Thinking of upgrading your home? One quick and easy way is to choose inexpensive decorative material such as stamped concrete. It’s durable and an inexpensive way to improve the outdoor areas of your home increasing its “curb” appeal and value. It’s popular for its versatility, ease of installation and low cost. It can be customized with a wide variety of designs. Stamped concrete is an excellent building material for Patios, walk ways and outdoor flooring.
Stamped concrete offers the following benefits.
Stamped concrete can highlight things like walkways, leading guests where you want them to walk. It’s attractive and provides safety and can last for many, many years. It’s often and great solution for different places of your home such as decks, driveways and sidewalks. Strength
Stamped Concrete has the ability to withstand heavy weight. It absorbs heat and doesn’t get too hot under the sun and it doesn’t get slippery in the rain. That provides comfort and safety.
Decks made of stamped concrete don’t require nearly as much maintenance as other materials. It has a much longer life span compared to wooden decks. There’s no need for frequent water sealant applications. Also, insects aren’t attracted to concrete decks. The only thing you need to do is sweep it to keep it clean and looking great.
If you are considering stamped concrete as an upgrade anywhere in the Dallas metro, you are welcome to contact Decathlon Construction today. Feel free to call (972) 530-3884 or fill our contact form, or just visithttp://www.decathlonconstruction.com/for further details.
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Decathlon Construction was founded by Jerry Terry on March 12th, 2003. The decision to start a Construction company was based on Jerry already having a wide array of construction knowledge from growing up around the business (his father was a home builder), and working as a foreman on homes, and also on pole buildings, which are built differently and added a lot of ideas to his construction portfolio.