Decorative Concrete Contractor
Denali Construction Services, LLC provides several different decorative concrete techniques. The choice of technique depends on the use of the product. Decorative concrete offers a variety of colors and designs, so a customized look can be created to meet the overall look and feel you wish to achieve.
Stamped concrete is poured concrete that is molded and colored to replicate natural stone, brick, slate, as well as several other designs. This technique is ideal for new installation of patios, pool decks, sidewalks, and entryways. A variety of color options are available. Our concrete arrives from the plant already mixed with the color you have selected. We then add highlighting colors to the surface to achieve a desired look.
A decorative overlay is a system designed for placement over existing concrete and subfloors. This product can be stamped or hand carved to create a unique and custom designed pattern. It can be applied to interior living spaces over existing kitchen, bathroom, and basement floors. It is ideal for resurfacing existing exterior concrete patios, pool decks, driveways, garage floors and walkways. This product is polymer based and therefore will not break down with the use of ice melt products.
Cast in Place Overlay
Cast in place overlay is a combination of poured concrete and our overlay product. It allows us to create a customized look through the process of stamped or hand carved designs. This product is polymer based and therefore will not break down with the use of ice melt products.
A vertical overlay can be applied to an interior or exterior vertical surface. It can be stamped or hand carved to resemble stone, brick, or tile, as well as many other design possibilities. Our product can be applied to concrete, wood, sheetrock, tile, or foam. It is ideal for shower stalls, fireplace surrounds, interior or exterior foundation walls, existing block or concrete retailing walls, and much more.
Our Services include:
- Concrete Staining
- Retaining Walls
- Building with ICF’s