Design Options for a Decorative Cement Walkway
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The walkway outside your home or business does more than just give people a safe path to tread – it also has an impact on the aesthetic appeal of your property. The way your property looks can affect the way people feel about your home or business, so it is important to choose your design and your materials carefully. To maximize the aesthetic appeal of your property while retaining durability and flexibility, consider a decorative cement walkway.
Decorative Cement Walkway Options
When using decorative cement, you have a nearly endless array of options. You can customize your cement walkway with a variety of materials to achieve the look of premium building materials, if you like. You can also add color and texture to your walkway by using concrete stamps and stains. After your walkway has been installed, you can then finish it with a variety of coatings to preserve the cement, to enhance its appearance, and to make it safer.
One of the most popular options for a decorative cement walkway is stamped concrete. This is simply a layer of concrete that has been imprinted or embossed with a specific texture or pattern. Stamped concrete can be used to achieve the effect of premium building materials, like natural stone, wood, or tile, without the hassle the installation of these building materials typically involves. Concrete dyes and stains are popular options for decorative cement walkways – these, too, can be customized to achieve the effect of myriad different building materials. Once you’ve installed your decorative cement walkway, you then need to finish it with a clear or colored coating to maintain durability and add nonslip safety.
Whether you are laying your decorative cement walkway yourself or hiring a cement contractor, be sure to get your materials from a reputable source. Moon Decorative offers a wide variety of decorative concrete products, including the latest stamps and stains – we also offer training courses for the DIY homeowner or business owner.
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