We install stamped concrete and decorative concrete in Orange County, CA as well as the cities listed below. Stamped concrete,
decorative concerete and concrete or brick pavers are a popular alternative to plain concrete. Stains are used along with decorative
textures, saw cuts and joints to create decorative concrete, and stamped concrete is done with rubber mats, creating a a pattern
of your choice to stimulate slates, stone, brick, etc.. We also can take existing plain concrete (as long as it is is structural)
and create decorative concrete by adding "saw cut" patterns and a combination of stains to create a very nice appearance. If
you would like an estimate on any concrete work, from new patios or walkways to possibly turning your plain old concrete into something
a little more decorative, call us today. We have many styles of stamped concrete and decorative patterns and colors to choose
Many of our landscape designs will specify pavers, stamped concrete or decorative concrete as an alternative
plain concrete. We also can install Aluminum (simulated wood) patio covers to existing concrete patios. They are pre-engineered
to pass City requirements for permits. Wood patio covers (we install as well) cannot be attached to an existing patio without
creating large footers for the posts. In addition to specialty concrete work, Landscape Technologies is a Landscape Contractor
that provides many other services. To see other services, please visit our homepage.
Decorative or textured
can be a nice look too!
(949)436-8676 or (909)773-8676
We install stamped concrete throughout Orange County, Los Angeles, and these Cities listed, but not limited to: Pasadena,
Sierra Madre, Arcadia, San Marino, Glendale, Irvine, Newport Beach, Lake Forest, Yorba Linda, Brea, Glendora, Claremont, Alta Loma,
Upland, La Verne, San Dimas, Diamond Bar, Walnut, Chino Hills, Foothill Ranch, Portola Hills, Coto de Caza, Lake Forest, Mission
Viejo, Tustin, Lemon Heights, Anaheim Hills, Fullerton, Placentia, Orange Couny, Los Angeles County (L.A.) San Gabriel Valley and
Parts of the Inland Empire.