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San Diego Concrete Patio Projects

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

Concepts In Concrete Const. Inc.
San Diego, CA 92123

This residential backyard features a raised patio area which was stamped with an ashlar slate pattern and colored using sandstone with a terracotta antique release. The wall cap was made to match the color of the patio and stamped with a texture.


Western Floor Decorating Inc.
Escondido, CA 92029

This residential patio was given texture with a stampable overlay. The center section is micro-top surface and the outer section is a stamped overlay with brick patterning and coloring.


Masterpiece Concrete Compositions
Oceanside, CA 92054

An aged, worn look was created on this new concrete patio using multiple decorative techniques. The concrete was poured with a diamond pattern. This pattern was created with 6" bands of seeded aggregate. MCC came in after the concrete was poured and used reactive stains to add color. Concrete stains produce naturally variegated colors; however, the homeowner wanted the patio to have an even more natural and aged look. So an antiquing technique, in which acid is used to remove color at random, was used. The end result was a new, high quality patio that appeared to be old and rustic.


Concepts In Concrete Const. Inc.
San Diego, CA

This commercial walkway at Hunter Industries Facility in San Marcos, CA was a new poured concrete surface with dusted on color and stamped with Bomanite's small and large sandstone pattern.


Concepts In Concrete Const. Inc.
San Diego, CA

This residential patio and walkway were poured with integral colored added. It was finished in a sand wash finish with diagonally tooled control joints and natural stone and specialty aggregate added in-between the walkway and patio sections.


Westcoat
San Diego, CA 92102

The deck of the USS Midway had a very damaged and uneven surface. The steel deck, now used as a restaurant area, made for a very unstable surface for chairs and tables. The installation of Westcoat's epoxy slurry filler was used to level the area, then Westcoat EC-31 was applied to fill and slope additional sections. To beautify the surface, two coats of EC-95 with an iridescent metallic additive were applied, followed by acetone splashed onto the surface while still wet to achieve a unique glistening epoxy finish.

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