Frisco, Garland, Grand Prairie, Highland Park, Irving, McKinney, Mesquite, Plano, Richardson, Rowlett, University Park
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