Stamped Concrete

Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by Smokey03, Feb 18, 2008.

  1. Smokey03

    Smokey03 LawnSite Member
    Messages: 14

    This is a picture of a recent stamped job.

  2. mhilton

    mhilton LawnSite Member
    Messages: 108

    No offense but your pattern looks a little light
  3. 02DURAMAX

    02DURAMAX LawnSite Gold Member
    Messages: 3,801

    lookin good...but pavers look better:rolleyes:...just dont like the shiny look of it
  4. Smokey03

    Smokey03 LawnSite Member
    Messages: 14

    This particular Asler Slate pattern is not a very deep stamp which is great for patios since chairs and tables will not wobble on it. Also, this customer likes the glossy look so I used a 25% sealer.
  5. mhilton

    mhilton LawnSite Member
    Messages: 108

    I have the same pattern , what company do you use cause i use mainly scofield but for that pattern i have brickform. check out my site
  6. 5.0

    5.0 LawnSite Member
    Messages: 119

    Nice site. I'm not that familiar with stamped concrete, but how did you do the different colors in the pic below? I need to have my driveway done like that!
  7. barefeetny

    barefeetny LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 533

    I DIG IT...

    its a bit shiny for my taste but i can see the potential in the application...

  8. mhilton

    mhilton LawnSite Member
    Messages: 108

    Well we broadcast color hardener then use acid stains to bring out various colors and imperfections
  9. Paver Gangster

    Paver Gangster LawnSite Member
    Messages: 144

    Not a stamped fan but that does look nice and appears to be quality.

    Would have gone with a different color than what matches the brick, JMO, but if the client is happy, than it's all good.
  10. klkanders

    klkanders LawnSite Senior Member
    from Midwest
    Messages: 849

    Looks nice. The only thing that scares me is being right next to the foundation on the 2 sides. Have just seen way to much settling especially on new construction. Pavers have the advantage of being able to be fixed if settling happens. I like the pattern!

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