The residents of this home in Castle Pines Colorado needed an upgrade to their worn and colorless stamped concrete exterior surface. Taking plenty of time to go over color possibilities with the customers we finally arrived at a Antique Gray stain. We started the project by thoroughly prepping all exposed surfaces, as always. We then carefully applied stain to all the necessary areas, letting the concrete fully absorb the color. Finally, we applied a semi-gloss epoxy sealer, to add just the right amount of shine to this beautiful house!
This house in Salida, Colorado had a worn out front patio and walkway. We applied a Gray cementitious microtopping, with a custom, hand troweled finish and sealed with a high-quality polyurethane. As you can see this once worn out front entry way went from highly contrasting to fitting perfectly with the rustic appearance of the house.
This custom stenciled back patio in Littleton, Colorado was truly a unique project experience. As you can see, the patio had severe discoloration and had been worn down almost entirely. We thoroughly cleaned and prepped the surface, taping off all important areas of the stencil and applied a Terra Cotta and black stain to the appropriate areas. We then removed all surface prep materials and sealed the surface with a polyaspartic sealer. The patio was left looking as good as new!
This home in Highlands Ranch, Colorado was in desperate need of rejuvenating its existing front entryway steps. We started the project by leveling out the bottom step to avoid the pooling of water from their front yard sprinklers. After prepping all exposed surfaces, we then applied a Red integral color microtopping, which paired beautifully with the brick and siding colors of the house. Finally we finished the project by sealing the surface to ensure long lasting durability.