Concrete in Western Wisconsin and Eastern Minnesota

Offering Decorative and Traditional Concrete

Concrete crew in Western Wisconsin that will exceed your expectations with their beautiful stamped concrete driveways, patios, sidewalks, pool platforms, acid stains, micro tops, overlays, dyed, stained concrete and carved concrete! Contact us today to find out what we can do for you!

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Decorative Concrete in Western Wisconsin.

Stamping in Western Wisconsin

Interested in concrete stamping? Not sure what stamping is? Stamped concrete in Western Wisconsin is concrete that is patterned, textured, or embossed in the exact style you’re going for. Resembling brick, slate, flagstone, stone, tile, wood, or a variety of other patterns and textures. This Stamped concrete is cost effective and is commonly used to resemble a more expensive material. Common places that you may see stamped concrete is in driveways, patios, sidewalks, and pool decks.

Acid Stains

Acid stains are a type of chemical reaction used to create new earth tone colors to the concrete surface. Due to inconsistencies in the surface of the concrete, acid staining creates a variegated appearance that is unique to each slab.

Micro Tops

What is micro topping?

It is a material used for resurfacing that is incredibly thin, about as thick as a dime! These toppings are often used for decorative applications. They can be left uncolored to simulate natural gray cement for re-surfacing older or damaged concrete. However, Micro Topping can be colored with the color of your choice, therefor changing the look of your existing concrete.


Overlays is a really general term because can do a lot of different types of concrete overlays which includes customization by resurfacing. The addition of color or a revamping of the concrete as a result, will make it look new and bright.

Carved Concrete

Carved concrete looks great with any home. We’ll carve or stamp the concrete style on any wall or vertical surface that you desire therefor revamping the look.


Concrete Dyes vs stains: What is the difference?

Dyes are nonreactive and change the color of concrete by penetrating the porous surface. The concrete Dyes allow for easy penetration and color saturation. They leave less of a residue rather than stains leaving residue on the surface of the concrete. These Dyes also penetrate very quickly, which leaves little room for error during application. Stains react chemically with the calcium hydroxide in concrete. Our concrete team has extensive experience both dying and staining concrete. Ifyou are interested in these services give our expert team a call and we can bring your vision to reality.


Concrete sealing is done to protect from water penetration and to prolong the life of your concrete. Exterior concrete that is subject to freeze-thaw effect should be sealed because the expansion of frozen liquids trapped in your unsealed concrete can destroy the surface. Other chemicals that can discolor or damage your unsealed concrete includes oil, salt, fertilizer to name a few.

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