Coloured Concrete

Colored concrete, also known as decorative concrete, allows traditional grey concrete to be stained and dyed in different colors.

Concrete was colored as far back as the early 1900s and was primarily used by companies that made precast structures for building facades. Today, it can be used to create unique designs, break up large paved areas, or hide potential stains.

There are numerous reasons to use colored concrete today. Primarily used for aesthetic purposes, colored concrete is an excellent option for creating exciting designs and artistic presentations of concrete.

Colored concrete can be used to break up more significant areas of concrete. If you have a large concrete patio or long driveway, coloring all or parts of it can make it more interesting than having it be all gray.

Many people use colored concrete to replicate nature, like green turf or textured gravel paths. Matching concrete with the surrounding landscape keeps concrete discreet and can limit the gray concrete’s industrial look.

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