Engraving a pattern into concrete creates a long-lasting, easy-to-maintain alternative to regular concrete. Concrete engraving can transforms your concrete into a work of art! Consider saw cutting a brick or flagstone pattern as a decorative border for your concrete patio. Company logos can be installed in concrete using concrete engraving and saw cuts. Adding a color or colors with stain after engraving a pattern will make your concrete design really pop.
There are unlimited patterns and stencils available for concrete engraving and saw cutting. Choose from a simple, elegant design or choose a bold, abstract pattern with free-flowing curves to create an extraordinary impression.
Stained Concrete Patio
Carol and Dan had their 450 rectangular-shaped deck taken out and replaced it with a 575 square foot, beautifully shaped, scalloped patio. The colors and design were selected to complement the shape of the patio and the colors of the brick on the house.
Engraved Garage Floor
The floor was first acid stained. Then, using a concrete saw, we cut the 1/8” inch deep circular brick into the concrete—cutting away the color and giving a grout lines. Using a template, engraving the pattern, and filling the areas with red and green self-leveling epoxy made the grapes in the center of the circular brick.
Saw Cut Concrete Floor
This concrete floor was built over plywood: metal lathe and repair mortar sbustrate, overlay, concrete dye, saw cut pattern filled with grout, sealer and wax. A beautiful one-of-a kind concrete floor.
This walkway connects the decorated driveway in front and the patio in back. The steps were stained and saw cut to complement the colors and patterns of the driveway and patio. Note the staining of the concrete window-well.
Stained Concrete Garage
This 60 year-old garage in Washington Park was used for much more than just parking cars, so the homeowners wanted to clean up the floor. Concrete stains and dyes, along with sweeping ribbons of color were used to mask years of dirt and oil stains. The walls have been dry-walled and painted and the new party room is open!
Garage with Saw Cuts
Garages are used for cars. They are also often where you will find the workshop. This workshop has a floor that is durable, easy to keep clean and attractive. The saw cuts are filled with black grout to give the floor a flat surface.
The homeowners wanted to resurface the eating area on the upper level of this beautiful home in Centennial. A stamped border was put around the outside of the deck and then the first coat of modified cement was troweled, the second coat sprayed and knocked down to give the beautiful texture. The ashlar pattern was saw cut and the project was sealed with concrete sealer and slip resistance material.
Stained Concrete Floors
This walkout basement was the perfect area to apply an acid stain. However, after the carpet and tile were pulled up, we found cracks, paint, plaster, and tack holes. This needed to be fixed prior to staining. We ground the floor, pulled a skim coat of white polymer modified cement and then stained the floor and border. The circular brick and star were cut in front of the fireplace, a saw cut was made at the border and then two coats of concrete sealer were applied.
Acid Stained Floor
This is a wonderful example of the richness and beauty of acid staining. Once stained, the floor was cut to achieve the circular brick pattern and sealed to protect the surface and give it it’s shine.
Engraved Concrete Walkway
To match the size and shape of the rock on the side of this Golden home, we took a picture of the house and made a custom template. We engraved the border using the custom template, and then colored the individual rocks.
Decorative Concrete Walkway
Decorative concrete walkways create great curb appeal! This walkway and stairs is engraved with a brick pattern on the risers and border. We used stain to achieve a brick color.
Saw Cuts and Epoxy Floor
ConAgra’s Denver flour mill needed an easy to clean floor. The existing coating was ground off, exposing some of the aggregate in the concrete floor. 3/8″ saw cuts were made and filled with safety-yellow epoxy to identify safety areas and walkways. The final step was to squeege and backroll two coats of Miracote’s water-based epoxy over the surface. Beautiful, durable and easy to clean.
Engraved Concrete Patio
We used two colors to mottle this patio in Lakewood. The tile and circular brick were cut with a concrete saw and then using a template and concrete engraver, the sunburst was engraved and colored.
Walkway with Brick Border
Decorative Front Porch
We were pleased to work again with these Arvada CO homeowners on their front porch (and driveway). The porch overlay was a gray spray-knockdown texture with an engraved brick border.
Diamond Saw Cuts
Saw Cut Concrete Entryway
Brick Pattern in Concrete
Diamond Concrete Pattern