When a garbage truck comes to your house to pick up trash, you need to provide it with good access. What is the best covering to use for the ground?

Paving stones, paving slabs, clinker, natural stone – there are plenty of finishing materials, but there is no limit to perfection, and today all these surfaces can be imitated using Concrete Imprint Driveways. This technology allows you to accurately recreate any texture, while the physical characteristics of the coating are not inferior, but in a number of points they are superior to the simulated surface.

Scope of application

This material is universal – it can be laid on various substrates, used outdoors and indoors. In the private sphere, the most common paving with printed concrete is garden paths, patios, recreation areas, blind areas, stairs, gazebos and terraces. It is practically indispensable during restoration, as it allows you to imitate all styles and materials that cannot be found today.

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The advantages of the coating include the following properties:

  • Solidity – due to the absence of adhesive seams resulting from paving with piece materials, the canvas does not require regular restoration.
  • Environmental friendliness – no matter how hackneyed this concept may be, concrete does not contain chemical components that can be released into the environment when heated, as is the case with asphalt derivatives and similar coatings.
  • Durability – monolithic fabric does not absorb moisture, therefore, does not crack when frozen, the dyes are resistant to abrasion and direct sunlight. Properly installed stamped concrete will last at least 15 years, and if cared for, even more.
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Despite some nuances, the manufacturing technology of decorative printed concrete is not particularly complicated. However, only strict adherence to work technology and high-quality materials that meet the specific application will allow you to obtain an attractive, strong and durable coating.

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