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Stamped Concrete

Stamped concrete is an elegant design option which creates a unique textured look and feel for your Raleigh home. Whether you want to refine your patio or personalize your driveway, our customizable stamped concrete can match the individual style of any home or business.

Although stamped concrete is a popular DIY project, always contact an experienced professional for larger jobs. Stamping concrete can be a long, messy and complicated project that should always be managed by trained professionals in order to ensure the safety and maintenance of your property.

What is Stamped Concrete?

Stamped concrete is regular concrete that is patterned or textured to resemble another material such as brick, slate or wood.

Our Stamped Concrete Patterns

  • Symmetrical Tile
  • Offset Tile
  • Running Brick
  • Natural Stone
  • Hexagonal Tile
  • Worn Rock
  • Feathered Brick
  • Slate Slabs
  • Traditional Brick
  • Irregular Stone

Reasons to Use Stamped Concrete

  • Flexibility
    • Custom colors
    • Custom pattern
    • Custom shape
  • Affordability
  • Minimal Maintenance

Stamped Concrete Uses

Stamped concrete is a very versatile material, it is most commonly used for patios, hardscapes and driveways. Stamped concrete is also a perfect material to use around a pool deck because of it’s durability, affordability and relative ease of installation.

Stamped Concrete Maintenance

Caring for stamped concrete is as easy as caring for other concrete surfaces. The pattern will hold up for years, even with normal traffic patterns without much maintenance. If you choose to add a stain to your stamped concrete applying a clear sealant coat periodically will help maintain the color. Regular cleaning methods will not disrupt the pattern or the stain.

Beautify your property with Stamped Concrete!

If you seek a luxurious, elegant feel to your home or business, stamped concrete from Hicks Landscape is your ideal option. But don’t take our word for it. Visit our photo gallery to see the proof for yourself, and contact us today to schedule your free in-home consultation.