J’s Custom Concrete & Landscape Design continues to set the standard in Denver custom concrete flatwork, stamped concrete, decorative concrete, concrete resurfacing and concrete coatings. Our scope of services include custom concrete driveways, patios, and concrete polishing and engraving.
Denver Colorado homeowners want to enjoy their homes, but they also see upgrading their back yards as an investment. Creating the look of an authentic stone patio, slate patio, or cobblestone patio is more economical to install using decorative custom concrete, and adds value to the home.
Denver backyards are being transformed into luxurious extensions of the house. They’re the new favorite room to relax, entertain, and cook. Let J’s Custom Concrete Masonry & Flagstone bring out the heart and soul of your backyard with a concrete patio.
J’s Custom Concrete Design can customize any and all Concrete Masonry & Flagstone, bringing dazzling effects with decorative concrete to any home no matter what style.
Walkways are more than just away to get where your going, they can bring curb appeal and give artistic expressions with the multitude of decorative custom concrete options.
Custom Concrete Design Options
Due to the wide array of options when it comes to custom concrete patterns, concrete colors, and the cost of stamped, or imprinted concrete in relation to the materials it is a substitute for, the choice of stamped concrete is increasingly popular.
Colors and patterns for stamped custom cement are often chosen to blend with other surrounding stone, tile or patterned concrete elements.. Complex designs incorporating steps, courtyards, and fountains can be achieved when patterns are pressed into the concrete. Stamped custom concrete can also be blended with other decorative concrete elements like exposed aggregate finishes and acid-etch staining, along with a particular pattern, such as running bond brick, hexagonal tile, worn rock or stone. Concrete is the perfect canvas while still maintaining a very natural, authentic look.
The most common place you’ll see custom concrete these days is under your feet.
Whether it’s acid-stained, painted, overlays, microtoppings, radiant floors, or a unique personal floor, concrete floors offer a range unlike any other material. Concrete flooring, sometimes referred to as cement flooring, no longer has to be gray and boring.
Now coloring concrete, or applying textures, patterns, saw cuts, etc., can bring new life to this traditional substrate. Concrete can be so uniquely designed or so naturally colored that it blends seamlessly with other elements in a room–oftentimes, you don’t even realize it’s a concrete floor you’re standing on!
Perhaps a slate, flagstone, or cobblestone patio is what you’re in the market for. Can’t afford the real thing? Worried about the maintenance and upkeep of those natural materials? Using concrete for your patio can eliminate your concerns. Using stamps to imprint pattern and texture into concrete can create the look of natural materials at a fraction of the cost. Concrete can replicate, in color, texture, and pattern, nearly any natural surface you can think of. So not only do you get the look of the real thing, you also get the durability, and ease of maintenance of concrete.
Custom Concrete Art and the “WOW FACTOR”
Custom Concrete Art can be achieved with different mediums and in a multiplicity of disciplines. The outcome of what the customer desires can be achieved depending on final look and budget you have to work with. Many expensive looks intended to “WOW”, can be accomplished and still stay within budget.
Decorative Denver custom concrete has become more appealing to people and is now being looked upon as an investment in “works of art” you can live in. You may be looking at ways to use the concrete you already have and improve their lifestyle with the home they love. Perhaps they want to improve the appearance and appeal of a home they want to sell. We have many stories of our past clients selling their home in surprisingly short time easily recouping any investment with their concrete upgrades, including decorative driveways, sidewalks, steps, including patios and fireplaces.
Decorative concrete has many faces. That has led to mystery and secret method stories about using concrete. Actually, decorative concrete is pretty straight forward. The name can fit concrete stamping, overlays, polishing, or engraving.
Businesses see the marketing potential in having their logos engraved on the doorstep or inside the lobby. Communities look at their budgets for time and money, then decide to utilize existing concrete for municipal beautification and improvement. Decorating existing concrete has been a quiet, secret option for too long.
Stamping concrete requires new concrete. Specially shaped stamps are pressed into the wet concrete. The end result is built in brick, stones, tiles or other designs. The concrete can be colored when it is poured. The cured, stamped concrete can be sealed to protect the surface and keep the design beautiful longer.
Overlays are an additional layer of material poured over existing concrete. If the overlay is thick enough, it can be stamped or engraved with a decorative design that makes everything look brand new.
In some situations a classic glow on concrete that has been polished using special diamond grinders is all the useful beauty a floor or wall needs.
Engraving on existing concrete with no new construction required, is one facet of decorative concrete that has been an unintentional secret. The methods can seem like ‘secret knowledge’ that few people have a chance to get.
Specially designed tools are used to engrave the concrete. Engraving works hand in hand with colorful stains and protective sealers. Engraving on existing concrete is a common sense choice that is also artistic, unique AND green. The low maintenance shouldn’t be a secret any more. Minimal upkeep over time and day to day cleaning keep decorative concrete beautiful for many years.
“At J’s Custom Concrete & Landscape Design our goal is not only to make a path to walk or drive on, but also, we can help you create and define your own unique home or business atmosphere.”
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