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Stamped Concrete Service | Bundaberg Concreters

Stamped concrete gives an elegant and aesthetically pleasing look to your home. Stamped concrete is also called patterned concrete – they usually resemble the look and texture of a natural stone. You can choose from a wide variety of colours, designs, styles, and textures.

Stamped concrete has been a popular choice for most people because it’s an affordable alternative to natural stones and is easy to maintain. 

Choosing the best design that will complement your home’s architecture is essential. There are several factors to consider, so you may need to seek a qualified professional to help you in designing your stamped concrete. Our team of concrete experts at Bundaberg Concreters are highly-qualified and skilled in installing stamped concrete. Investing in our high-quality service will save you time and money.

Call us at (07) 4243 6274


Why choose us

We only deliver high-quality concrete projects.

Experienced Concreters

We have been in the business for more than a decade and our concreters are all experienced in different facets of concrete construction.

On-Time Delivery

We value your time. Thus, before commencing with any project, we provide an honest estimate of the time it would take to finish it. We always deliver on or before our deadline.

Clean & Neat

As professional concreters, we have developed the habit of cleaning up our project areas. We will leave your property pristine and visually appealing.

Stamped Concrete Pros and Cons


  • More affordable than natural stones such as bricks or tiles
  • Slip-resistant
  • Durable and long-lasting
  • Low maintenance
  • Easy to install
  • Increases the resale value of your property
  • Increases curb appeal


  • It can be difficult to repair
  • It has an uneven surface and may be dangerous for older people and little kids
  • Prone to developing minor cracks
  • Needs occasional application of sealants

Stamped Concrete Techniques

Accumulation of Base Colour
This is the use of primary colour that is added to the stamped concrete. It brings out the natural colour of the building materials. 

Accumulation of Accent Colour
This is the use of secondary colours. It brings out the texture in the building materials. Aside from providing colour to the concrete, colour release also prevents the stamp from sticking to the concrete.

Stamping of Pattern
The stamp is designed by using metal and concrete. After applying the colour, the stamps are pushed into the coloured concrete.


Where Is Stamped Concrete Used?

Most people believe that stamped concrete is only suitable for outdoor space. In reality, stamped concrete is perfect for adding elegance and beauty to your interior space as well. 

  • Driveways
  • Pool Surrounds
  • Patios
  • Walls with upright stamped overlays
  • Bedrooms
  • Kitchens
  • Existing concrete floors
  • Bathroom 
  • Countertops

How Is Stamped Concrete Installed?

Installing stamped concrete must be carefully done. If you’re a fan of DIY projects, stamped concrete might now be the one for you. Special tools and materials are required to finish installing stamped concrete. Our concrete experts are fully equipped with the knowledge and proper training to be able to deliver high-quality work on time. 

Before starting your project, our team will help you in choosing the pattern that will best match your current landscape design and style. You will also need to choose two colours – the accent and base colours. The accent colour is added to the cement prior to mixing. 

As the concrete sets after being poured into the surface, the colour will then harden. Releasing agent is also applied to prevent the stamp from sticking to the concrete during the whole stamping process. 

The stamp will be pushed into the concrete to create the pattern. It will take 12-24 hours before it dries out. Sealing of the stamped concrete is applied. Sealants cause the stamped concrete to be slippery, we recommend adding a non-slip additive if it would be an issue.