There are many good reasons why you should consider Stylecrete impressed (or stamped) concrete to transform your existing driveway or patio areas, into an area to enhance your home.
The traditional solutions using tarmac, paving or gravel all have their drawbacks. No matter how well they are laid they are prey to weeds, moss and mould. They will deteriorate after a few years and can prove very costly. With stamped concrete you get a perfect finish, almost indistinguishable from "the real thing" and a long-lasting surface, which unlike traditional materials, will remain weed and maintenance free as well as oil and stain resistant.
Specially formulated concrete will prevent driveways from sinking or spreading, is crack resistant and once sealed is considerably harder than a traditional surface. Other surfaces fade and discolour rapidly - the colours in stamped concrete are permanent and will last a lifetime. Every one of our driveways is individually designed to enhance the appearance and character of your home.
At Stylecrete we have a large range of patterns and colours to choose from. From antique cobblestones, to gleaming slate from rich red brick tiles, random stone and even timber, we can provide the look you're after. And you know it will last!
The products we use are the best in the business to give you the best possible result. For example we use Dustone colour hardener, using only the highest quality pigments, quartz and silicas to dramatically increase the tensile strength of the concrete. Dustone treated concrete is in fact two and a half times stronger than untreated concrete.
With the latest in concrete technology and professional design with such a large range of colours and patterns, we will provide the perfect driveway, path or patio at a fraction of the cost of natural stone or slate.
Deco Con software
Stylecrete utilises "deco-con" imaging software which has been designed to assist you to decide on the design, colours and patterns which will best suit your needs. This software will superimpose options over a digital picture of the location and its surroundings to give you an overview of what is possible. View the video below for more information.