Pattern Imprinted Concrete involves pouring a thick layer of concrete over a sub-base. A colour is then applied followed by a colour hardener. The un-set concrete then has a patterned template applied to it to create the effect of blocks or bricks. The designs ranges are vast, and range from textured stones through to brickwork. The objective is to make the surface replicate other materials and finishes, with the added benefit of longer durability.
One of the biggest advantages of pattern imprinted concrete is the ability to cover large surface areas quickly. If you research problems with Pattern Imprinted Concrete online, you may read in places that Pattern Imprinted Concrete is prone to cracking. Unfortunately, this is true, but only if the concrete isn’t laid onto an appropriate sub-base, or anti-crack joints aren’t installed to prevent the cracking.
Pattern Imprinted Concrete is by far the most superior paving system available today, which, with minimal maintenance, will add value to your property and last a lifetime.