Stamped Concrete Overlay - The Ultra Surface Stamping System

Are the cracks and stains in your existing concrete a constant irritation? Or is your plain, flat grey slab just too dull to continue to bear? Well with the Ultra Surface ¼ “ Stamping System installed by ACP Covers, it's easy to give your unsightly concrete surfaces a complete face-lift much more economically than its removal and replacement.

The Ultra Surface ¼ “ Stamping System is the perfect canvas for replicating more expensive materials, and yet it still maintains a very authentic, natural look with greater long-term performance. It can be designed to resemble brick, stone, flagstone, tile and even wood. ACP Covers uses the Ultra Surface ¼ “ Stamping System to beautify pool decks, patios, driveways, entryways, courtyards, and pavilions.

Though cement-based overlays have been around for decades, the Ultra Surface ¼ “ Stamping System is more advanced because it blends polymer resins with cement, sand, and other additives to improve its flexibility, performance, wear-resistance, and aesthetic qualities. It adheres well to existing concrete and resists damage from salt, chemicals, UV exposure, freeze-thaw conditions, and abrasion.

The biggest challenge you’re going to have is choosing from the unlimited customization options the Ultra Surface ¼ “ Stamping System offers---it has the amazing ability to be shaped, patterned, textured and colored to achieve almost any look imaginable. ACP Covers can blend the Ultra Surface ¼ “ Stamping System with other decorative concrete elements such as acid staining, dyeing or color-release techniques along with an interchangeable stamp pattern, for instance.

Because the Ultra Surface ¼ “ Stamping System is a customized product, ACP Covers can tailor it to suit your individual design goals and budget, whether you want to achieve a natural look that blends with your hardscaping or be totally creative. At ACP Covers, we ensure a high-quality installation that will last for decades and meets your requirements for durability, appearance, maintenance, and cost.