Flint Concrete we specialize in decorative stamped concrete, interior acid staining, custom outdoor concrete installation and concrete sealing and stamped concrete maintenance. We provide some of the highest quality workmanship around the New River Arizona area.
Stamped Concrete our process
Flint concrete uses a liquid integral color that is added to the concrete before pouring. Base colors can also be added using a topical color hardener. A release agent is needed to prevent the stamps from sticking to the unfinished concrete. The Release agent often gives the concrete a secondary color for a more natural look. Once the decorative concrete has properly cured, we pressure wash and apply a protective sealant. This gives the concrete colors more depth while increasing durability and resistance to stains.
What color is concrete when it dries?
Why is concrete different colors?
Forms with different rates of absorption will cause surfaces with different shades of color. … Concrete surfaces that are troweled too early will increase the water-cement ratio at the surface and lighten the color. Concrete which is not properly or uniformly cured may develop discoloration.
Does Colored concrete fade?
The color pigments used in colored concrete are UV stable and fade resistant and does not fade. The cement does however change tones during the curing process and as it ages in the weather.
What Is the Best Way to Care for Colored Concrete?
Generally, colored concrete can be cleaned and maintained the same way as any other concrete surface. It is best to lightly clean stains with an approved cleaning product or soap. Many people who use colored concrete for indoor floors prefer to polish the surface for increased sheen.
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A concrete finisher is a skilled tradesperson who works with concrete by placing, finishing, protecting and repairing concrete in engineering and construction projects. Concrete finishers are often responsible for setting the concrete forms, ensuring they have the correct depth and pitch.
Concrete Pouring - Stamped Concrete
The cement reacts with the water and other ingredients to form a hard matrix that binds the materials together into a durable stone-like material that has many uses. ... Most concrete is poured with reinforcing materials (such as rebar) embedded to provide tensile strength, yielding reinforced concrete.
Stamped concrete is concrete that is patterned and/or textured or embossed to resemble brick, slate, flagstone, stone, tile, wood, and various other patterns and textures.
Stamped Concrete Popular item in New River Arizona
Stained and colored concrete have always been a popular option when designing and installing a new patio, driveway, walkway, pool deck, and more. Colored concrete allows you to customize the look and feel that fits your personality and the area surrounding it. Flint Concrete has helped resident of New River Arizona with quality colored and stained concrete that’s designed to last in our ever-changing climate.
Stamped Concrete Count on us
We are dedicated to offering our unique concrete designs and quality workmanship. Stamping concrete is a process by which a rubber stamp is embedded into wet concrete leaving an imprinted pattern on the concrete surface. During our design stages the customer has unlimited color, pattern and texture options. Call Flint concrete for an estimate (855) 719-1222
An overview of our construction services from Construction Management, Design-build, General Contracting to Small Jobs and Service Work.
Services we provide near New River, Arizona!
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Arizona, a southwestern U.S. state, is best known for the Grand Canyon, the mile-deep chasm carved by the Colorado River. Flagstaff, a ponderosa pine–covered mountain town, is a major gateway to the Grand Canyon. Other natural sites include Saguaro National Park, protecting cactus-filled Sonoran Desert landscape. Tucson is University of Arizona territory and home to the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum.