Stamped Concrete is the process of adding texture and color to concrete to make it resemble stone, brick, slate, cobblestone and many other products found in nature including wood, fossils, shells and many more. This limitless array of possibilities combined with great durability and lower cost than natural products makes Stamped Concrete an easy choice for new construction and renovation projects.
The installation consists of pressing molds into the concrete while the concrete is still in its plastic state. Color is achieved by using Dry Shakes or Color Hardeners, Powder or Liquid Releases, Integral Colors or Acid Stains. All these products may be combined to create even more intricate designs.
RRC Development Company can design and install any stamped concrete driveway, patio and walkway to beautify your home or business.
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The Cost of Stamped Concrete
The initial cost to install stamped concrete can vary widely, depending on the prices for materials and labor in your local market and the complexity of the job. But in general, you’ll pay about $8 to $12 per square foot for basic stamped concrete (using just one pattern and color) to $18 or more per square foot for more elaborate multi-pattern designs with special coloring effects, such as hand-applied stain accents.
$4-8 per square foot
BASIC: For a basic stamped concrete installation with one pattern and one color, you can expect to pay between $8 and $12 per square foot. If you have a large area you want paved, picking a basic design is often a great way to keep costs at a reasonable level.
$8-12 per square foot
MID-RANGE: There are many ways you can customize stamped concrete without breaking the bank. For example, borders can be added to your patio or driveway in a contrasting pattern and color. Depending on the upgrades you pick, expect to pay between $12 and $18 per square foot for a mid-range design.
$12+ per square foot
HIGH-END: If you want to go all out and get top-of-the line stamped concrete that is incredibly realistic you should plan to spend $18 and up per square foot. This type of high end design may include multiple patterns and colors, specialty scored patterns and hand-coloring that resembles the natural variations in stone.
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