Stenciling has the same amount of design flexibility, which is why it can be a great alternative to decorative stamping. Stenciling uses disposable paper stencils to impart brick or stone patterns in fresh concrete instead of rubber stamps. Because the stencils mask off the underlying surface, they leave behind realistic “mortar joints” the color of the gray concrete base. By applying a dry-shake color hardener to the exposed concrete before stencil removal, you’ll get the appearance of individual stones or bricks that have been mortared together. Stencils for concrete come in a wide array of patterns, ranging from running-bond brick to stone, slate and tile.
If you would like more information about stenciled concrete in West Bloomfield Township, MI, and surrounding areas please contact Mazza Company Concrete at (248) 625-3305 today!