Pavers and Decorative Concrete
Concrete Solutions of Atlanta offers a wide range of designs, concrete finishes and masonry options.
Using pavers or decorative concrete is one of the best ways to enhance the appearance of your home
Granite is a strong durable rock consisting of quartz and feldspar. In driveways and hardscape features, it will last a lot longer than brick. It can also be cut and tumbled to look like brick. Here is an example of granite, made to look like brick, ascenting a driveway. Another popular option is cobblestone granite.
Brick and Stone
Brick and stone are always in style. Here is an example above of a brick inlay in a driveway. Brick and stone is less expensive than granite, and still gives an extra wow factor. Some of our popular stone inlays are fieldstone, flagstone, and bluestone.
Pavers come in a variety of shapes, colors, sizes, and styles. Creating the right look requires planning the installation of these units correctly. When we install pavers, we make sure that the pattern and style of the different features complement each other.
We also offer a variety of speciality finishes, such as Rock Salt, and Random Swirl. Don’t see the exact finish you are looking for? Give us a call! Chances are, we can do it.
Types of Concrete Finishings
Broom and Picture Frame Finish
This is our most common finish: broom and picture frame finish. For the broom finish, the surface texture obtained by pushing a broom over freshly placed concrete, giving the surface traction. The picture frame finish adds smooth edges and joints to the concrete project.
Concrete flatwork that is patterned with platform tools, stamping mats, or seamless texturing skins to resemble materials such as brick, slate, stone, tiles and wood planking.
Richly colored natural stones, such as basalts, granite, quarts, or limestone, used to enhance exposed aggregate concrete or decorative toppings.
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Using Concrete to Enhance Your Landscaping Architecture Design
Landscape architecture design is an art of its own; the boundless art reaches its full potential with the accompaniment and incorporation of concrete. Concrete—in landscaping—is commonly viewed as simply a necessity, but it can be used for art, too. Its versatility...
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