A couple months ago we briefly discussed commercial stamped concrete; in this article we’re going to go more in-depth on the subject and cover Knox County stamped concrete as a whole. After all, stamped concrete has its place in many residential applications as well!
Decorative Concrete in Your Home
Some people think stamped concrete is only for businesses or that it’s too elaborate for a home setting and therefore would cost too much to install. However, we’re here to tell you that these people would be misinformed. While most people aren’t likely to use some of the larger designs/logos that businesses do, that doesn’t mean they don’t have plenty of smaller-scale options that will make their home truly shine! Some prime places for residential stamped concrete installation include driveways, walkways, pool decks, and patios.
While the price of having stamped concrete installed can vary widely depending on the colors, designs, effects, etc., that also means that there is an affordable option for every budget. Let Ellis Brothers install your Knox County stamped concrete today!
Is Stamped Concrete Right for You?
There is a lot to think about when considering your choices for new flooring: how much maintenance is required? How often? Can it be easily damaged? Is it difficult/expensive/inconvenient to have repaired? How long will it last? The list could go on, but the point is, choosing new flooring isn’t an instant decision. Check out the pros and cons of stamping concrete to help you decide if Knox County stamped concrete is right for you.
A few benefits include low maintenance, no uneven surfaces caused by settling/shifting of the earth, no joints to allow weeds/grass to eventually grow. All these things can ruin the look and beauty that you were going for in the first place. The best part about stamped concrete is that it doesn’t look like concrete. Depending on the pattern you choose, it can replicate stone, wood, marble, and many other non-concrete materials (without you having to pay a premium price for the real thing).
What Can You Do with Stamped Concrete?
Decorative concrete is called so for a reason: it decorates the area where it’s installed. This is a great way to add beauty to your home and can seriously refresh outdated applications on porches and walkways. There are tons of design ideas for stamping concrete, and these can be a great way to get inspiration for your own home. The options are endless -which in itself can have pros and cons- and hopefully these stamped concrete pictures will help encourage your creative side.
Express yourself with unlimited color and design combinations at an affordable price! Call the experts at Ellis Brothers, Inc. today to schedule your Knox County stamped concrete installation: 740-397-9191.