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Inland Empire Concrete Patio Projects

Check out these great patio projects from concrete contractors in the Inland Empire. See photos of beautiful decorative concrete patios they have created. Plus, learn about how they achieve one-of-a-kind looks with concrete stamping and staining. For more information and photos, or to contact a contractor, click on the contractor's company name.

Spektrem Group
Palm Desert, CA 92211

The look of natural stone was created on this Palm Desert home's front entryway. The original patio was already starting to crack, so a product called SureSpray from SureCrete was applied over the existing slab. The overlay was hand troweled, instead of sprayed, to create a stone like texture. Next contractor joints were saw cut in organic shapes that mimic natural stone. Three shades of EcoStain, taupe, burnt crimson and safari tan, were used to create the realistic earth tones.


Surfacing Solutions
Temecula, CA 92590

2,200 square feet of concrete on the exterior patio of Old Town Coffee House in Temecula was resurfaced. The original concrete was over 30 years old, cracked and damaged. An overlay system from Concrete Solutions was applied to the existing concrete. It was then stamped with a flagstone pattern and stained. Additional color was added with a color wash. A double coat of sealer made especially for stamped concrete protects the finished patio.


R.A. Rich Concrete, Inc.
Riverside, CA 92516

This residential patio in Corona, CA features beautiful stamped concrete. The fire pit and brick strips were installed just prior to the pouring and stamping of the concrete. The concrete was poured in its natural color and then stamped with an ashlar slate pattern. A light gray release agent from Brickform was used to add a slight bit of color to the concrete.


Staintec
Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Before and after pictures illustrate how Newlook stains transformed existing concrete walkways, a patio and barbecue area. The textured and bordered concrete was plagued with oxidation and erosion leaving a pasty, mottled surface. Glen Romans of Staintec was able to recolor the areas. With the proper prep work, Roman created a porous surface and applied the well-bonding Newlook stains to the surface. The imperfections were covered, leaving a nice new surface that complemented the contemporary home. Read more about this colored concrete.

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