Colorado’s Highest Quality Colored & Stained Concrete

Add beauty and elegance to your concrete project with our array of concrete colors and stains.

Colored Concrete In Northern CO

Colored Concrete In Northern CO

Concrete isn’t just grey anymore! We can color your slab in a wide array of shades to complement your home and landscaping. We will work with you to find the right color or stamped style to match your decor.

Color variations will occur when added onto, replaced, or poured at a different time next to existing colored concrete. Sometimes a crack may occur outside the control joint, but it is NOT recommended to try and replace this section due to the mismatching of color that may occur.

The Beauty of Coloring Concrete

The Beauty of Coloring Concrete

If you ask most people what they think of about concrete, they are likely to give you boring answers. Many imagine concrete slabs to be dull, gray, and uninspired. These bits of building and foundation aren’t something to talk about or plan landscaping around. Except, these people are missing out on something we at A-Concrete specialize in: beautiful colored concrete. Using our technician's knowledge combined with the industry's best practices, we can pour concrete in the shade that best compliments your home and landscaping. When picking the right color and hue to match your desired results, our team will work to address your needs as best as possible. The best feature of colored concrete? The variety. Our team can produce numerous unique colors meaning your concrete will stand out from peers and competitors, the little edge provided by a well thought out accent.

Colored concrete is the perfect addition to any project whether adding a natural shine to stamped materials or matching the existing colors of your area’s landscape.

The Concrete Coloring Process

The coloring process of raw concrete occurs during the initial phases starting at the concrete plant using integral colors.

Our main supplier uses liquid iron oxide pigments from Soloman Color Inc. These liquid colors have been a result of technological advances and have become the leading application for proper color of concrete.

Unlike the first option where the color is integrated throughout the entire mixture creating a uniform and longer lasting color, this application, called staining, is applied to the surface area only.

The coloring process can be customized and tailored to find a hue that works for you. At A-Concrete, Inc. we will use our in house examples of colors and textures to bring your vision to life. If you have a question about a specific color, we are more than happy to answer this for you and find the right shade or alternative that works! Come to our office and view a few different options that will fit your wants.

Another great feature of colored concrete is the ability to add extra textures through stamping. These two features often go hand in hand across our projects. Where it is costly to lay a material like new brick, and such materials are not as durable, adding the right coloring and stamping is perfect for creating a finish you desire.

Caring For Your Colors

There are a few pieces to be aware of when caring for colored concrete. It is important for the consistency of your project that we pour all of your concrete at once, slab by slab. Variations in color can occur when concrete is poured at different times or on top of existing concrete. To combat this, our team will lay your colored concrete simultaneously to ensure consistency across the project.

Variation in colored concrete can also occur if you are adding a new layer or trying to cover cracks. Even when cracking occurs outside of the control joint, we recommend avoiding adding a new layer because again, this creates a difference between the shading.

To care for your colored concrete, we recommend adding in the proper sealers at the appropriate time. Similar to stamped concrete, a clear seal should be added approximately 28 days after the initial pour. This seal can be reapplied as needed to maintain your color and hue for up to 20 years! Living in Colorado, we know that snow does occur, but de-icing salts should be avoided. Sand can be used to help create the traction you need to combat slippery surfaces. Fresh snow should be cleared as soon as possible. Concrete should be washed with a power washer and cleaned with mild detergent, as needed.

The beauty of colored concrete is its durability. With the right care and maintenance, it can maintain its shades and hues for years to come!

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