Concrete driveways are durable, but often lack character. Your metro Denver home can be transformed with a stamped concrete driveway or parking pad, which can simulate the appearance of natural stone or brick, or create an interesting pattern, like basket weave or fan. Concrete stamping is a fast and cost-effective way to change the look of your existing concrete driveway, or it can be applied to a new concrete driveway during installation.
Concrete stamping is the process of imprinting a pattern or texture that imitates cobblestone, flagstone, brick, slate, or other natural stones. Custom colors can be added to match the exterior of your home or make a bold statement. The same concrete stamping used for your driveways and parking pads can also be used on sidewalks, walkways, patios, pool decks and more. The stamped concrete surface is easy to maintain and resists mildew and staining.
Stone & Concrete has the experience and equipment to remove your current driveway and replace it with a new one. We will make sure the correct permits are in place, if necessary, for your Denver area municipality. Once the old driveway is removed, a new stamped concrete driveway will be installed. We will properly grade and compact the area to prevent your new stamped concrete driveway from settling or cracking. Because of Denver’s expansive and shifting soils, we typically use rebar to strengthen stamped concrete driveways and parking pads.
Stone & Concrete offers many choices of patterns and colors for areas where you want stamped concrete. Click here for a PDF of stamped color pattern textures.
In addition we have many color variations available. Click here for a PDF of stamped concrete colors.
Call Stone & Concrete today at 303-287-0889 for a free estimate. Our experts will work with you to make sure your stamped concrete driveway or parking pad enhances the look of your metro Denver home.
CONCRETE TIP: For an environmentally friendly way to kill weeds growing around the edges of your driveway or sidewalk, spray vinegar on them. Vinegar draws moisture out of foliage, and can be used alone or mixed with other household items, like dish detergent, to kill tough weeds.