Cano's Concrete & Construction: Wichita Stamped Concrete
When most people think about concrete construction, they picture unfinished basements and ugly utilitarian structures like prisons and parking garages. But there is no reason for concrete construction to be unattractive. Through the magic of stamped concrete from Cano's Concrete & Construction, Wichita homeowners can enjoy all the practical benefits of concrete, such as strength and durability, as well as the aesthetic benefits of a beautiful and customized building material. We are Wichita’s stamped concrete experts, so if you are planning to install a stamped concrete surface, or if you have any questions about how stamped concrete can work to improve your property, feel free to give us a call. We will be happy to answer any questions you have!
What is stamped concrete?
Concrete is strong, durable, and requires very little maintenance, guaranteeing that you will be able to enjoy your concrete patio for years to come. And with a huge variety of decorative and design options, we can create a concrete patio to match any taste and to complement the appearance of any property. If you’d like a simple, polished concrete slab, we can do that. If you would prefer another look, we can design and build patios to any specifications and to convincingly mimic the appearance of other types of materials. Cobblestone, slate, and brick are all popular stamped concrete patterns in the Wichita area, but we can work with you to achieve nearly any design you would like.
Is stamped concrete expensive?
While stamped concrete is not the least expensive option to install, like all other concrete construction it is extremely cost effective over time. Because concrete is extremely durable, strong, and long lasting, you can expect your stamped concrete to keep looking beautiful, year after year with only minimal maintenance. Additionally, because it can so convincingly mimic other materials like stone, it is generally much less expensive to install a quality stamped concrete surface than it would be to install the material it is replacing.