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Stamped Concrete

The process of installing stamped concrete is quite challenging. Not only are you constrained by time, as the concrete dries quickly if you don’t get it right, but it can also be difficult to repair. However, the beautiful appearance of stamped concrete on driveways, patios, or pool decks is just enough to make you want to install one.

If you have been considering stamped concrete, it’s better left to the pros, and that’s where Houston Polished Concrete & Staining Company comes in. Learn more about stamped concrete and our process of stamping concrete.

What is a

Stamped Concrete?

Stamped concrete is a form of concrete floor, that replicates stones such as bricks, tiles, flagstones, and even wood. It’s also called textured or imprinted concrete.

It offers a wide variety of patterns and color choices, and the result, in the end, is worth it.

How is the

Looked Achieved?

After pouring the concrete, and just when there is no bleed water on the surface, the imprints or stamps are placed right to achieve the look.

A high level of expertise is required to ensure that stamped concrete comes out just right. However, as challenging as it is, with professionals, it can be done for you just right.

Benefits of

Stamped concrete

The following are the benefits of stamped concrete:

Stamped concrete floors are just concrete with different finishing. Concrete is durable, and the sealant used at the end of the process offers a more protective coating. This floor type is used in places where there is heavy foot or car traffic, and can still last long for many years.

Instead of leaving your outdoor to be plain, stamped concrete can come in as an enhancer. It beautifies outdoor spaces.

The colors and patterns for stamped concrete are almost limitless. This means you can customize your spaces without too much effort.

Stamped concrete when sealed is very easy to maintain. The sealant acts as a protective coating that keeps the imprinted stamps in place.

Since stamped concrete is used outdoor, adding no slip-additive during the installation process is very necessary. This removes the concern for falls or accidents and makes the floor safe for humans and pets.

Installing stamped concrete costs less than installing natural stone surfaces. It also saves maintenance costs upfront if you install a poor-quality stone surface.

Where can

Stamped concrete be used?

Stamped concrete is usually used outdoors. Although, they can be used indoors for areas such as the garage.

They can be found in:


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Over the last decade, we have kept our commitment to these values.

We have served homes, worship centers, and clients in different industries. From living rooms to churches, office buildings, medical facilities, and warehouses – we only provide high-quality concrete services that we are proud of, and our clients are happy about.

Our 8-step

Stamped concrete process

Stamping Concrete Is No Easy Process, But If Done Right By Professionals, The Results Can Be Amazing.

At Houston Polished Concrete & Staining Company, The Following Is Our Process For Stamping Concrete:

Step 1

Pouring the concrete

Since stamped concrete cannot be installed on a dry concrete floor, if you have an old floor, we have to pour fresh concrete on it.

Step 2

Screeding the concrete

This step is important, as it’s on this canvas the stamps will be placed. The concrete is screeded to achieve a smooth and even surface.

Step 3

Applying color hardener

At that point where there is no bleed water anymore on the surface, we go on to apply the color hardener. This is usually done twice giving at least a 10-minute interval.

Step 4

Applying a release agent

The release agent can be in powdered or liquid form. This is done to ensure that the stamping mats don’t stick on the concrete when they are to be removed.

Step 5

Carry out a test to see if the slab is ready

Timing is everything. If the stamping mats are placed too early, they won’t hold. If the stamps are placed too late, it makes the job more difficult, as the concrete will dry out before the task is completed. To test, we press our finger into the slab. If it leaves a clean imprint about half an inch deep or a little less, we know the concrete is ready.

Step 6

Place the first row of stamps

The stamping mats are placed accordingly so the imprints are aligned.

Step 7

Continue with the process

We continue placing the stamping mats until we have covered the entire concrete slab

Step 8

Apply a sealant

This step is necessary, as it helps to enhance the color of the concrete, and adds a sheen to the surface. In addition, it serves as a protective coating for the concrete, blocking dirt, dust, and chemicals.


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About our services

Mark Felton

Houston Polished Concrete & Staining Company is indeed AWESOME. I never thought my ordinary home concrete floors could be this beautiful. They exceeded my expectations, and I recommend them for all your concrete flooring needs.

Jonathan Johnson

Level up your restaurant with stained concrete. The finishing speaks for itself, and you won’t regret it. Thank me later. The classy look and compliments I now get from my restaurant are everything I have always dreamed about. Thanks to this great team. They are professional and efficient.

Mary Webber

Houston Polished Concrete & Staining Company did a fantastic job on our cafe’s concrete slab. From the moment we contacted them, we have had a great experience. The recommendations for color and sheen turned out perfect. If you need some concrete polishing work done, I would say look no further.

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