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4 Reasons to Choose Stamped Concrete for Commercial Use

March 26th, 2015

It seems like winter was never going to end, but it looks like spring is finally here! With the return of warm weather, it’s time to start thinking about those outdoor improvement projects for your commercial space that you’ve been brainstorming up all winter.

If you’ve been thinking about adding an outdoor patio or walkway to your retail/office space, consider choosing stamped concrete for your surface’s material. Stamped concrete is the ideal hardscaping material for all of your outdoor surface needs. Learn more about using stamped concrete for a commercial space in this week’s blog!

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5 Tips for Designing an Outdoor Fireplace

March 20th, 2015

An outdoor fireplace serves as a central element of your outdoor living space. Guests will gravitate towards this space naturally, so it’s important that its designed to facilitate the congregation of people while at the same time accounting for the flow of traffic around the space. And these are just a few of the things to think about when designing this space. In this week’s blog, we’ll discuss a few tips for designing an outdoor fireplace. Don’t miss out on our recent blog that will help you make a decision when choosing between an outdoor fire pit and a fireplace.

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How to Find the Best Place for Your Outdoor Kitchen

March 12th, 2015

As the weather warms up and spring draws near, it’s time to start thinking about your next outdoor living project. Are you thinking about adding to your current outdoor living setup with an outdoor kitchen this year? One of the most important components of your outdoor kitchen is finding the right place to put it in your yard. In this week’s blog, we’ll talk about what factors you should take into consider when planning the placement of your outdoor kitchen.

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What to Use to Deice Your Stamped Concrete Walkway

March 10th, 2015

It looks like winter is taking one last shot at us this year, dumping up to a foot of snow in some parts of the Mid-Atlantic region. With what is expected to be one last winter blast, we’d like to use this opportunity to put out a PSA about what to use to deice your stamped concrete walkway. The short answer? Don’t use salt or deicing chemicals if you can help it! We’ve got all the information you need in our blog.

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What Makes Up an Outdoor Living Space?

February 26th, 2015

We know it’s still winter, but would you believe there’s less than a month until spring? This is the year to finally make good on your plans to create a complete outdoor living setup in your backyard. And it’s never too early to start planning. If you get started now, you can have your dream outdoor living setup ready to go for a long, warm summer.

To help you get started with planning, we’ve put together a short list of some of the basic components of an outdoor living space. From an outdoor fireplace to an outdoor kitchen, there’s one theme that almost all of these elements have in common: they all involve stamped concrete! Learn more below.

What Makes Up an Outdoor Living Space?

Stamped Concrete Patios and Walkways

Stamped concrete patios and walkways create a framework for your outdoor living space. Walkways direct traffic from one area of the yard to another while patios create a space for outdoor kitchens, fireplaces, pools, and spaces for eating and relaxation. Stamped concrete is an integral part of any outdoor living setup.

Cooking Area

Cooking areas can be as simple or as complex as you want them to be. If you’re a die-hard chef, you can install a full kitchen outdoors and take your culinary talents to a whole new venue. Outdoor structures such as an open-air pool house are often used to house outdoor kitchens. You can also keep it simple if you prefer. A nice permanent grill or wood-fired oven installation allows you to cook outdoors without taking up a lot of real estate. Either way, stamped concrete makes an ideal surface for any setup.

Fireplace / Fire Pit

Outdoor fireplaces / fire pits are another important part of an outdoor living setup. These serve as a space for people to congregate in the evening, and provide warmth early and late in the season when the evenings turn cool. You can read our blog on outdoor fire spaces to learn more. Stamped concrete is the perfect complement to an outdoor fireplace or fire pit.

Pool / Spa

Pools and spas are another feature commonly found in outdoor living spaces. A custom designed pool can be the centerpiece of an outdoor living space and really take it to the next level. Stamped concrete is commonly used in pool decks as a material that offers both function and form.

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To learn more about outdoor living and stamped concrete, contact Marrocco’s today! Marrocco’s Stamped Concrete is a professional stamped concrete contractor who has been helping homeowners and business owners with their hardscaping needs for more than 20 years. Follow us on our FacebookTwitter, and Google+ pages as well!

 
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