Concord Stamped Concrete Driveway & Patio

Check out this amazing driveway and patio transformation for a family in Concord, California.

  • Location: Concord, California
  • Project Type: Stamped Concrete Driveway & Patio

About this Project

Designing and building a new stamped concrete driveway and patio for this family in Concord, California took us only 3 weeks from start to finish.  During the project we:

  • Started with Subgrade Preparation
  • Placing the Forms
  • Installing Reinforcement
  • Screeding and Finishing the Concrete
  • Followed the Stamping Process Design


We understand you may have questions regarding our process or inquires for your next project. Our team of qualified experts are here to advise and help design your vision. Don't see your question answered here? Feel free to send us your question!

Are we a certified company?

We are a California FEMA certified Retrofitting Contractor. Developed from FEMA P-593 Seismic rehabilitation program and under current existing California building code Chapter A4.

How Are Your Sidewalks Constructed?

Sidewalks are poured in sections with expansion joints in between them. They typically are not made with rebar reinforcement but rather have an aggregate rock sub-base. Sidewalks are finished flat and can sometimes have a subtle finish to enhance grip and safety when the surface is wet.

Do I Need To Seal My New Concrete Driveway?

You should apply a high-quality sealer to all exterior concrete slabs exposed to freeze-thaw conditions. The sealer helps protect the concrete from moisture absorption, exposure to chemicals, grease and oil stains. On decorative colored concrete, a sealer will also help enhance the color. Sealer should be applied 30 days after initial concrete pour and can be reapplied every 2-4 years.

How Thick Should My Concrete Be Poured?

On average due to expansive soils the minimum thickness is 4”. Though, depending on the weight to be applied to a slab the thickness will increase.

How Long After Concrete Is Poured Can It Be Walked On?

In most general situations, the following day you can walk on the concrete without damage. However, depending on weather conditions and some other variables it can length or shorten this amount of time.