Prepping for a Patio? Consider these Decorative Concrete Techniques

With warmer weather on the horizon, many homeowners are looking for ways to enhance their outdoor living space. And not surprisingly, one of the most popular places to start is the patio. Whether you’re looking to replace an old patio or build an entirely new one, concrete offers a variety of styles and techniques to achieve what you’re looking for. Don’t settle for crumbling pavers when you could install a lasting patio with classic looks. How do we do it? The answer is decorative concrete! Decorative concrete has evolved over the years, offering many products and methods that seem to continually improve over time. And, decorative concrete won’t sacrifice the sustainability and resilience you require. It’s as durable as it is beautiful!

Decorative Concrete Vadnais Heights

The trends in decorative concrete that we are seeing now include a variety of beautiful designs suited for both commercial and residential applications. As experts in decorative concrete for the Vadnais Heights area, we would like to tell you more about the current, extraordinary techniques available in concrete and help you find the perfect look for your unique home or business.

Staining. Over the last decade or so, stained concrete has made a huge difference in the world of concrete. Stained concrete offers a unique, high end look for both outdoor and indoor applications and offers a variety of options that elevates concrete and resonates with homeowners. It makes a fantastic option for patios and can instantly transform the look of a backyard.

Stamped concrete. Offering a variety of surfaces and styles for a charming, professional and unique finish, stamped concrete can offer the look of cobblestone without the major expense and strenuous upkeep. It can even offer different patterns including European fan, flaming sun, weathered wood, English Yorkstone and so much more. Match your stamped decorative concrete with the style of your home, from classic to modern. Have a classic farmhouse? Cobblestone is the way to go. Have a French Tudor? European fan may be the choice for you.

Sealing. Your decorative concrete should be sealed regularly to help it stand out and last. Colors will be intensified, and the overall design will be far more pleasing to any eyes laid upon it. You can also add sheen to the surface of the concrete. The sheens range from satin to high gloss and everything in between.

Interested in decorative concrete for your Vadnais Heights area home? Call Wohlwend Concrete at 651-426-2610 or you can contact us for a Free Quote.