Maryland's Best Stamped Concrete Work

Stamped concrete is a popular option for those seeking a more decorative option than standard concrete.

This paving option is widely appreciated not only for its look, but also for its durability, versatility, and cost-effective price point, making it an ideal choice for garden paths, backyard patios, pool decks, driveways, and more. With stamped concrete, you can affordably and realistically recreate the lavish look of stone and brick pavement.

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Our vast inventory of stamped concrete designs includes a wide range of tile, brick, and stone patterns, including:

​The options don’t end there: your concrete can be colored with powdered pigment in any number of pre-mixed colors, or using a custom blend at your request. Between the wide array of patterns, colors, and finishes, we can recreate any tile or stone look you can imagine. You can even combine looks, choosing multiple patterns and colors for different areas, adding a distinct and varied look to your patio or driveway.

​We can also enhance your stamped concrete with a non-slip surface sealant, adding safety to list of stamped concrete’s advantages. Staining and painting options are also available. You’ll be enjoying the sophisticated, organic look and low maintenance of your stamped concrete pavement for decades to come.

Natural stone provides the ultimate in luxurious outdoor design, as well as offering the benefit of being environmentally friendly. The spaces between paving stones allow for water to seep into the ground naturally, helping to maintain proper water drainage.

Nothing is more beautiful than a natural stone patio, which marries your landscaping with the rugged, natural shapes and tones of nature. Additionally, stone offers a naturally durable and slip-resistant surface, and allows for the decorative option of growing moss or other attractive groundcover between the stones.

Here at MD Paving Pros, we provide a full assortment of stylish, durable stone paving styles, including:

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Stamped Concrete Costs

A small, simple stamped concrete installation will typically cost between $7 and $12 per square foot. In general, most homeowners should expect to pay between $12-23 per square foot for mid to high-range quality stamped concrete work when accounting for all additional fees including materials, sealants, cleaners and installation labor cost. In some cases, complex designs may require higher labor fees which could push total costs up even more depending on project scope.

Size of the lot is an important factor when calculating the price of a stamped concrete job. For example, larger areas tend to have lower costs per square foot than smaller areas due to the increased efficiency of labor and materials over larger spaces. The shape of a project area can also have an impact on pricing; complex shapes may need additional time and labor to complete, meaning higher costs.

In addition to size and complexity, there are other factors that affect the cost of a stamped concrete installation. The type of base material used underneath the concrete can influence how much it costs. Base materials such as gravel or crushed stone are typically less expensive than using sand or foam for leveling purposes before laying down the stamping pattern; however these options can sometimes lead to instability if not properly compacted before use. Additionally, any special tools or equipment needed for setting up the stamping process can increase costs further depending on their availability in your area. 

We offer discounts for certain types of jobs or when customers provide certain items such as reinforcing mesh themselves rather than having it supplied by our paving contractors. While discounts like these can result in significant savings in some cases, they should only be taken if you’re confident you understand all parts of what’s involved in completing your project correctly – otherwise you may end up paying more money in repairs over time.

Why Call MD Paving Pros for Your Next Stamped Concrete Project?

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We have what it takes to complete your stone or concrete paving project of any size from start to finish. Our licensed and insured contractors have years of experiential industry knowledge, and will demonstrate high quality workmanship through the entirety of your project, from concept to the finishing touches, using only the highest quality materials. Our stamped concrete and stone paving services are in Frederick, Hagerstown, Rockville, Bethesda, Germantown, Gaithersburg, Annapolis, Silver Spring, DC, Northern Virginia, and surrounding areas. ​

Utilitarian or uniquely styled, whatever your sidewalk preference, we can accommodate it. Whether you want poured asphalt or concrete, or whether you’re looking for natural stone, brick, cement pavers, or gravel, our materials are available in a multitude of designs and shapes to suit your needs. Our concrete products can be customized in a wide range of colors, finishes, and stamped patterns. We also offer tinted stains, high-quality paints, and colored sealants. No matter the pavement type, your sidewalk will be designed to reflect your chosen style and enhance your property’s appeal.

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