Concrete stamps are a common method of texturing concrete. These stamps are comprised of panels with inlaid designs, which are placed on concrete while it is still curing. Designs may consist of brick, stone, wood, or other decorative patterns to provide the desired look, sometimes mimicking other common building materials, but retaining the strength and durability of concrete. Generally stamped concrete is colored by adding color pigments to the concrete mix in addition to a secondary color (release) pigment that is added during stamping. Regular sealing of this type of finish helps longevity of the color.
• Brick Patterns • Stone Patterns • Wood Patterns
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