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Stencil Pattern Concrete Stencil Concrete is designed to resemble the look of brick or stone with contrasting cement joints. It is a low maintenance, hard wearing and slip resistant, commonly used around the home - driveways, pathways/courtyards and pool areas. A paved look is achieved using disposable paper stencils that are available in wide range of stencil designs & colours. The stencils are placed onto the wet concrete then colour oxides are added to impart the pattern. The stencil is then peeled off leaving behind realistic "mortar joints" the colour of the gray cement base. Once the concrete has cured, the concrete is saw cut and the slab is cleaned and coated with a concrete protective sealer.

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Stamped Impression Concrete Stamped Concrete is a designer stamp imprint that resembles the look slate, stone, tile and even wood.  Concrete is poured in the conventional manner. Colour & release agents are added and then imprinted with large rubber stamping mats. The surface is then cleaned to remove release agents residue and concrete is left to cure. The concrete is then saw cut and the slab is cleaned and coated with a concrete protective sealer. Stamped concrete looks great as a driveway and it is also commonly found in patios, entrance ways, courtyards and footpaths.

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Colour Thru Concrete Concrete colours are either added to the concrete at the concrete plant prior to pouring giving you depth of colour throughout the entire slab, or "dusted on" at the project site. This method is mostly popular on driveways and pathways, a wide range of colours are available to suit your home surroundings.


Concrete Sealers To ensure you maintain your decorative finish it is important that a sealer (protective coating) is used to help prevent wear and tear on the surface. 
Tinted sealers are also available in a range of colours that can be used to rejuvenate plain or decorative concrete. It is important that a quality sealer is applied every couple of years to prevent water, sunlight, oil and grease penetrating into the concrete and aids in the cleaning process.

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