Decorative Concrete Surfaces takes pride in our high quality resurfacing services and stamped concrete overlays. With over 40 years of experience in Orange County, California, we can guarantee that you will only get the service you deserve. Our A+ score given by the BBB only proves that customer satisfaction is our main priority.

Stamped Concrete Vs. Stamp Overlay

Stamped Overlay – This decorative concrete application is also known as patterned, textured or imprinted overlay. This overlay is applied on existing concrete slabs to give it a renewed appearance. Without having to replace or remove the existing concrete, it is able to offer the same aesthetic benefits as stamped concrete. The main function is to update and restore concrete surfaces that have worn-out over time. It is applicable for stamp concrete patio and other surfaces like concrete driveways, walkways, pool decks, and entryways. With a wide range of installation areas, the design ideas are endless!


Concrete Stamping – Also known as stamped concrete is applied on newly poured concrete. The pattern is imprinted on the fresh concrete mix, unlike concrete overlay that needs existing concrete as a substrate to adhere to, existing slabs are removed before the application is performed.

Benefits of Stamped Overlay

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It is a combination of Portland cement, silica sand, cementitious hardeners and an adhesive. This allows you to enjoy concrete that looks like wood and other stamp patterns and designs that are similar to the texture of more expensive materials like natural stone, limestone, flagstone, wood, pavers and bricks.


It gives commercial or residential property with a pleasing, low-cost alternative to replacing your existing concrete. Using this application also means less mess, less yard repair, and less demolition. It is also used to enhance the visual appeal of your home or business and to improve the function of any surfaces.


This technique has been used by home and business owners throughout Orange County, CA. In fact, many of the area’s most well-known landmarks, hotels, and other buildings utilize concrete overlays to provide a high-class look at a cheaper price. 

The Process of Orange County Concrete Stamping Overlay

With the use of an overlay, there is no need to tear out existing concrete surfaces. Our professional stamp overlay company will simply spread it with a gauge rake then press the patterned mat to achieve the look that you want for your surface.

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When you live in California it seems it would be a shame to spend all your time indoors. It’s sunny and beautiful outside, so why not enjoy it? That’s why we’ve spent years designing, installing, and maintaining high quality concrete patios.
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A stamped overlay is a versatile application that makes a lasting impression on your surfaces. It can be used over new or old concrete surfaces and even on stucco, drywall, brick, stamp concrete patio, and many other surfaces.

Other commercial and residential areas where it is commonly installed by a stamp overlay company include concrete pool deck, concrete patios, driveways, walkways, retaining walls, hotel lobbies, entryways, airports, and restaurants.

Call a trusted stamp overlay company today to learn more about your options!

Looking for a trusted concrete contractor who can work on your concrete project? Improve your outdoor living with one call! Dial (714) 563-4141 for a free quote or send us your questions using the quote form above.

We service Huntington Beach, Fullerton, Mission Viejo, and other surrounding areas.


Ready to resurface your pool deck to say goodbye to cracks, stains, and a dangerously smooth surface? We serve the greater Orange County area with cost-effective pool deck resurfacing options. We offer everything from microtopping and coatings to concrete overlays to completely revamp your aging pool deck.
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