Category: Stamped Concrete Recolor

25 February

Has your stamped concrete seen better days? Maybe it’s time you got stamp recondition by Classy Concrete Coatings. Stamped concrete is attractive and heavy-duty flooring, but a weathered stamped concrete floor isn’t living up to its potential. Don’t let your stamped concrete floor continue to wear down, protect it with Stamp Recondition from Classy Concrete […]

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23 December

Stamped Concrete Overlay from Gateway Custom Concrete is an affordable option to resurface your concrete. Resurfacing your concrete can be an option for anyone with a concrete floor that needs a change to its color and texture. Gateway Custom Concrete will fundamentally change your concrete. Stamped Concrete Overlay is the process of using concrete, dyes, […]

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02 November

Grand Flagstone is a unique floor design that brings the classical style of European castles to your concrete floor. For centuries, castles all over Europe used Flagstone to build sturdy, elegant floors. Now, thanks to advances in concrete technology, you too can have this classical look without the high costs of traditional Flagstone. Grand Flagstone […]

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26 October

From installation cost to required maintenance, it’s best to know exactly what a floor entails before you take the next step and getting it installed. A tile floor is a popular option for many homeowners, but is not without its drawbacks. While a properly installed tile floor can bring a classic look to virtually any […]

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14 August

Stamped concrete typically loses color (it shouldn’t but many times it does).  Most people live with the fact that they just spent a boat-load of money on their stamped concrete and then put-up with it when it starts looking nasty after only a couple of years. A week ago while working on a decorative concrete […]

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16 April

What do you do when your full-depth stamped concrete turns ugly? Contact us of course! Many contractors that pour and stamp concrete will integrally color the concrete and stamp the surface with a powder release agent (that’s put on the surface not only to help the stamps not to stick to the surface, but to […]

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