Decorative Concrete


Concrete stains are one of the most affordable ways to revitalize a dull concrete slab into an aesthetically pleasing floor that resembles more expensive materials like granite, polished marble or the hand tailored look that can’t be bought off a shelf. 

Benefits of Stained Concrete:

  • UV Resistant
  • Cost-Effective
  • Low-Maintenance
  • Multiple Color Effects
  • Multiple Finish Options
  • Reduce In-Home Allergens
  • Custom Stenciling Available

How can you make the customer area in your commercial warehouse look less like a warehouse and more like a store front? Stain it, don’t cover it!

Are you a pet owner that is interested in alternative flooring options that will eliminate the majority of issues that come with your standard floor coverings including a custom floor designed to match your décor? Stain it, don’t cover it!

With our resurfacing and concrete staining process you can create an infinite array of designs, colors, and special effects, including antiqued, variegated, mottled, a consistent monochromatic color, or stenciled on both interior and exterior surfaces.

Unfortunately, a concrete stain cannot hide pre-existing cracks, flaws or blemishes in concrete. If your existing concrete slab has major cracks or spalling. RCS has options such as resurfacing your slab to provide a clean slate to apply your stain to. Give us a call to schedule a time for a free on-site consultation to determine what your options are and to answer any questions you may have. 

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Stamped Concrete

When searching for the best decorative concrete options for your home, stamped concrete offers homeowners many advantages. See why the benefits of stamped concrete outweigh that of other hardscape options like asphalt, pavers, or natural stone.

Benefits of Stamped Concrete

  • Durability
  • Low Cost
  • Fade Resistant
  • Low Maintenance
  • Increased Curb Appeal
  • Unlimited Designs and Patterns
  • Perfect for Indoors and Outdoors

Stamped concrete uses rubber stamps designed from a variety of stones to imprint the concrete to resemble natural brick, slate, cobblestone, tile, and even wood planks. Stamped concrete patterns can be applied as an overlay that goes over your existing concrete slab, or can be imprinted into freshly-poured concrete before it hardens. Stamped concrete patterns can mimic more expensive materials to enhance the look of your exterior patio, interior floors, pool deck, driveway, and walkways.

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