Resealing Stamped Concrete

Resealing Stamped Concrete

Written by nick

Topics: Concrete Coatings

Stamped concrete is concrete that has been impressed with patterns or textures to resemble brick, slate, cobblestone, flagstone, or even wood. The stamping process allows areas such as walkways, driveways, sidewalks, patios and many other concrete surfaces to be fully customized.

Just like most surfaces, stamped concrete will require some maintenance to maintain the color intensity and the shine it had after it was installed. Over the years the sealer that was applied to the stamped surface after pouring will fade and wear from traffic, UV rays, and weather.  When properly maintained and sealed, stamped concrete should last for decades.

A proper sealer will enhance the color and also provide protection from deicing chemicals, oil and grease, dirt and other contaminants. Our process at Dancer Concrete Design involves pressure washing and scrubbing the surface with a specialty cleaner to remove embedded dirt, and then applying 2 coats of our stamped concrete sealer with a slip-grit additive for traction on the surface even when wet. Our concrete sealer is high in solids content for maximum durability and wear resistance.

Below you can see pictures of projects we have resealed this year. We did not complete the initial concrete stamping, just the sealing.

To get a free proposal to seal your stamped concrete or any other concrete around your home please call 260-748-2252 or you can email create@dancerconcrete.com.

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