Decorative Concrete has quickly emerged as the preferred material choice for homeowners, contractors, and producers looking for a durable but alternative option to traditional concrete. Although in use since ancient times, today’s concrete industry has found new and creative ways to implement this strong and versatile material.
Using acid stains, “shake on” dry powders, and integral dry powder or liquid colors, concrete color can easily be changed from the traditional gray finish. The concrete surface can also be transformed by using “press down” stamps, post-applied stencils, and architectural forms.
With a combination of these new methods, concrete can take on the appearance of cobblestone, marble, brick, tile, etc. The decorative possibilities are endless!
For more information about Decorative Concrete, check out the Indiana Decorative Concrete Network.