Millercrete - Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What are all of the services that Millercrete has to offer?
A. Millercrete offers both interior and exterior stamped concrete, which can be placed on either horizontal or
vertical surfaces. Millercrete also offers concrete countertops and overlays on existing surfaces.
Q. What is stamped concrete?
A. Stamped concrete is a new process in which a design or pattern is imprinted into newly poured concrete.
The concrete is poured in the same manner as regular concrete except a primary color is added to the mix.
A secondary color is used as an antique on top of the stamped concrete to enhance the pattern.
Patterns include wood, slate, brick & stone to name a few.
Q. What makes stamped concrete a better choice over regular concrete?
A. Stamped concrete adds a unique and personalized touch to any pool deck, walkway, or patio. Designers and
architects alike favor the natural look of patterned concrete as it adds character to any home or landscape.
Q. Does Stamped Concrete become slippery when wet?
A. Millercrete routinely seals every personalized job with an anti-skid sealer to eliminate a slippery surface.
The sealer will not change the beauty of the finished product.
Q. How often will the stamped concrete need to be resealed. Where can I purchase the sealant and approximately
how much does it cost?
A. Millercrete recommends annual resealing to maintain the quality and beauty of your stamped concrete.
Sealant can be purchased within our business at www.millercrete.com and can be easily applied with a paint roller after
being power washed. The cost may vary for the sealer, normally starting at about $150.
Q. How experienced is Millercrete?
A. Millercrete is a leader in the stamped concrete field, with projects ranging from commercial to residential.
We are proud to say that owner has over 30 years of experience in the concrete business. Millercrete knows how to
satisfy our customers. We complete our projects in a timely and cost effective manner with quality results.
Q. Is there a possibility that the concrete will crack?
A. Unfortunately, when Mother Nature moves the earth, the concrete will move along with it and this sometimes
will result in a crack. However, Millercrete takes every possible preventative measure to keep that from happening;
the ground is compacted by pounding before the concrete is poured. Re-bar and steel mesh are used to re-enforce
the concrete. Joints are cut into the concrete to provide stress relief lines for the concrete, should it happen to