Pre-Season Savings on Stamped Concrete in 2018

Pre-Season Savings on Stamped Concrete in 2018


It’s still cold outside with threats of snow and chilling temperatures lingering week to week.  Now is the perfect time to start dreaming of warmer days.  Let’s talk swimming pools and barbecues.  Even though Spring seams so far away, it’s actually right around the corner.  Don’t wait until the weather breaks to start planning your patio or pool deck project.  Take advantage of the pre-season rates for stamped concrete work before it’s too late.


Big Decisions Need Time

Paving your driveway, walkway, patio, or pool deck with stamped concrete is no small purchase.  These projects cost a pretty penny because they do wonders to improve the appearance of your landscape and boost curb appeal.  Most home owners take the time to research companies, meet for estimates, and think through the purchase.  We like our customers well informed!  Start early so that you have plenty of time to make your decision.

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Be First in Line

Why wait until the schedule is jam-packed with booked jobs?  Once spring hits, everyone wants their patios spruced up.  With such a short season, secure your position on the schedule as soon as possible.  Instead of waiting for the jobs booked prior to yours to be finished, shoot for being one of the first projects booked.  This guarantees a priority spot on the schedule and installation come early spring.  Each warm week that passes by is another week spent waiting for your new patio.

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Big Savings on Stamped Concrete

Most home remodelers incentivize early booking with promotional rates.  Stamped concrete is no exception.  Secure your place on the schedule with a contract and deposit before March 1st and enjoy 50% OFF the cost of materials.  Avoid spending top dollar prices and busy season rates.  Take advantage of discounted pricing while it lasts.  Jut think, those savings can be used toward that new patio set you’ve been wanting.

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