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Stamped Concrete – Rock Salt Driveway

 Stamped Concrete with a birds eye view! I’m not able to give you these looks on every job. But, with a little more time we will be posting a video of the installation. For now hopefully this photo gives you the whole picture of what this stamped concrete driveway looks like You can see the lay out, the…

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Rock Salt and Yorkshire Cobble Stamped Concrete Driveway

Stamped Concrete Driveway Sometimes the right words don’t come to mind when blogging. I want to talk about our decorative concrete in ways that might help you along with your decision. I try to take pictures that will give you a better idea as to what the stamp and texture finishes looks like for your stamped…

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Stamped Patio and Porch

Wow!! I Loved doing this project. Working with an experienced contractor, and I want to plug him here, James River Construction. Not only do they go out of their way to satisfy the homeowner, the owner of the company is great too. But as always the project does not come down to just the contractors. The homeowners…

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Stamped Concrete Patios

Stamped concrete and patios go together like bacon and eggs. You can choose your color, your stamp, and borders if you like. Patios can get a little complex on hillsides. Retaining walls and steps can add costs to your patio. What we did here, is try and keep it as simple as possible without wasting…

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Stamped Concrete Pictures

                      I think this is a pretty good combination. We used the running bond brick as the border and the cobble in the field. Colors are Hayfield with a “brown” release. The brick matches the release color. Cobble is kind of a busy pattern as is the…

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Stamped Patio With A View

                      It’s just a small portion of the patio that you can see, but most importantly look at the beautiful yard you see from a beautiful patio. The patio is Ashlar slate stamp. Charcoal on Charcoal. We used a running bond brick border to tie…

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Stamped Borders

A lot of times when we pour a patio, sidewalk or driveway the owner wants a border. Borders are nice because they set off the interior portion of the concrete area. In this photo for instance we used a border at the transition area from a patio that was poured years ago to the new…

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Concrete Edging/Exposed Aggregate/Sealer- A Must!!

Slant style with a brick finish, bordering the bed from the sidewalk. Mulch washing over on the sidewalk. Has this ever happened to you? I see it a lot and the concrete edging does the job for you. The edging  contains the mulch in the bed where you want it. Additionally, while we were here, we cleaned and…

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Landscape Edging- Concrete The Only Way to Go

I was looking at this photo before posting and was wondering what I could say about it. You know after a while it sometimes seems difficult to be descriptive about something that you (me) do every day. The curbing does its job so well it seems like it naturally belongs there. So it was difficult for me…

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Concrete Curbing-The Long and Winding Cart Path

It was a beautiful day to take a picture. We had finished this curb just a few days earlier. Before posting the photograph this  morning I went to my editing program to re-size  the picture. I have always thought the picture was awesome with the landscape, color and all. Take a closer look. Look at the left side of the cart path. It’s not finished. This photo serves as, what…

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