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Minnesota Concrete Driveway & Patio Contractor Minneapolis MN

No one has ever disputed the durability of concrete. Don’t let the initial cost of concrete scare you off. It can “last a lifetime” with minimal maintenance.  Not only does concrete last longer, but it also adds value and curb appeal to your property.  Recent technological developments in stamping, etching and coloring, have combined to add “versatility, affordability and beauty” to concrete’s many attributes, making it the material of choice for residential and commercial paving and property finishing needs.

Make A Statement With Your Driveway, Sidewalk or Patio

If you still think of concrete as a boring light gray, hard, textured surface with no personality or flair, THINK AGAIN!  Concrete can assume nearly any shape, pattern, design or texture which means that your concrete structure can take on a truly unique look. Whether you are looking to concrete your driveway, patio or walkway, you will benefit from the beauty stamped or decorative concrete can offer.

Stamped, etched and colored concrete can be designed and colored to resemble brick, slate, flagstone, stone, tile and even wood. It can be blended with almost any other stone or tile pattern to beautify pool decks, driveways, entries, courtyards, patios, steps and sidewalks. Concrete can easily be used to create an economical replica of far more expensive materials while retaining its amazing durability.

Also, colored concrete can be used to simulate the look of brick, flagstone, pavers, or tile. Colored concrete can be paired with other concrete finishing techniques to create a striking affect.  Not only is concrete coloring a beautiful design option, but it is also affordable and compatible with both new and existing concrete. With the right products, techniques, and a creative Minnesota landscaping contractor you can produce results that will transform concrete into works of art that will beautifully accent your landscaping.

Combining Walkways, Stairs & Steps

Many decorative sidewalk projects will require steps to transition from one elevation to another, especially at entryways. To achieve a cohesive visual effect with greater dramatic impact, consider combining decorative concrete walkways with stamped or stained stairways and landings that incorporate coordinating colors and patterns.