Your existing concrete patio might be in good condition with no big cracks or other damage, but it still looks rather dull and boring. A plain concrete slab works well for a patio; it is a durable material and will give you years of service; unfortunately, it’s not the most aesthetically pleasing choice.
Whether we are talking about Loveland, Fort Collins, Greeley, Johnstown (where we are based out of), Berthoud, Windsor, Longmont, or pretty much anywhere in between, we love it here in Northern Colorado — a fact that makes us proud to be one of the region’s top local concrete companies along the Front Range
in lieu of describing our concrete services and service area in detail yet again (we tend to get carried away when we talk about stamped concrete, etc.), we’d like to take today’s post to briefly explain the merits of being the owner of a beautiful stamped concrete patio here in Colorado.
In today’s post, we are going to dive right into offering our readers some practical tips for choosing a concrete contractor. Perhaps you happened upon this post but don’t find yourself in Fort Collins, Greeley, Loveland, Longmont, Windsor, Johnstown, or much of the Northern Colorado Front Range.