If you’ve looked into getting a new driveway or patio, then you’ll notice that there are quite a few options to choose from when it comes to paving options. In this post, we’ll go over some of your potential concrete styling options.
Brushed concrete is a type of finish for poured concrete. After pouring, the concrete is brushed with a stiff bristled broom, which gives it a rougher surface compared to smooth finished concrete. Brushed concrete is also one of the most affordable options, so it’s a great choice if you’re on a budget.
Brushed concrete is versatile and popular choice that can be used for driveways, walkways, staircases, or patios.
Because the rough texture of brushed concrete adds more traction, it’s great for areas that are bound to get wet, such as a patio near a swimming pool. The extra traction can help prevent slips and falls.
Brushed concrete is a low maintenance option and doesn’t require regular upkeep. It can often last 30-40 years.
Concrete might seem simple at first, but there are actually a variety of choices you can make to personalize it. This can range from choosing different colors or enhancing the look with stylized applications of stones to separate slabs of concrete. Take a look at some possible style options below:
Exposed Aggregate Concrete
Exposed aggregate concrete is the universal term for concrete which incorporates natural stones, like pebbles, applied into the top layer of poured concrete. The result is a timeless look with unmatched durability. Great for surfaces that require a bit more traction as well
Brushed Concrete with Color
Add a dynamic twist to basic gray brushed concrete with integral color. You can check out the colors offered here and select the perfect brushed concrete color that will compliment the color of your home and highlight your landscape.
We hope this helped you get a better idea of what some of your concrete options are and how concrete can be used for your hardscape needs.