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Services Overview

Stamped Concrete

Stamped concrete is designed to look just like brick, stone, slate, tile, flagstone, or even wood! Stamped and colored concrete really adds major beauty and style to pool decks, driveways, entries, sidewalks and patios.

Concrete Patios

Your patio is your best gathering area for lounging and entertaining.  A concrete patio can give continuity to your interior and exterior living spaces. This is the best decorative floor for outdoor kitchens.

Concrete Driveways

A plain gray concrete driveway is still the most widely used for a driveway, but more Idahoans are upgrading to a decorative colored and stamped concrete driveway.

Concrete Counters

Leading the concrete craze is concrete counter tops.  Designing with concrete counter tops outdoors as well as indoors is very popular, mostly due to its easy maintenance, durability, and vast design flexibility.

Pool Decks

Decorative concrete has made it much less expensive to create a very stylish looking pool deck that can really raise the value of your home.

Concrete Walls

Decorative stamping and coloring really enhances the walls inside your home or building, a fireplace front, or an exterior privacy wall. You know the cool imagery on the concrete walls on the Interstate? We can do that on a smaller scale on your walls.


Commercial concrete is used pretty much everywhere in a building, including the walls, floors, exterior walkways and pavements, and even the architecture. Commercial concrete has greater demands placed on it in terms of structural performance and durability.

Custom Sidewalks

Your pattern options are nearly unlimited! From traditional materials such as brick, slate or flagstone, to novel patterns such as wood planking and nature-inspired botanical or wildlife motifs.

Entries & Porches

A renovated concrete porch can become part of a whole stunning entry way into your home. Whether it's a small landing, or a huge wrap-around patio with room for seating, the porch is highly visible and often overlooked as a design element.